Tuberose Diabolique Perfume Oil by Ava Luxe

Hello Fragrant Fumies,

As spring hits the Northern Hemisphere properly I thought it time to look at one of my personal favourite tuberose fragrances. I have drained a bottle of the parfum and now I’m wearing the oil.

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The Ava Luxe website has this to say:
A French legend of tuberose warns young girls not to breathe in its intoxicating fragrance after dark for fear that it would put them in an amorous mood. we, on the other hand, would encourage you to wear this tuberose fragrance after dark (or anytime) with wild abandon.

Tuberose Diabolique Perfume Oil by Ava Luxe

Tuberose Diabolique by Serena Ava Franco

Photo Stolen Fragrantica

Fragrantica gives these featured accords:
Indian tuberose, wild gardenia, Egyptian tuberose, amber, spice, white carnation, bitter orange

Tuberose Diabolique opens with a lush tropical miasma so thick and treacle-ish that you feel like you must wade through the scent to get across the room. In the oil I find a muted, softer scent. The projection is much less pronounced but the silage is still excelent. Here we have a greener tuberose with little of the parfums outrageous overbearing demeanor. Don’t misunderstand me, you are still extremely fragrant and into its heart the whole fragrance warms and does become bequiling. A buttery green-ness very like having a vase of tuberose slowly dying in your home, the heady and wondrous death of tuberose. GORGEOUS!

I get a lovely helping of amber but the crispness of carnation and the sizzle of citrus and spice are blended beyond my ability to really smell them other than by note list reading.

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Spraying Tuberose Diabolique is making a statement. Though the oil is not as enormous as the parfum it is still big and heady. If you need something to help you take charge, or to fuddle the oppositions brains, then I think this could be the necessary fragrance for you. Should you wish to take an hour out of your life I suggest rubbing a fair amount into your chest and arms, grab yourself a cuppa, put some music on and let yourself go. Completely and utterly lose yourself in a sensual sense overload that is completely and utterly selfish.

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Where would Tuberose Diabolique be wearable? Outdoor activities, shopping, cleaning, bed if you’re lucky enough to have one to yourself or if you are after raunchy sex acts, washing day, al fresco dinning, the beach, anywhere that you are not enclosed for the first hour.

Do I like Tuberose Diabolique in the oil form? YES!!!

The Ava Luxe site has 5ml Perfume Oil $25 & 5ml Parfum Extrait $27.

Do you have an oil that you also have in another form? Which do you wear most?
Till tomorrow we wish you enough wealth, good health and enough sense to be happy with those 2.
Love.
Portia xx

10 comments on “Tuberose Diabolique Perfume Oil by Ava Luxe

  1. willa says:

    It’s like the ghost of Versace Blonde.

    • australianperfumejunkies says:

      HA! Maybe it is.
      Willa, the EdT is HUGE for this. Much larger than the oil. I think I’ll order some more and we can spritz.
      Portia xx

  2. shmuli Cohen says:

    I have TF Oud Wood in perfume and Sarrati Tom Wood, almost exact oil copy. I layer the two which Lars most of the day. Love oils. Actually love perfumes too!

    • australianperfumejunkies says:

      Hey Schmuli,
      Nice to see you.
      Those Sarrati frags can be quite good. Sounds like a killer combo.
      Portia xx

  3. Erica Golding says:

    Buying this one blind now thanks to you! I was getting Vanilla Musk anyway 😉 Thank you for this awesome review!! xoxo

    • australianperfumejunkies says:

      Hey there Erica,
      Blind buying is naughty.
      You’re pretty safe with this one though if you like tuberose. It’s not nearly as diabolique as its parfum sister.
      Portia xx

  4. Kandice says:

    Portia, have you tried the extrait as well? If I could only get one of the three, which would you recommend? I love tuberose so would really like to give this a try.

    • australianperfumejunkies says:

      Yes, the extrait is best. Put it in an atomiser and blow yourself away Kandice.
      FABULOUS!
      Portia xx

  5. Sun Mi says:

    Well I loooove tuberose, so maybe I’ll give this one a try some time. I don’t deal well with really strong scents though – oil sounds like a winner!
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  6. Trésor says:

    Oh, Portia! This sounds absolutely divine! Must acquire immediately, you know how I am with tuberose.

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