Harlot Perfume Oil $4.50$19.50

Harlot Perfume Oil

$4.50$19.50

Based on a Romany incense blend reputed to induce sexual dreams: Somalian rose, Moroccan rose and Bulgar rose with a sultry dribble of cinnamon.

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Presented in an amber apothecary vial.

Reviews

  1. Katie

    Of the last round of imps I picked to try, this one was the standout favorite. I didn’t know what to expect with this one, as cinnamon is such a tricky scent, and was worried it would end up smelling like a Halloween candle or Fireball Whiskey! While it does smell very strongly of cinnamon in the bottle, when applied, it settles down immediately and the rose comes through. What you’re left with is a beautiful, unusual rose scent with a spiciness that adds depth, warmth, and sweetness. Gorgeous!

  2. Jae

    This would be great if I liked florals.

  3. amills

    Sultry and seductive, this is the perfect combination of sweet and spicy. The cinnamon is the strongest note straight out of the bottle, then the rose takes over as it dries. Definitely a new favorite.

  4. Elizabeth

    My name is Rose, so of course rose scents are my thing. This is one of the greats.

  5. Danielle

    This scent is just okay. It is exactly as other reviewers have stated: roses and cinnamon. Although, I’m not typically into rose scents, I do like cinnamon and felt that it gave this floral a spicy kick. My biggest qualm with this fragrance is that it has minimal throw and fades very quickly. I definitely kept getting whiffs of it within the first hour, but in hour two I could only smell it by holding my wrist to my nose. By hour three it was gone. If you like spicy rose scents and don’t mind reapplying every couple of hours, this scent might be for you, but I think I’m gonna pass.

  6. Shannon

    My first preference for a scent is something foodie, but every now and then I feel like deviating. Enter the search for the right rose scent.
    I like this one. I’m picky about my rose scents. Either they need to be sweet enough I’d be tempted to eat them (like the LE Hope) – or they need some depth. This rose is grounded with the warm, spicy cinnamon – transforming what might have been an ordinary rose into something a little more sultry. I also really like that there aren’t the green/plant tones to this that some of the other rose scents have. Unless Hope makes an appearance again, or another sweet, sugared rose shows up, this will be my go-to for when I feel like a rose scent.

  7. xaglow

    The roses in this were very nice wet, but a little powdery when dry. I like the cinnamon when it dries, it redeems the scent as a whole I think.

  8. Sara

    Crushed dried roses and cinnamon. I thought it would be sweet, but it’s not like cinnamon sugar. This cinnamon has a sharp bite. Dark and mysterious.

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