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.

Pros:
  • Amber note is present.
Cons:
  • 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!

2 comments:

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

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