Snapshot Review: Honey by Marc Jacobs

I love trying new scents and usually go for quite girly ones that are sweet and florally. This Marc Jacobs Honey perfume is unlike any I have ever tried before, as it is quite a mature scent yet it is surprisingly fresh. I think this would make for a fab summer perfume as it is both light and bright.IMG_2097

They say:

Honey by Marc Jacobs is a sunny delicious floral – energetic and alluring, with a sparkling, golden touch. The perfect mix of brightness and warmth.

The fragrance energizes with the freshness of green pear brightened with a splash of fruity punch and juicy mandarin. At the heart of the fragrance is orange blossom, a note of sparkling femininity that mingles with nectars of honeysuckle and peach. Honey, vanilla and smooth woods dry down to a warm, golden base.

Fragrance Notes

Top Notes: Pear, Juicy Mandarin

Heart Notes: Orange Blossom, Peach Nectar, Apricot, Honeysuckle

Base Notes: Honey, Golden Vanilla, Smooth Woods
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I say: 
This is a beautiful scent, that is a lovely mix of honey and vanilla. It is unlike the usual perfumes I go for but it is beautifully fresh and unique. It is super refreshing and reminds me of summer, which is always a good thing. Like all Marc Jacobs perfumes the packaging is my favourite thing about this bottle, it is too cute, with the gorgeous 3d pearl butterflies and big white spots, I just love it and it makes for such a pretty ornament on any makeup table. 
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Verdict:
I prefer a much sweeter floral scent but for those days when you don’t want anything too sweet or sickly this is prefect. It will be one I will use much more in the summer as it is light and fresh.
 
Have you tried this one before? 
 
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