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Papillon Salome

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Papillon Salome was created by Papillon Artisan Perfumes in fall 2015. The brand was launched in 2011 and finally made its way to the shops in the U.S. in 2014.  An artisanal perfume company, they handcraft in small batches from the finest raw materials. Papillon Salome was created by Liz Moores and has notes of bitter orange, jasmine, carnation, rose, Africa stone, oak moss and styrax.  This is a rich, pungent fragrance that lasted on me through a shower. Inspired by Salome of Dance of the Seven Veils Biblical fame, it is intended to be seductive, irrational and beautiful. And it is.  This is the EDP, eau de parfum.

Papillon Salome was nominated for a 2016 Art and Olfaction Award in the Artisan Category.

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  • Catherine - 14th Jan 2021

    5
    2pm on a Summer Day

    I was so glad I decided to try Salome! I first discovered this scent while researching the skanky side of the perfume world. If you don’t know, skankiness is not an insult and does not refer to the 1980s version of the term. Skank is a slightly dirty smell—like body odor or pee or a barn. It is often disguised with more appealing notes but it is still there, sparking the reptile brain into a combination of repulsion and desire. Enter Salome. The first notes I get are full-on barnyard but in the most beautiful way. Think hay warmed by an afternoon sun with a sweet pinch of urine thrown into the mix. It may be offensive to some, but blended with all the warm sunshine that takes over the scent, I melt. Slightly powdery (never dry), I smell vanilla, hay, jasmine, buttery gold (it’s the way I can think to describe it!), and smooth anamalics. The sillage is wonderful on my skin, staying with me for hours on the drydown. The drydown is similarly warm, with the same notes present minus all that brightness. It becomes warmer, more comforting, and more intimate. Thanks to this little sample, I know Salome will be a staple in my fragrance line up. This is a perfect perfume for testing, as I am sure it won’t be for everyone, but it is so complex and cozy it’s certainly worth a sniff!

  • Unknown - 2nd Feb 2019

    3
    Can't Describe it

    I think it's kind of earthy. It seems to be quite strong and long-lasting. I prefer a more floral perfume, but I'm sure many people would love this

4 Reviews

  • Catherine - 14th Jan 2021

    5
    2pm on a Summer Day

    I was so glad I decided to try Salome! I first discovered this scent while researching the skanky side of the perfume world. If you don’t know, skankiness is not an insult and does not refer to the 1980s version of the term. Skank is a slightly dirty smell—like body odor or pee or a barn. It is often disguised with more appealing notes but it is still there, sparking the reptile brain into a combination of repulsion and desire. Enter Salome. The first notes I get are full-on barnyard but in the most beautiful way. Think hay warmed by an afternoon sun with a sweet pinch of urine thrown into the mix. It may be offensive to some, but blended with all the warm sunshine that takes over the scent, I melt. Slightly powdery (never dry), I smell vanilla, hay, jasmine, buttery gold (it’s the way I can think to describe it!), and smooth anamalics. The sillage is wonderful on my skin, staying with me for hours on the drydown. The drydown is similarly warm, with the same notes present minus all that brightness. It becomes warmer, more comforting, and more intimate. Thanks to this little sample, I know Salome will be a staple in my fragrance line up. This is a perfect perfume for testing, as I am sure it won’t be for everyone, but it is so complex and cozy it’s certainly worth a sniff!

  • Unknown - 2nd Feb 2019

    3
    Can't Describe it

    I think it's kind of earthy. It seems to be quite strong and long-lasting. I prefer a more floral perfume, but I'm sure many people would love this

  • Elaine - 29th Feb 2016

    5
    Salome

    It's hard to put my finger on it, since each time I wear it the aroma is different. Today the initial note is a green floral, but quickly changed to a beautiful woodsy, incensy, oudy with a floral heart. JUST LOVELY!

  • Unknown - 9th Oct 2015

    5
    Decadent Anamalic!

    If you take the best, most amazing-smelling parts of vintage Cuir de Russie, Tabac Blond, and Muscs Koublai Khan, you might begin to have something that approaches Salome. This is a dark, witchy, sex-pot of a fragrance that smells deeply leathery, smokey, spicy, animalic, and most of all...SEXY. It's a gorgeous, dark-night-in-the-forest scent that keeps me smelling myself all evening long. I seriously can't imagine a fragrance that could top this one for complexity and sheer sensual beauty. Wow...a conjurer's scent for sure!

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