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I received this Morgan perfume as a gift. It's a very cute little perfume bottle and is definitely targeted at the young/early teens market. It costs around £8, though I unsure if it is still available.
The bottle itself is curvy and quite flat. It features a small butterfly image with a diamanté adorned at the centre of the butterfly. The glass is of an ombre appearance, a gradients from clear to deep pink. I like this colour system as its rare to see such a type of glass.
The spray top is a simple push down procedure. The entire top of the bottle accommodates the spray. It is if a similar pink to the bottle and blends quite seamlessly. The top is plastic.
The one word that jumps out when smelling this perfume is 'sweet'. It's a flirty mix of candy, fruits and florals. Any women over the age of 18 will probably find this scent too girly and suitable toward early teens than themselves. It is not for a mature palette. However, I like the scent, despite not wanting to wear it, and have actually even using the scent sparingly as a room spray.
The perfume is of quite low quality and does not last on the skin for very long. It is nice whilst it lasts though.
I received Morgan Love perfume a few years ago as a gift from my sister.
The fragrance was first released back in 2004.
~ Appearance ~
The perfume comes in a pink glass bottle, which is curvy and resembles a woman's body. The bottle has a light pink coloured butterfly towards the bottom of the front of the bottle.
The top of the bottle is made from plastic and you simply press down on the top of the bottle and the perfume is released from a little nozzle at the front of the bottle.
I think the bottle is nice enough, but it is nothing too special and it seems to be aimed at a younger target market - younger women and teens.
It is quite handy that the bottle does not have a lid because you don't have the opportunity to lose it and it is less fiddly as well.
~ Price ~
The perfume retails at around £20.00 for a 60ml bottle, which is pretty cheap for a perfume, but this does seem to be aimed at younger women and teenagers.
~ Scent ~
The perfume is very sweet.
It combines top notes of orange, pink pepper, mandarin orange, green apple and raspberry, heart notes of tiare flower, gardenia, jasmine, lily-of-the-valley, rose and red apple and base notes of sandalwood, musk and cherry.
I find the perfume very fresh and fruity. Raspberry is the first scent I can detect in it and it does have a light floral edge to it as well. It is a nice perfume.
I think it would be best suited to younger women and teenagers due to how light and sweet it is.
It is definitely a perfume that I would choose for day time wear, rather than for nights out or special occasions as it is light and I tend to wear something a bit heavier when I am going out.
I have found this perfume to be long lasting, still evident around 8 hours after application.
It is a nice scent and although it is very sweet, it is not sickly at all and I have never found it overpowering even when I have sprayed it a few times.
~ Conclusion ~
I think this is a nice perfume. It is fresh, fruity, sweet and light and I have been impressed with its longevity.
The bottle is nice enough, but it is nothing too special and I think both the bottle and the scent seem to be aimed at younger women.
My bottle is almost empty now and although I like the scent and I have enjoyed using this perfume, I do not plan on replacing this perfume once I have finished it because I think it is aimed at younger women and I couldn't justify paying £20.00 for a bottle of this as it is a bit of an inbetweener perfume. It is cheap for a perfume, but it is not the cheapest as a perfume aimed at the younger women or teens.
This was given to me as a leaving present at the end of a contract and if the quality of this fragrance is a reflection of how much they thought of my performance then I guess I will not be getting another gig with them as I'm not very impressed with this rather cheap smelling perfume. Checking out the internet the 60ml bottle that I have costs £16.99 so it is certainly at teh cheap end of the spectrum price wise and the smell inside the bottle reflects that.
For me this is the sort of fragrance that you get a teenager who is just starting to use perfume and just wants to smell different and get noticed. The bottle is a simple curved design with a butterfly image on it, it has a blended pinky red colour to it which fades as you get near the top where the bottle is clear and the dispensing nozzle is located within a cheap looking plastic lid. It is a very basic design and not very appealing. It did come in a pink coloured box which is nice enough looking.
