Marc Jacobs Daisy DreaM
It is difficult to refuse the energy of Marc Jacobs' popular scent, Daisy. Since its start the wispy flowery has discovered many supporters and has become a best seller, thanks in part to the super-adorable vinyl flowers. It's spawned a family & most of Jacobs' scents since have attempted to recapture the magic of the original, producing a family group of juices that were airy and vinyl clad bottles.
Marc Jacobs is found the most recent instalment in the Daisy story, the languid-sounding 'Daisy Dream'.
Top: Grapefruit Blackberry and Pear
Heart: Lychee, Jasmine and Blue Wisteria
Foundation: Musks White Woods and Coconut Water
Does it Smell?
Daisy Dream starts with many fresh fruit - the sweet, pale tones as well as fuzzed blackberries come together to present a dewy and light feel than fizzes that floats. There is a subtlety as well as a naturalness to the fruity notes which is rarely found in scents like this, making for an ethereal and breezy matter that's a bit of comparison bashful from being rather delightful.
The foundation is dull and soft, much such as the remaining scent. It shows a generic cocktail of patchouli and musks which is sadly rather dull. The creaminess carries through but softens into a fine milkiness which is not unlike an unscented sunblock in feel. It is one and a shame can not help but believe that a finely mossy chypre foundation could have made for something unusual, intriguing and full of comparing nuances.
Daisy Dream is among the scents whom I file under' uninteresting although fine'. There's completely nothing wrong it does smell quite nice and it with, yet it does not present any new thoughts, nor does it feel completely pleasing. It's possible to walk into any department store and discover ten other scents enjoy it, a few will be performed and much more amazing (YSL's In Love Again springs).