TokyoMilk Waltz Parfum is a clean and fresh floral that is perfect for spring.
At first spritz it is both energetic and sweet. It smells slightly like raw honey, but not in a sickly sweet or sticky way. It really balances the green and floral notes. What stands out the most in this stage is the linden. It smells like linden honey. The heart is like linden, lime and a bouquet of roses. Then it’s wisteria (which I love in perfumery). This wisteria reminds me of white flowers and kiwi fruit. It dries down to flowers and white musk.
The bottle looks like all the other TokyoMilk fragrances with it’s simple glass bottle. The sticker has a lovely black and white evening ball print on it. It is is beautiful complete with the heady chandelier. It really completes the fragrance since the fragrance really reminds me of a Fragonard painting with its flirtiness and feminine charm. The fragrance wears for many hours. I wore it to Pike Place in Seattle, one of the stinkiness places in the universe due to fish markets, tourists, and bohemian BO, and I could still smell myself. And so could others. I managed to smell like a spring/summer breeze.
It can be found on Amazon for about $20.
*Product purchased by me. Product pic from Beautyhabit. Post contains an affiliate link. Thanks!
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