With this perfume I expect above all entertainment.
I have to laugh as I read the scents, "Cupcake"...
When spraying on the first impression is first of all a strongly synthetic one. So much sweetness can't be natural. The fragrance begins really ultra sweet. I feel reminded of Dr.Oetker powder to mix with raspberry cream cream when you smell directly at the powder where the artificial flavors have not yet been diluted to the whole cream. Also a distinct butter aroma.
Kiwi & the slowly emerging Jasmin harmonize well with each other, I like this note isolated.
From time to time a light adhesive plaster impression mixes with the sweets and cream pot.
The kiwi makes off again after a quarter of an hour and there remains jasmine, a lot of jasmine and a lot of synthetic sweetness. The fragrance warms in a sensual direction, the cupcake note dilutes to a general impression of very strong sweetness.
"Fantasy" fits, yes, but more like Princess Lillifee or My Little Pony.
The image in my mind's eye:
A fairy in pink and purple speckled glitter blossom dress floats ethereally over the moss floor towards a large colourful mushroom, which has been hollowed out inside and fitted with door and windows. He's got a chimney too, with pink and blue smoke popping out of it. It's the bakery, the magical I-love-you-my-little-sweetheart-you-are-so-precious-pretty-darling-Cupcakery. The fairy, her name is Rosalia, floats through the entrance. Inside, other fairies and their cartoon-like, incredibly cute sidekicks, all of which have wings and glitter in pastel colours, are busy working on all kinds of magical pastries. Rosalia grabs a cupcake with kiwi cream cream and licks the cream, mmmh, ups, has smeared some cream on her nose, clumsy Rosalia. She floats into the adjoining greenhouse, where jasmine bushes stand, absolutely EVERYWHERE. Rosalia smiles enraptured, she sneezes, a cloud of fairy dust explodes around her. Clumsy little Rosalia.