Reviews and Problems with Marc Jacobs Daisy Eau So Fresh
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28 December 2012
Summary: I really like this, wish I had a spritz on bottle instead of my small splash on. I prefer this to Daisy EDP. It smells younger and fresher in comparison.. Normally intense florals usually aren't up my alley, but this works really well with my body chemistry, and the bottle is so elegant!
Summary: Eau So Fresh, but Eau So Fleeting. This is a beautiful scent, very reminiscent of the original Daisy but lighter and fresher. Bright, happy florals and light musk. I love Daisy but it can be a bit cloying if you apply too much or when amplified by warm weather. Eau So Fresh solves this problem a little too well. The scent is so light that it just seems to dissolve into thin air. Even applied very liberally, the lasting power is zero.
Summary: I got this product as a sample and I loved it (and still do). It smells wonderful, light, and fresh. But a little too light for me; it lasts maybe a couple of hours and even when I first apply it, it isn't easy to smell. While being too light is definitely better than being too strong, I would prefer it last long and be (a little) stronger.
Summary: the original daisy is 'my scent', i've been wearing it since it first came out. when i saw they were doing another version i knew i had to try it. i feel like i'm alone on this one, but eau so fresh smells repulsive to me. which sucks because it is probably the cutest perfume bottle. i get that it is supposed to be light, and 'fresh' but all i smell is dirt. like when you're putting mulch down and planting flowers.
Summary: I was pleasantly surprised when I tried this today. Initially it smelled like violets however once it dried down the scent turned into a soft playful raspberry punch. What is more, the scent is a bit similar to my juices and berries leave-in hair conditioner by Oyin Handmade which smells incredible. Hence, the two scents blend so well together along with my origins Ginger soufle body cream. I bought the 125ml bottle btw.
Summary: This is a nice soft summer scent, the bottle is really cute, the only problem is the scent does not last. I am tired of paying all this money for perfumes and the scent is gone in a couple of hours. Maybe I should have tried the original Daisy. After I used this up I'm going back to Ralph Lauren's Blue.
Summary: I really do prefer this to the original, it is sweet and fruity almost like the old school herbal essences shampoo but there is one sour note on my skin in the base which will keep me from buying this. Do try it though as it would be a lovely option for spring and summer.
Summary: It's everything a nice scent should be; feminine, pretty, delicate, summery - it's nice. However, maybe that's the problem. It's just "eau so predictable" - there's no 'je ne sais quoi' about it. There's nothing that makes it unique or special. It's just nice in a predictably nice way. It's not the kind of fragrance which would have me curious and pique my interest despite it's pretty essence.