Veil Perfume Oil $5.75$23.00

Veil Perfume Oil


A quiet scent, soft, calm and enigmatic. A perfume of mystery, of whispers, and of secrets behind secrets. White sandalwood, lilac, gardenia, violet, orris, lavender and ylang ylang.

Bewitching Brews

Presented in an amber apothecary vial.


  1. pamcakezzz

    This scent is very lovely! It is delicate, a bit mysterious, and very feminine. The words “shy” comes to mind. At first, it smells like violets and lilac. I don’t get much lavender at the start. As it dries, the sandalwood becomes more prominent with lavender and violets in the background. Overall, a wonderful scent and one of my favorites.

  2. c-j-allison

    Oh, I love Veil so much! It smells nice enough in the bottle, but it really comes alive on your skin. One small dab is enough.
    It’s a beautiful, mature floral on me. There’s a lovely lilac sweetness and a touch of orris keeps it fresh rather than heady. The sandalwood isn’t overpowering, but it definitely becomes more noticeable with time. The gardenia isn’t noticeable at first, but it also comes out to play later in the day.
    There is also a lovely “clean, fresh skin” quality to this that I absolutely love.
    The fragrance itself is evocative of peachy skin, long lashes and ripe lips close to your ear whispering secrets. Mysterious and enigmatic indeed.

  3. Dawn

    Since perfume is so subjective, my 5 stars is based on the scent staying with me throughout the day and not irritating my sensitive skin or giving me a headache. When I first put on Veil it reminded me of a perfume I used to wear years ago, Poison. I eventually stopped wearing Poison because it became too sweet and cloying for my tastes. But Veil was a lovely, less cloying reminder of that scent, with a forward nose that brought candied grapes to my mind. It mellowed and became more pleasing throughout the day.

  4. Gloame


    When still wet, this is quite tangy, actually! But it dries down to a very soft floral. Very feminine and pretty.

  5. Danielle

    In the imp all I smell is the lilac, lavender and violet, so I initially assumed this would just be a light floral. However, after about an hour on my skin the sandalwood took main stage. For the rest of the day the Veil became a powdery sandalwood fragrance dominating over a bed of soft florals. It had longevity, but this is not the scent for me. However, lovers of sandalwood for probably really like Veil.

  6. Nuri

    Veil is one of those sleeper scents, I’m not sure about it in the bottle but as soon as it dries on the skin I’m in love. Veil is an apt title. Its a hard to place scent that delicately floats around you. There is a powdery quality from the violet and lilac while the gardenia and ylang ylang give a fleshy earthy feel. It is defiantly a your-skin-but-better kind of scent.

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