Scent of the Day: Beyonce Heat Wild Orchid Perfume Review

Beyonce Heat Wild Orchid Perfume Review

Our scent of the day is a sweet and sensational creation by Beyonce, released in 2014. This is a flanker of the original Heat, with more focus on the butterfly orchid (Beyonce’s favorite flower). Orchid is featured in many of Beyonce’s fragrances, but it stands out in this one the most, hence the name. It isn’t as “wild” as we’d expect, and is actually quiet tame when it comes to sillage. It is a fruity blast coconut, boysenberry, and pomegranate at first spray, although, this smoothes out into a creamy sensual fragrance with a floral heart. The heart has notes of magnolia, orchid, and honeysuckle. The final product of this fragrance is warm and close to the skin with amber, musk and white woods.

Beyonce’s Heat Wild Orchid is a pleasant everyday scent that is versatile and works in typically any season. It is cozy, soft and feminine that can be worn by a wide age range. After the sweet-fruity beginning wears off, this could be a great scent for the office and casual daytime wear. This is a scent that will last around 4-5 hours, so if you plan on a long day then we suggest carry a travel spray for reapplication.

Samples start at $1.99

Beyonce Heat Wild Orchid


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