Queen

Queen

For use only by women. An extremely potent passion blend, used to great effect when you’re converting feminine sexual energy into power.

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Conjure Bag Perfume Oil Blends

Scents inspired by authentic New Orleans voodoo recipes. Passed down to our lab via oral tradition.
Presented in an amber apothecary vial.

Reviews

  1. ashevo

    In the imp, I cringed a bit, because the smell was STRONG. However, I’ve learned to always give oils a chance on my skin before judgement because they often dry down to something glorious (Blood Kiss being a prime example)

    On my skin, it became strong floral/fruit. Drydown: I AM THE QUEEN OF THE NIIIIIIGHT. :ahem: There’s spiced honey, dark ripe cherry, and almost a tiny hint of vanilla. However, the scent isn’t in the edible family; the combination is regal and timeless. Perhaps a breeze of lily. It’s very sexy, not punch-you-in-the-face floral (which I like), and definitely powerful.

    It’s aptly named, and deeply feminine.

  2. Amanda

    I did not realize I had an imp of this scent until last night. I am wearing it today & love the way it makes me feel – very positive & powerful. It is a lovely, musky, honeyed scent, with some darker notes hidden deep for those who are close. I will be buying a full bottle.

  3. Janice

    I got this as an imp. This dries down quickly on me to a soft woody copabia scent. It smells like rich herbs but soft. Theres a hint of sweet but just enough to keep it from having any bitter scent. im surprised that this is a womans only scent as I typically think of woodsy type scents to be masculine.

    Its not a strong oil as i lathered it on both forearms and its not knocking me out. Its quite soft but has definite staying power. Im thinking this would lend itself wonderfully layered with another oil with higher or more top notes since this one smells simple and has a good base.

  4. Teamama67

    Tested as a fragrance only. It does smell sexual. In the imp, I smell herbal honey. On me, musk combines with the honey and herbs. I get a subtle hint of licorice or anise, and cumin, way way in back. It’s kind of quiet and close to the skin on me.

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