Someday By Justin Bieber

When I first saw that Justin Bieber is coming out with a new fragrance for women, I imagined that it would be in the categories of soft floral since the bottle top is a bouquet of hearts in the shape of a blossoming rose. For those who are romantic at heart, there is a special feature on the bottle worth mentioning. On one of the heart petals, there is an ornamental crystal key and heart attached to the petal. Girls, that is the key to Justin’s heart! =p This piece is removable, and you can attach it to your cellphones or your bags as a charm. On a side note, the bottle’s usability design is kind of strange. When you take the lid off to spray the perfume, one might expect that the entire section of the heart blossom would be part of the bottle cap (like Marc Jacob’s Lola), but instead you will find that the bottom layer of the heart petal is attached to the bottle, with the spray nozzle standing short in the middle of the heart petal.

After I finally got to smell the perfume in store today, I was surprised to find fresh and playful notes of fruits in the fragrance, adding a flirtatious twist to what I had imagined – a classic soft floral scent with a blend of roses.

Specifically, Someday has top notes of mandarin, pear and berries, while the middle and base notes of white floral, vanilla and soft musk adds sweetness and depth to the fragrance.

In order to be fresh and non-overpowering, most fruity floral based scents are made in Eau de Toilette, such as Philosophy’s Grace series of fragrances. Someday, on the other hand, is an Eau de Parfum.  This means the fragrance has a higher concentration than Eau de Toilette and in turn will last longer on your skin.

If you wear Coach Poppy, DKNY’s apples, Ed Hardy’s Hearts and Daggers, or Juicy Couture’s Viva La Juicy, you will find Someday a pleasant fragrance.

Here is a commercial on Someday.

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Categories: Fragrance, Women's Fragrance

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