Madonna Masquerade Perfume by Beauty Contact, Madonna Masquerade, launched in 2010 by Beauty Contact, is a fragrance contained in the Nudes 1979 collection. This is a fruity-floral fragrance that has a subtle sweetness to it. Apricot gives it a slightly boozy quality.
Lily of the Valley presents a green, fresh floral reminiscent of spring. It combines with pink rose to add a delicate floral element to the fragrance. Apple blossoms provide a touch of sweetness to balance the verdant florals composing the other heart notes, which all rest on a base of musk. The overall effect of this perfume is green and fresh, like a garden after a light rain. This fragrance is most appropriate for daytime, and would be wonderful for spring and early summer.
The 1979 Nudes fragrances involved perfumers Arnaud Winter, Constance Georges-Picot, and Marc Blaison. The fragrances were aimed at reflecting different elements of the performer herself. This particular fragrance was one of the most successful of the series.