Daylily by House of Matriarch
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Daylily is a perfume by House of Matriarch for women and men and was released in 2019. The longevity is above-average. It is still in production.
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Christi Meshell

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9.0 | 2 Ratings
Submitted by Ravenous, last update on 09.11.2020.
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3.5
Scent
8
Longevity
5
Sillage
8
Bottle
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Floral inertia
Oh, dear, I must admit, floral scents have a very difficult time with me. No, I'm far from being a sea of flowers romantic, perfumes of this kind literally kill me. The floral accents have to be very moderate and less strong in the top note, at best with other stronger base notes, so that I can tolerate them in my microcosm at all.

Unfortunately, Daylily belongs to the genus of floral scents, which, due to its rather strong floral note(s), leaves me hardly any room to breathe, although it is not as sweet in the opening as I feared before. Quite the opposite - as expressive and lifelike as the base note of the eponymous flower is, the earthy basic components that are so characteristic for the house can also be found here (mossy, humid, boggy), which is quite beneficial for Daylily. Nevertheless I find it rather monotonous when viewed as a whole. His bouquet is not very excitingly realized, since the basic DNA of the house is well known and as a result has lost so much of its *uniqueness*. On the other hand, Daylily convinces with its naturalness; at least this is what sets it apart from the cheaper representatives of its guild from the drugstore chains; because here, the flower stems were processed together with the soil. For the experienced olfactorists out there, this will most likely not be enough reason to buy, the performance is too straightforward and unspectacular, especially in view of the proud mL price
I also think it is a bold step to list it as unisex on parfumo, even if it shows a certain heaviness and profundity here and there. But: I alone lack the belief that I can really wear it as a man. At least I can't think of a suitable occasion. No, in my eyes it is not unisex and if at all suitable for women's evening wear, and even here it may not really please me! To be honest, I don't want to share and enjoy it with myself or anyone else, no matter how good it may seem in its implementation
I can't call likable(r) alternatives big, I don't know enough about the floral (niche) world. That the HoM offers interesting floral alternatives was proven in the past with Forbidden, which offered a much more exciting play of aromas.

Much more spectacular is the durability, because it's really something special: Daylily lasts a good 7-9 hours on my skin. This should be mentioned at this point in praise.

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