Review on the Marc Jacobs Daisy Eau de Toilette Spray as seen with Jessica.
geekwang – At first, I didn’t realize that Marc Jacobs also released such a good perfume until I got my first Marc Jacobs’ perfume, Daisy Eau de Toilette Spray. I had this as a gift at Valentine’s Day and perhaps it will also be a great choice for your next Valentine’s Day. Well, when I found out about its prince I thought it’s little bit expensive.
In my mind, this perfume’s absolutely adorable. First, when I looked at its bottle, I thought it’s very feminine, eye-catching, elegant-gold-writings and even more beautiful with two daisies on its cap. The bottle had two versions, 50ml and 100ml (mine’s 50ml – it appeared so cute). It’s lightweight so I simply used it anywhere. By its look, it got my attention. Its roller-ball is nice and easy to use. When I roll it on some places (like behind the two ears, neck, arms), the smell’s really strong at first and fading out about four hours after that. Important to note, the smell was good but accidentally this didn’t stay the whole day so if I wanted to, I had to re-spray.
About the scent, just like the title “daisy”, it’s sweet, kind of fruity and flowery (little bit of citrus scent), it’s also fresh and light so you can use it daily and comfortably. Since I’m not a fan of overpowering perfumes, this Marc Jacobs Daisy Eau de Toilette Spray is one of my favorites. My younger sister (who is a teenager) likes it, and as a growing-up girl, I like it more.
cream – This by far out of all the perfumes I have encountered yet is my favorite perfume next to Chanel No.5. It is feminine, fresh and youthful and makes you feel if you just walked through a garden of wild flowers during summer time. I find that it is a very likeable scent and most of my friends who all have different preferences in perfume can agree equally that it is one of their favored scents. However, if you are looking for something different and striving for a “unique scent” then this perfume is not for you.
Daisy includes notes of wild strawberry, violet leaves, red grapefruit, gardenia, violet, jasmine, musk, vanilla and white woods.