This is a very fruity fragrance and also it is heavy with musk and dsandalwood, the top notes are supposed to be raspberry and orange however it is a rather generic, sweet fruity smell that I detected and then the sandalwood and musk really kick in and dominate. This bought back memories of scents that I used in my teens before a school disco and now that I have grown up I did not find the scent of this perfume very inviting.
It is a very strong scent and it seemed to linger quite a bit in the air, it lasts on the skin reasonably well but for me it is rather an immature fragrance and not one that I would recommend. After a couple of uses this was consigned to the bin as it was not a product I woulod be comfortable passing on to a friend.
==Morgan Love De Toi Eau De Toilette Spray==
I am a bit of a lover of different sorts of perfumes and I always make sure I have a fair few on the go at the same time so that I don't get bored of one particular fragrance and doing it this way means that they all seem to last a good deal longer too.
This Morgan Love is not an overly expensive perfume and for that reason in my local Boots is can be found on the shelf rather than locked away behind the glass doors. The price for a 35 ml bottle is £15.31 p which is not dirt cheap but it is far cheaper than a lot of the celebrity and branded perfumes that Boots stock.
The only reason I was drawn to this bottle of perfume is that I had never tried it before and was keen to see what it smelt like. There were no testers in Boots and I hadn't previously smelt it so I was going for a bit of a gamble when I popped the box into my bag. The product design was another reason I picked it up as the bright pink box with a butterfly motif did seem to catch my eye too.
Inside the outer cardboard box the glass perfume bottle is too of a nice bright pink colour with the jewelled butterfly on the front. The shape of the bottle is hourglass slightly which means that it is easy to hold and stands up well on my dresser. There is no lid to remove from the bottle as the spray is made into the top part of the lid and this means there is no messing around and the spray is easy to use quickly.
I wasn't really expecting much from this perfume because it was relatively cheap and I had never heard about it before but I must say I really was pleasantly surprised. When using I found that pressing once on the bottle top gives quite a good amount of the perfume sprayed out and really two at the most three sprays are needed for a good strong coverage. The smell at first is strong and this only slightly calms down in the preceding few hours.
The smell is really very feminine but rather more on the young girl side of things and I did worry at 28 if this scent was a little too girly for me. However I have been using it for a good while and have gotten slightly used to the young freshness and I have only ever had comments that I smell nice so perhaps no-one else though it was a to younger scent for me or they just didn't like to say.
The smell of the perfume itself is really very delicious as the fresh and fruitiness makes it good enough to eat! It has a light aroma that once the first couple of sprays have initially died away leaves a fresh and sensual smell on the skin and clothes. The apple and raspberry are easily recognisable scents from this perfume and combined with these in the top notes are pink pepper and mandarin orange. The less noticeable aspect of the perfume are perhaps the middle notes which seem to be too quickly replaced by the base notes but these middle notes consist of Rose, jasmine and lily of the valley.
The base notes are what gives this perfume its longevity throughout the day and I although slightly deeper than the rest of the perfume it still manages to keep a light and uplifting aroma to it. The sandalwood and musk are clearly there but the morello cherry gives it the depth whilst also keeping a sweet and aromatic fragrance that seems to keep it from turning too musky.
I was surprised at how much I did actually like this perfume even if it may have been a tad young for me. The fact that it is light, fresh and fruity make it perfect to wear in the daytime or in the summer. It has a juiciness about it that is really appealing and does make you want to wear it more often. The fragrance doesn't last all day but compared to a lot of other relatively cheap perfumes it makes a really good effort to last most of the day and for the price and the size of the bottle I can't really complain about that.
I think all told I would be more than happy to buy this particular fragrance again. You get a nice amount of the product for your money and it is perfect for these long sunny days to make you smell sensual, girly and juicy all at the same time.
I think a top score of 5 out of 5 stars and a high recommendation is well in order.
I do hope that this has been of some help/interest to you
Many thanks for taking the time to read.
I was bought this Eau De Toilette as a Christmas present a few years ago, and since then have bought it twice more for myself. In fact, this has become something of a signature scent for me during the summer months.
