Soap and Glory • Mist You Madly • Fragrances
|Would buy this product again.||71%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Medium Brown Hair: Brunette, Medium Eyes: Brown
Lovely fragrance! It is a body mist but it smells amazing! Like sweet flowers! Will buy again!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Black
I got this in a set along with the body scrub,shower cream,body butter and a shower puff.All the products are scented with the Mist You Madly scent as stated on the packaging. My thoughts on this body spray? It smells really masculine which is kind of odd as the bottle indicated that its '' flirty floral''. With that being said,i think its pretty unique and i quite like it. Quite refreshing actually. Will i buy it again? Maybe..i have yet to try out the other body sprays from S&G. :-)
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Tan Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
Love the smell of this body spray. And lets get that one clear this product is definitely a body spray and not a perfume or a deodorant. It is ideal for use after washing and lasts a very long time.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
It sounds like I'm the minority for actually loving this fragrance. The box says the notes consist of bergamot, freesia, vanilla, magnolia and musk.
I love the bergamot/vanilla combo because it creates a warm and dreamy mood for me. Being a fragrance mist, I don't find it too overpowering for work or bed. The one thing I don't like is the packaging. I find the bottle design extremely juvenile. I generally love Soap & Glory's package designs for its pretty vintage feel, but strictly speaking in terms of package design, this bottle is flimsy plastic which collapses on itself when I try to hold and press down on the nozzle with one hand. Let me make myself clear, I may play piano, but I should not fear crushing my mist bottle every time I go to use it. I think the plastic is far too thin which reminds me a lot of water bottles. The shape of the bottle looks attractive to me, but the pink pearl finish of it some how screams 12 years old to me. Considering that it costs $18 at the drugstore, i expected the bottle container to be a lot sturdier.
Mist You Madly does in my opinion emit a flirtation vibe, but not overtly flirtatious--it's more of a coy flirt, something mysteriously beautiful and leaves one wanting to learn more about it.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Wavy Eyes: Brown
I have the 100ml version, the smell is nice. I can't describe it. But I prefer Glam-a-Lot to this!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Green
I got this as part of the huge big splendour case at Xmas, I use this pretty much everynight as I don't like to wear perfume to bed, so I use this after a shower, it has a lovely scent to it and is light enough to wear to bed!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
Sweet, floral, girly, spray that has the lasting powers of some of my more insipid EDTs. Smells like sweet, musky flowers and my favourite of the Soap and Glory scents!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Oily, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
For my birthday my friend got me the gift set with girligo, glam-a-lot and mist you madly. I am so so so so pleased she got me these! I love the moisturizing spray it smells really sweet and i love both the mist you madly and glam-a-lot sprays! I will definiftely buy mist you madly again as that is by far my favourite of them all!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Tan Hair: Brown Eyes: Black
I was bought the Daily Smooth body butter, and I was caught between 2 body mists..
the Mist You Madly, and the Girligo.
Honestly, I really should've gotten the Girligo.
I already knew the smell of that one from a previous trip, and I have never smelled the Mist you Madly..
that is, until I bought it today.
I kinda like it, and I kinda don't like it.
To me, It's a pretty damn sketchy perfume.
My mom, my sister and myself can't even decide if we like it or not!
I think it depends on your mood, i guess.
you can like it one minute, and hate it the next.
To sum it up, I do like it..would i buy it again? no..
It doesn't really smell like the rest of the soap and glory products.
it smells a little more musky than it should be.
ah, well..what can you do..
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
I carry this bottle around in my handbag as it's great to wear during the day. The plastic bottle is a great idea as it's not going to smash in your bag or weigh you down.
However for a scent in a plastic bottle it smells amazing - like other soap and glory products - with an old fashioned, sweet and sexy smell to it. Whenever I would spray this at school people would ask what it was and where I got it because it's so different to scents that are popular at the moment.
If you've never tried these before look for the gift set in Boots (UK) with the three 100ml versions of Mist You Madly, GirlGo and Glam-a-Lot (also gorgeous!)
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Warm Hair: Blond, Kinky, Medium Eyes: Blue
When I was growing up, in the UK, we all scented ourselves with aerosol ĎImpulseí sprays. This was in the early nineties. It was pre-Angel, and I canít remember fragrances being as sweet as teen picks now, and they were more powdery, denser, with a hangover of 80s heaviness to them. We donít have Victoriaís Secret or Bath and Body Works here, much to my frustration, so I canít compare Mist You Madly with those popular brands. Itís a lot nicer than Impulse sprays, but unlike the fruity effervescence favoured by Ralph Lauren, Harajuku Lovers, Paris Hilton and Escada, this body spray does have a certain old-school thickness to it that equally annoys and pleases me. Contrary to the notes listed (bergamot, freesia, blackcurrant, magnolia, vanilla, musk) this doesnít smell fruity to me. If I could guess the notes, I would suggest caramel, bergamot, amber, vanilla, praline, lavender, and most prominently, nutmeg. Itís fairly masculine, and if it wasnít packaged in pink I might suggest it to male friends, because itís rather in keeping with the new trend for male gourmands Ė Paco Rabanneís 1 Million, or Ghost. On the female side of things, it could be linked to Chopard Wish and Carolina Herrera 212 Sexy, though itís fuzzier and softer than those. I have recently realised there is a core to this scent reminiscent of Dior Dune, which I suppose is one thing that makes it feel a bit dated. You do have to use your imagination to make these connections, though.
At first spray, Mist You Madly is rather alcohol infused, but it settles to be incredibly tenacious Ė far more like a perfume. There is a bad breath warmth that hangs around for the first few minutes, which wonít endear people to it. Itís rather nice as it settles, and I have layered it with other fragrances. There is something quite glamorous about Mist You Madly, but I donít know whether thatís a brand thing, rather than the scent.
It's worth me mentioning that the Soap and Glory site lists ingredients on it, and those on the Mist You Madly page are different to those on my bottle - with parfum being the first on the site but the third on my bottle. I'm not sure if this is about reformulation, or deceit.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I'm usually more of a vanilla-based girl, but I bought this because 1) I wanted a change of pace and 2) It was pretty cheap. It's kinda heavy, you just need to lightly mist in the air and step through. In the beginning it smells super heavy, but after a little bit it's pretty nice, and I've actually gotten compliments on it from people who have expensive taste (which is good, cuz I have champagne taste...but a beer budget :( ) Overall, it's worth a try, but don't be expecting something amazing.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Fair, Cool Hair: Brown, Curly, Medium Eyes: Blue
So gross. I don't smell any floral scent, all I noticed was a dank and musky smell.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Hazel
I don't really "get" the scent of this stuff. It says on the package it is a feminine floral - there is nothing remotely floral about this fragrance. It is a heavy, alcoholic musk scent with a baby oil note lurking around in the mix. When you first spray it, it is truly overwhelming - very hairspray smelling (but like old Aquanet style hairspray not a newer, fresher type of scent) ... it dries down quickly to the aforementioned musky scent (w/ a hint of baby oil). Not really feminine at all in my opinion - very heavy - even slightly masculine - and not fresh at all. Reminds me of some cheap, heavy-scented drugstore body splash a lady in the 1950's would have worn... I only give it a 2 and not a 1 because I suppose its not the most repulsive perfume I've ever smelt (I'll leave that to the most urinal jasmines...)