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Kiss Me Klimt Ballistic

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Lush England only

(DC'ed 2001) (fresh, powdery floral)







Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Perfume, Ylang Ylang Oil, Rose Absolute, Mica & Colours 77891 & 77491.


Lush.a.Lot's Review: This is one of three in Mo Constantine's "Artitst's series" of ballistics which include; "Kiss Me Klimt", "Monet's Garden", "Bon Bain Bonnard", and the more current "Still Life" ballistic. This is a light colored ballistic with a dusting of gold sparkly powder on one side...sooo pretty. It's scent is a powdery ylang ylang-ish floral with a fresher floral top note. It reminds me of today's "Softy" ballistic a little bit but Kiss Me Klimt doesn't have as much rose nor orange as Softy. Inside Kiss Me Klimt is a representation (rice paper flower) of Painter Gustav Klimt's floral design. These ballistic are prettiest smelling when as fresh as possible, it's like a cloud of fresh air. Ohhh....


Lush Times descrption: From the love islands of the South Seas, from fragrant rose gardens where lovers do roam, have we picked blooms and distilled their very essence for Kiss Me Klimt. Ever so carefully have we cupped them, formed them and dusted them with an angel's breath of gleaming gold. Exotic ylang ylang has a sweet, floral fragrance and since time immemorial the flowers have been scattered on the bride and groom's bed on their wedding night in Indonesia. Roses were originally brought to Europe by the Ottomans, where they scattered the petals in their harems. Enrich your bathing and see the surface of the water shimmer gently with a hint of gold. Kiss Me Klimt is a symbol of true passion for your chosen one. (Ooh errr missus!)

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