Inspired by Kilian Paris Killing Me Slowly.
It’s one thing to recreate a perfume, and it’s another thing to recreate an expensive and discontinued perfume that was exclusively made for a different country’s market. This Russian exclusive was released on Valentine’s Day of 2014, and the original bottle is fashioned around a modern Faberge egg. The fragrance is called Killing Me Slowly, and it’s an intoxicating blend of lychee, aldehydes, buchu, rose, iris, vanilla, and heliotrope. The vanilla is smooth and silky while the lychee is fruity and flirtatious. This fragrance is a unique floral aldehyde that will stop you dead in your tracks. This lethal perfume is called Killing Me Slowly, and our inspired expression is called Slow Kill. The combination of rose and buchu is sensual and romantic. Aldehydes enchant us with their sparkling appeal, and the iris is smooth and illustrious. Slow Kill is sure to breathe life into your olfactory wardrobe despite its name. If you’re looking for the ultimate perfume thrill, try Slow Kill!
CLASSIFICATION: Floral Aldehyde
NOTES: Black Currant, Lychee, Aldehydes, Buchu, Rose, Hawthorne, Heliotrope, Iris, and Vanilla.
CONCENTRATION: Extrait de Parfum
30 ML (1 FL.OZ)