Artist’s Entrance Perfume OilOut of Stock
Last winter, Lilith performed with her chorus at Walt Disney Concert Hall, and seeing her on stage there was one of the most extraordinary moments of my life. The whole concert was glorious – a powerfully moving, uplifting winter choral ensemble.
Of course, Lilith dabbed during the encore.
A soft amber glow illuminating beams of Douglas fir and Alaskan yellow cedar, polished with rosin and warm with leather and burnished steel.
Fighter Perfume OilSelect Options
Leather, musk, blood, and steel.
Mage Perfume OilSelect Options
All mystique and thrumming power: gurjum balsam, Sumatran dragon’s blood resin, olibanum, galangal, oleo gum resin, and frankincense.
Nymphae Avernales Perfume OilOut of Stock
One of my favorite looks from Lilith’s horror catalogue. The scent of steel pins plunging into crystalline sugar and a spatter of black cherry cordial.
Reminiscent of Wires Perfume OilAdd to cart
This scent is.. uh… reminiscent of wires? My impression of what it would be like to recollect fond memories of wires? Evocative of wires?
Pondering the wires of old: threads of copper, aluminum, steel, and silver, a bit of industrial lubricant, and frayed plastic.
skekUng the Garthim Master Perfume OilAdd to cart
Strongest of all for brute force – after the Emperor – was skekUng the Garthim Master. Torment was his pleasure, though his urSkeks originally had been a healer and continued so in his urRu form. Hidden in that tall, shining urSkek was one who, ages later, could find pleasure in tearing apart the gentle Gelfling. The urSkeks knew this evil was in them and tried hard to burn it out.
Brute force and destruction: vetiver, smoke, steel, and dragon’s blood resin.
Skull With Discarded Gorget Perfume OilOut of Stock
Jan Davidszoon de Heem
Steel, leather, and bone.
The Action Perfume OilAdd to cart
A shiny slush-plop of narcissus, snowdrop, terebinth, white sandalwood, razor-sharp polished steel, boot leather, and crocus.
The Imperator Perfume OilOut of Stock
Commanding his legions to secure the safety of his people and promote the expansion of his lands: steel and gold wreathed by a crown of bay and iris.