Unlisted Brand • Betsey Johnson Too Too • Fragrances
|Would buy this product again.||50%|
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Oily, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
Rose & Patchouli in a feminine, youthful scent. I love it. It's not as strong as TM's Angel. The bottle is super cute, too!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Medium Hair: Red Eyes: Brown
This is great if you like rose scents. It isn't fruity at all. It just smells like stale rose perfume and gives me an awful headache.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair, Cool Hair: Red, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
Betsey Johnson's Too Too Eau de Parfum is inspired by her "love of dance and her passion for flirty fashion. Too Too is a fun, fresh perfume targeting the 'it girl', who is youthful and effervescent.". I received a 2ml sample of Too Too in a swap with my friend Mariah, who got the sample in her Birchbox. Too Too is available for sale in three sizes; a .3oz Rollerball ($18), 1fl oz Fragrance Spray ($42), and 1.7fl oz Fragrance Spray ($62). Betsey Johnson perfumes can be bought through the brand's website, Betsey Johnson boutiques, Sephora, and select department stores. Betsey Johnson does not test on animals. This fragrance was made in America.
Too Too Eau de Parfum has beautiful packaging, even the sample. The sample is great, it comes in an itsy bitsy spray bottle, as opposed to those terrible little vials! The sample comes in a floral and zebra print cardboard envelope with a caricature of the perfume bottle on the front. The back of the envelope offers a short description of the fragrance, ingredients, and a little bit of company info. The actual perfume bottle is really unique, it looks like a dress and even has a meshy fishnet material covering the bottom of the bottle. The bottle was inspired by an ornament that Betsey found as a child and represents her "childhood dreams and fashion ambitions". The packaging is playful but still luxurious, the story behind it is cute too.
My sample of Betsey Johnson's Too Too is very small, but I've got a ton of use from ti! There was about a week when I wore Too Too exclusively. I also wore it on and off for the last couple months, and I still have about a quarter left. I think that should give testament to the quality of Betsey Johnson's perfumes. As much as I hate to splurge on expensive products, I really think designer and prestige perfumes are the way to go. Their depth and lasting power is almost always far superior to cheaper fragrances. Anyway, what good is a review of Too Too if you don't know what it smells like.
Betsey Johnson's Too Too is essentially floral. I would venture as far as calling it a powdery floral. Thus fragrance is described as a "vibrant scent comprised of sweet passion fruit, sparkling mandarin, ginger and strawberry leaves spun together with an underlying delicate pink musk that suggests femininity and warmth. To round it out, jasmine, Bulgarian rose, patchouli, sandalwood, and vanilla add just the right touch of radiance." Betsey says that Too Too "conveys the free spirit of today's sexy, modern girl who is playful, cool, and flirtatious." Oh Betsey, don't flatter me! You didn't have to create a whole scent inspired by me. (lulz) Too Too is quite strong initially, but it dries down to a very soft scent that stays close to the skin. Too Too, to me, smells mostly of a sweet, slightly musky mix of jasmine and rose with a hint of a vanilla, sandalwood, and mandarin blend that you catch right at the end of a whiff. Too Too is warm, but still girly and young. I feel like this isn't the most unique scent though. Like, from what I know about Betsey Johnson, she's kinda out there, but Too Too definitely isn't. I feel like Too Too is the kind of scent that Victoria's Secret could make. I wish it had a bit more complexity.
Betsey Johnson's Too Too Eau de Parfum is a nice, feminine, softly floral scent. I really enjoy wearing this fragrance, which is unusual for me, I'm not typically into floral scents. Too Too is expensive, but it's on the more affordable end for a designer perfume. The wear time is better than what I'm used to. The packaging is intricate and pretty, definitely something you'd expect from this brand, but you're definitely paying for packaging. Take a whiff of Betsey Johnson's Too Too on your next trip to Sephora. It's not the most interesting scent you'll find there, but it's pleasant. I might buy the somewhat reasonably priced rollerball in the future.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Oily, Fair, Neutral Hair: Red, Straight, Medium Eyes: Blue
Wasn't expecting such low reviews. I love this! I found about this perfume pretty soon after the release, I admire Betsey's designs so it isn't suprising I find the bottle absolutely adorable! The smell is amazing, very distinctive and unique. Never smelt anything quite like this, it is a bit strong but I'm the kind of person to not mind that. I actually received a sample of this from Sephora and fell in love! I also have the rollerball for easy touchups during the day and the product dispenses wonderfully. No regrets at all!
Age: 44-55 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I absolutely love this fragrance. I knew I loved it right away, it is very unique and just smells like me. It is fairly long lasting too which is unusual with today's perfumes. I recommend you try it if you like something different. The packaging is cute, but when you put on the lid it sprays the perfume which is annoying, hence 4 stars. Love love love.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brown, Curly, Coarse Eyes: Brown
Cute package...that's the only redeeming quality. This has barely any lasting power, and what lasts is a powdery floral scent- not the sophisticated kind of say, Chloe, but just a strange one. Out of the bottle it smells okay, it packs a punch of many different scents that seem to flow well enough but they disappear quickly and turn chalk-like. Definitely wouldn't recommend for my age range (19-24). I was expecting something more rebellious from Betsey; I thought it was at first but it quickly faded and I certainly wouldn't purchase this.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
A light, floral scent. Feels betters suited for "mature" person. A little too old for me, I like more citrusy scent.I find that it lasts a few hours, which is a good thing as I'm not crazy about the scent.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Medium Brown, Warm Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
Meh. Nothing special about this scent. Sephora describes the bouquet as Juicy Passion Fruit, Pink Musk, Ginger, Mara Strawberry, Tuberose, Jasmine, Oud Wood, Patchouli, Black Vanilla.
I hate the whole "Tutu" idea because nothing about this fragrance evokes ballet or dance nor does the scent mirror the edgy aesthetic of Betsey. I don't detect any of the warm sensual notes, just the generic fruity body splash scent. If you are a lover of gourmand fragrances, don't bother with this. On my skin, this quickly takes on a sharp chemical smell. I was hoping for an Escada-type perfume but this was a miss.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair, Cool Hair: Brown, Curly, Coarse Eyes: Hazel
Got a sample of this in a swap recently and I really like it. It reminds me of something a teenager might wear, but with a little more "adult" mixed in.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal, Tan, Warm Hair: Brown, Kinky, Fine Eyes: Brown
I don't know how to describe fragrances, I'll be honest. But I know I like this one. I spritzed it on my wrist about 5-6 hrs ago and it's still with me, though not strong, and I LIKE what I smell here. Kinda shocked I actually like it -- and I don't tend to like what I spritz a while later. I may have to get a bona fide sample. It's a little pedestrian, like I've smelled it before, but it doesn't hit any notes I *don't* like, which surprises me.
I apologize - can't describe fragrances well, but I dig this.