TokyoMilk Make Me Blush

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Make Me Blush is a unisex floral fragrance that launched in 2021 and was created by Margot Elena. It features flirtatious notes of sun-warmed magnolia and honeysuckle mingled with lush blooming jasmine in this sensuously sugared floral. Make Me Blush features notes of magnolia, honeysuckle, jasmine vine and bourbon. It is a parfum. 


Fragrantica: I really enjoy this. As someone else said, it smells familiar to something that I’ve smelled before… possibly even something that I have, but I cannot place it. My favorite note in Make Me Blush is the Bourbon, then the magnolia. I can see myself wearing this all year round. It’s a scent that makes me feel happy, and lovely, and sexy at the same time. Definitely a surprise !

Fragrantica: It smells like something I've definitely smelled before but I can't really recall what it is, it's very like... La vie est Belle/black opium type style or something? Doesn't smell like those but it's kind of a heavier scent like them, like thick and sweet I guess? It's not a booze bomb either, it's well blended and you don't smell like someone accidentally spilled a drink on you lol. This doesn't smell super floral to me but the florals do round it out very well. I think if you like floral gourmand-ish scents you'd like this. I really wish I could describe it better or pull the notes out better because I was personally frustrated there were so few reviews on this line and I was hoping to be more helpful lol (but actually both the reviews below are pretty spot on about this perfume and give great insight, so much so that there isnt much else to say about this!)

Fragrantica: I tested this on myself today and had to leave a review after finding a lot of similarities with Nest Golden Nectar, a scent I really enjoy! After spraying it on myself and waiting for the dry-down, I almost thought it was a perfect clone (although Nest would technically be the clone). Now that I've had a chance to test them side-by-side, I see the differences. The note that I was getting here that reminded me so much of Golden Nectar is that slightly waxy, makeup note on top of the florals. But it's much gentler here, and it's balanced out by the smoky bourbon. Golden Nectar has none of that earthy smokiness, and it has a brighter "candy" note that some people dislike. I was surprised by how much I enjoyed this scent. The creamy florals have taken on a quieter, seductive earthy note as the day has gone on. I'm still getting that little bit of wax though (just the tiniest bit), and gosh I love it.

Fragrantica: This beauty is much more likely to make everyone around her blush. Opens slow and sexy–understated creamy white florals take an hour to fully bloom in personal space, leaving long honey trails behind as they grow. Underneath, a few inches above the skin, a touch of charred whiskey barrel grounds the lushness of the flowers, keeping them earthy and seductive. (The bourbon notes are well done–smoky oak caramel with a hit of vanilla spice–that stay dry and thankfully don’t turn into teenage praline on the bottom.)
(Our queen finds getting carded tedious–no one would mistake her for an underage girl.) Lasts only half the day–through afternoon on cuffs, and into the evening in the hair–but the opening comes in so easy, a later spray seems like a continuation rather than a refresh. My favorite TokyoMilk out of the newest batch, and might be the best since Honey & the Moon.
There’s an enticing maturity to it that I really appreciate, as if the cottage-core princess grew up and got provocative.