Oh no – fresh! was my immediate response to learning about this fragrance.
The top notes smell EXACTLY like Blendi toothpaste, a vile pink children’s toothpaste I had as a child. They do not just remind me, they are exactly replicated in the top of Daisy Eau so fresh, I am telling you!
I, personally, will leave it there.
The drydown is – how shall I put it? – also there, it exists. A little clean musk, there is not much more to say.
Blendi and clean, soapy, inconsequential white musk.
Notes proclaim to be: grapefruit, green notes, raspberry, pear, jasmine, rose, violet, litchi, apple blossom, musk, virginia cedar and plum.
We so needed that. There is a definite market gap that needed to be filled.
We can rest assured now, Marc Jacobs has us covered.
Over and out.
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