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Elizabeth Arden Red Door Revealed - Eau De Parfum 100mls.
Elizabeth Arden Red Door Perfume has been around for over 20 years and is used by women all over the world - it is one of Elizabeth Arden's best selling fragrances.
Elizabeth Arden Red Door Revealed was created in 2003. It comes in packaging very similar to Red Door only instead of the red packaging used for Red Door, Red Door Revealed is packaged in pink.
It is available in 50ml and 100ml sizes and can be purchased at all Elizabeth Arden Cosmetic Counters Worldwide.
50mls costs around £19.99 and 100mls costs £34.99 - I have seen it sold a lot cheaper at Cheapsmells. They charge £14.99 for 50mls and £19.99 for 100mls - this is much cheaper and it still comes fully boxed and sealed. Just the same way you would get it if you purchased it at Elizabeth Arden Cosmetic Counters.
Elizabeth Arden Red Door is an anytime classic fragrance - Red Door Revealed is really more of a fresher summery fragrance and for this reason I have never worn it in winter - the fragrance is just a bit too light.
The fragrance has an inviting blend of sweet fruits and florals, with lower notes of moss, woods and amber. The fragrance is quite long lasting but as I said before it works better for me in summer. It's a lovely fragrance to take on holiday because it's not quite as strong as Red Door and with a 100ml bottle you can just reapply on a regular basis.
It's refreshing and floral and will see you through the summer - worth a try if you like florals and also it is very well priced for Elizabeth Arden Eau de Parfum.
The famous Red Door from Elizabeth Arden becomes pink. It opens and inside awaits a tender mixture of orchid, it reminds you of something. Those are the magical Red Door orchids, but this one is different, pink. This scent embodies femininity, tenderness and fragileness for a romantic and emotional woman. The composition starts with the accords of green orchid, pink peony and pear, continues through the heart of tiara flowers, yellow champaca, plum, Casablanca lily, Bulgarian rose and orange blossom, to the base of oakmoss, black amber, musk and Guaiac tree. Red Door Revealed was launched in 2003. The nose behind this fragrance is Laurent Bruyere.