It's an "upside-down" fragrance in the sense that most perfumes open with their prettiest notes and then end with a relatively generic bottom accord, usually some variation on musk or sandalwood. Purr has a really nice caramel and sweet patchouli dry down that fans of Angel will adore, but to get there, you have to sit through a bunch of fruity opening notes. Purr faded on me after about two hours, which means it's probably better as a scent sprayed on your hairbrush, since the oils on your scalp will help it last longer.
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Given these two facts, then, it's not surprising that this just-released image of the bottle looks like a mash-up of early Egyptian statuettes of the cat-headed goddess Bast and Eartha Kitt's original Catwoman costume. I like the curvilinear quality of the cat's head and the rhinestone eyes, although it's not exactly a step away from the total campiness of her ads. Does this bottle make you want to nose out Purr even more, or are you allergic to this much feline symbolism?