Love Kills by Masque Milano Perfume. A simply divine, sweetly oriental fragrance with subtly seductive undertones, Love Kills is an entrancing rose
composition illuminated by hints of spice and amber. The opening is an effusive, fresh floral blend of heady Turkish rose oil and rose petals brightened by crisp, lemony nuances of African geranium and musky tones of ambrette. Rose persists and deepens at the heart, joined by earthy, enveloping patchouli. Harmonizing wood notes of cedar merge with
amber and musk in the base, leaving a softly magnetic trail of alluring femininity.
This spicy floral fragrance was designed by Caroline Dumur and first introduced by Italian perfume house Masque Milano in 2019. The luxe label was founded in 2012 in Milan by Alessandro Brun and Riccardo Tedeschi. Other popular floral compositions by the house include the yellow floral scent Romanza (2015), the woody floral L’Attesa (2016), the smoky white floral Luci ed Ombre (2013) and the musky rose Dolceacqua (2012).