It is a lovely, flirty, fun and youthful fragrance, perfect for lazing away on a balmy summer's day. It's fruity tones make it a perfect spring/summer fragrance and the fact that it is quite light means that it can be used as an every day scent, whilst it is potent enough to remain with you all day and pick up compliments from others.
The bottle reflects the nature of the scent, with it's youthful, girly pink colouring. And the enjewelled butterfly makes it an attractive enough bottle to display on one's dressing table. As well as being aesthtically pleasing, this bottle owns some good ergonomic properties, with the curved bottle making it comfortable to hold whilst spraying accurately in the intended area.
On the downside, this is probably not the best fragrance if you are after sophistication, as mentioned earlier, the scent screams carefree girlishness, perhaps not suited to the more mature lady. :-)
Morgan Love De Toi is just one of many fragrances that Morgan have available, and this particular perfume was one I received as a Christmas gift the year before last.
*****What does it look like?*****
There's really no doubting what gender this fragrance was designed for - the bottle just screams 'feminine'. It's pretty looking, the glass goes from clear at the top and then blends into a tinted pink colour towards the base.
The top of the bottle, where you actually spray the scent from, comes in a lovely shade of pink, and the look is completed on the front with a light pink butterfly image that's got a fake, sparkly bit of diamante for a body. I've got the 60ml variety, which stands at 10cm tall and just under 7cm wide, so it's really not too bulky.
*****What does it smell like?*****
The notes for Morgan Love De Toi are as follows...
Top notes: Pink Pepper, Mandarin Orange, Raspberry and Green Apple.
Heart notes: Rose, Lily-Of-The-Valley, Jasmine, Tiara Flower and Grenadine.
Base notes: Sandalwood, Musk and Morello Cherry.
Similar to the bottle it comes in, the fragrance is very girly. It's quite a sweet smell, and applied too vigorously then I reckon it might come across as being too sickly sweet for my liking. Having said that, I think it's a decent Summer scent and would most probably wear it for the warmer months.
I feel the product is slightly let down by the less than amazing staying power it has. As nice as the fragrance is, I don't think it lasts for very long once applied, and you may find yourself having to re-apply in a way which you wouldn't say if you were using a better perfume.
*****What's the cost like?*****
The best price I've seen it online would be from The Perfume Shop, where you can purchase a 35ml bottle of the stuff for £7.49.
To conclude, I would rate this fragrance at a 3/5, given the fact that it doesn't last for as long as I'd like and it has the potential to be quite a sickly sweet scent.
This is a Perfume that I used years ago, and forgot all about it until I was stocking up on a few Perfumes recently and came across this again. Even though I forgot all about it, I remember that I really liked it, so a bit unsure how I forgot about it in the first place, but I bought it again anyway and hoped that I would like it as much as I used to.
I bought the 60ml bottle of this for £9.99. I saw online on the same site that this has a recommended retail price of £22.50, which I suppose could be right. Not sure if this is available in different sized bottles. 60ml seems a bit of an odd size, but nevermind.
The box and bottle for this is nice enough. Nothing all that special, but it is bright, colourful and just sort of fun looking. The box is quite a bright red-PINK colour and has the branding is quite large writing and a stencil of a Butterfly on the front. The bottle is quite a nice shape. That bit different than other bottles. This is wider at the top and bottom and it gets thinner at the middle. The lid is a large red-PINK lid, and there is red-PINK going from the middle of the bottle to the bottom, the top half of the bottle is clear glass. Not all that fancy or expensive looking, but nice. I think this is probably more aimed at the older teenage market, but I wear what ever Perfume.
So what does this smell like? This has notes of the Original scent through it, but there is more fruity and a few lighter scents through it. Some of the notes are Pear, Raspberry, Orange, Jasmine, Lily of the Valley, Rose, Cherry and Sandalwood. I don't like Lily of the Valley and Gardenia, but you can't smell these in here. It's a nice mix of White florals, Musky, and fruits in here.
It doesn't last all that long scent wise, and would say that I couldn't smell this at all after 4 hours. I don't mind so much reapplying this when it is cheaper, but if I was paying more for it then I wouldn't want it to wear off so quick.
A nice light and fruity scent which is that bit nicer than the original.