My DKNY Be Delicious Fresh Blossom perfume is declining fast after more than a year usage. So when I was holidaying in South Korea recently, I knew this would be a good chance to grab a new perfume at the airport.
Having tried Marc Jacobs miniature fragrances which I bought from Shanghai just last year, I knew which fragrance I wanted to buy next. It’s Marc Jacobs Daisy. Unfortunately Daisy is a EDT (eau de toilette), it’s not long-lasting compared to perfume… haiii too bad.
Anyway while I was checking out Daisy at Incheon airport shop, the sale lady told me the large size bottle is a perfume and I actually believed her. Also the fragrance were on sale and I was in a hurry (almost boarding time). So I bought the fragrance happily without checking what’s written on it. It’s not until I reached Malaysia and read the box… BANG! BANG! It said EDT!!!!! #&$@%^!!!! Ahh serve me right for not checking properly and believing that sale lady.
I can’t remember the actual price of Daisy but at the website it’s priced at US$75 for 3.4oz (100ml). I bought Daisy at Lotte Duty Free shop at US$59. That’s US$16 savings (~RM48 savings).
I love musky woody smell and Daisy is all this and more. It’s feminine and mysterious too. It’s the kind of scent I like and that’s one of the reason why I bought it. Of course the packaging and cute flowery bottle are the other factors.
Now what I don’t like about Daisy is that the scent dissipate faster than I can eat a whole burger. Its lasting power is basically sub par. What a shame for a scent this good.