Birthday Cake is a nice scent that says:I 've arrived you can start the Birthday Party now.Demeters fragrance has nice quality than the price(between 20/30 dollars)with interesting names just like this one.Birthday Cake is a lovely sweet gourmand perfume.it's the type of smell that makes you want to cuddle and breathe each other in.Casual,Creamy, Girlish,Yummy,Linear,Joyful,Playful and Warm.
The scent is full of delicious ingredients like chocolate,cream and cupcake that being the most prominent notes with a hint of floral that reminds me of a creamy cake than a perfume!if you love to wear these type of scents you can not go wrong with this perfume it's a good starter perfume for young girls.this smell like a birthday party.Great for all seasons except summer day's.
Longevity?Weak on my skin.
I guess I was searching for that scent of a birthday itself, rather than just the cake. Demeter pretty much smells like what is written on the bottle.
My birthday cakes are usually vanilla with strawberry or chocolate icing. This cake is chocolate with caramel flavoured cream.
The scent is not bad, perhaps a little sickeningly sweet when you first apply, but when it softens, the scent is pleasing.
I actually wanted a scent of waxy candles and the scent of sugared smoke to complete my birthday wish. Unfortunately Demeter's Birthday Cake is all about chocolate cake and not much else.
It can be a little coconutty at times which throws me off the chocolate track for awhile, however it doesn't last long. The scent doesn't last either, but I must point out that it is in cologne concentration anyway.
Sweet, buttery, and it smells like chocolate. The chocolate part is okay because my mother would make the kind of cake we kids wanted on our birthdays… I always choose angel food cake with the chocolate whipped cream frosting (except those one or two times I chose carrot cake). The buttery part doesn’t fit in very well with my memory, and in the end this makes me think of “cake,” not birthday cake, but I guess that I can handle that. Hmmm… I can still hear them singing: “Happy birthday dear foetidus, happy birthday to you…”