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Our signature oil. A dark, languid scent.
Promotes hedonistic tendencies and extreme self-love. You won’t stop kissing mirrors for a month.
PERFUME OIL BLENDS
Presented in an amber apothecary vial.
– August 26, 2020
Got a imp to try it and I’ll be ordering a bottle!
In bottle -Earthy floral, a little sweet
On skin – Amazing. It’s almost powdery, earthy, not-quite sweet, feminine, definitely sultry
Throw – minimal. This is a close and personal scent
– May 19, 2020
Received this as a Frimp and it quickly became a favorite! I never would have ordered this on my own, so I’m happy I got it.
I smell a lot of almond in it, I don’t know if that’s one of the notes but that’s what I get. Also cherry. It’s warm and comforting and I feel very confident when I wear it. I ordered a full bottle and it’s definitely a go-to scent for me.
– August 3, 2019
Red berries and spice, fading into something sweet and lingering. Quite a bit of staying power on my skin, which I did not expect from such a fruit scent! The other reviewers are right about the smell being reminiscent of Dr. Pepper. It also smells a bit like black raspberry flavor tastes, if that makes any sense?
– July 6, 2017
I love this. It reminds me of Dr. Pepper chapstick that I used to have when I was a tween. At first, anyway. Lovely, fat cherries in a thick syrup. Deep, dry resin. Laughter at a brothel. Aged bourbon, without the boozy vibe. Slutty and confident in the best way.
Where I’d wear this: To a dancing girls show, in the 18th century, Paris.
– March 4, 2017
From a gift of candy, to the presentation of fresh blooms, to the down and dirty seduction in an incensed room. I am in love…BPAL was the queen of loukoum scents before it was cool.
– January 26, 2016
ive had an imp of this before, to me, it smells like marzipan (without chocolate) or DR pepper, those are the 2 things it reminded me of, its a nice fun scent but for daily wear, no thanks
– September 22, 2014
The first time I tried this I tried it with a friend. It smelled like cherries. Dark, heavy, cherries. So I decided to buy one for myself.
The second time I tried it, after I got my bottle, it smelled… sharp. Almost like alcohol. With small hints of cherry.
I let it age for a while, and it got a little bit better, but not much. I don’t know if my chemistry changed, if the mixture changed, or what. But I think that this one is definitely dependent on your body chemistry. 🙂
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We’ve finally caved in to years of requests for vampiric scents.
As soft as grave dust and as dry as a breath drawn within a long forgotten crypt, this is Nosferatu: desiccated herbs and gritty earth brought to life with a swell of robust and sanguineous red wines.
The raw, untamable power of chaos. Rosewood, amber, red musk and a dribble of red sandalwood.
Devilishly playful: white peach, amber, golden musk and patchouli.
An ancient, free-willed race created from the essence of Fire, much as man was created from Earth. They prowled the land at night, vanishing with the first rays of dawn. Myths surrounding the Djinn paint them as many things: benevolent champions of mankind and slaves to mad sorcerers, malicious incubi / succubi and energy vampires, or malevolent harbingers of madness and disease. The Djinn are ruled by Iblis, the Prince of Darkness, who bears unspeakable contempt for man.
The scent of black smoke, of crackling flames, and smoldering ashes.