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Opus Oils Starlet Perfume Review

Opus Oils Starlet perfume review

Starlet is a spicy, orange blossom and rose long-wearing perfume in the Opus Oils Burlesque Collection. When I wear Starlet, I feel like an Old Hollywood starlet. Well, I feel that way every day, but you get what I’m saying 🙂 . This juice has a classic vibe.

Starlet is beautiful. It opens with green roses and tangy orange blossom water. It’s really a starlet. It’s glamorous in a classic way. With a little more time, the roses become powdery, more feminine. Orange florals are still there. On me, Starlet begins to develop past the powdery and into spice. It’s noticeably nutmeg. I get a carnation like spiciness from Starlet too. This adds to the old-fashioned glamor. Starlet is not a shy spicy floral.

1930's Bette Davis

Starlet is a perfume for people that respect old, classic perfumes. Sniffing Starlet is like sniffing an old, unlabeled perfume resting on an antique waterfall dresser. The thick, oily juice is dark amber. You sniff it and you see the powdered faces of 1930’s Hollywood icons like Bette Davis and Katharine Hepburn. Starlet is glamorous in that Old Hollywood way that so many of us love.

Notes listed include Turkish rose, Bulgarian rose, Egyptian orange blossom, orange blossom water, neroli, cocoa and nutmeg.

Many sizes are available. The 1/2 ounce Starlet parfum retails for $55 at Opus Oils.

*Disclaimer – A sample was provided by Opus Oils. I am not financially compensated for this review or any others. My opinions are my own.
Product pic from Opus Oils. Bette Davis is from www.fanpix.net.

10 thoughts on “Opus Oils Starlet Perfume Review

    1. I haven’t tried many. If I come across something that I’d think you’d like then I will let you know.

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