Thursday, April 9, 2015

Review - Haus of Gloi Honeybelle perfume oil

Seasonal releases from Haus of Gloi are becoming a larger and larger affair, so I decided to bite the bullet and order a full size of a scent that sounded good from the description - Honeybelle! It's arrived and it's time to review, so that you can decide whether or not you'd like to grab it while there's still a chance!

Haus of Gloi Honeybelle perfume oil

Honeybelle's description lists the notes as "A blooming orange orchard, orange blossom honey, soft white tea and creamy white amber." Opening the bottle, I am immediately punched in the face with a fist of amber. Solid, clear amber. No blooming orange blossoms, no soft white tea, no creamy amber note - just hard, clear amber. I checked the label to ensure it said Honeybelle, checked the website to make sure I ordered the right thing, and opened the bottle again - just more amber.

I dabbed the tiniest bit onto my skin and rubbed it in and let it dry to see if I got any more notes out of it. The drydown scent is that of the perfume aisle at Walmart - cheap perfumes mixed with that of old ladies and more amber. I took a shower.

  • Amber note is present.
  • All other notes were absent.
Haus of Gloi Honeybelle perfume oil - $15.00 for 5 mL
Review - 0/5

Perfume oils work differently for different people due to skin chemistry. This is my experience with this perfume oil, which may differ for you!


  1. This has to be one of the best reviews ever, I lol'd :D