$4.60 – $19.75
A soft, sensual, luxuriant blend with a wicked bite: hazelnut, buttercream, honey mead, rum and sweet almond.
PERFUME OIL BLENDS
Presented in an amber apothecary vial.
– March 27, 2018
Started off extremely Cherry Coke, but does evolve with the dry-down. Still a bit too sweet for my tastes, but pleasant overall.
Where I’d wear it: Biker bar
– March 19, 2017
When I first got this, I was really disappointed because thought it was like honey and rum in the bottle, it turned to strong baby powder on my skin. So I let it mellow. One thing I’ve learned about Bpal is the chemistry is such that the scents change with time, and any one note that stands out too much at first usually assimilates into a much more even tempered concoction with time. After a few years I tried it again and it immediately became my going out scent. It’s a creamy, rummy, meady, almond alcoholic drink that everyone describes as sex on my neck. Seriously, if I want to get hit on all night, I wear this. It’s boozy and delicious and smacks of bad decisions and lusty one night stands. Wear it if you want to get into trouble, in the best possible way.
– March 13, 2017
A nice, sweet, warm, and foody scent that lasts in the dry and high desert I live in. I do not sense any wickedness, though!
– October 23, 2015
I don’t know what kind of mad olfactory science is going on here, but somehow this smells like sexy, spicy smoke on me. I expected something foody and sweet and I ended up with Jake Gyllenhaal on a horse. I don’t know how I could ever wear this in public. It’s hard enough just walking around the house with my forearm glued to my nose, I have no idea how I’d navigate traffic.
– October 2, 2015
My body chemistry made this smell like a tart cherry candy. As it dried, it almost got metallic.this being said, I can see how it might smell amazing on someone else.
– May 26, 2015
I have about 95 umps so far, & this is the only one in my purse. Its not woodsy its buttery rumsmelling with kind of a stale beer bread smell…good for hot weather.
– January 7, 2015
At first one would think it would go too foody with my chemistry, but surprise, it is sweet and fruity on me. It reminds me of some kind of fruit incense, but can’t quite put my finger on what. You might want to try this out if food notes are normally an issue.
– December 8, 2014
I can only assume that’s it just my skin, but unfortunately, it didn’t give me personally that cake/bakery smell I was looking for. It reminds me more of cherry flavored candy from when I was young (didn’t care for cherry flavored things). The scent mellows out near the end of it’s lifespan on my skin, but for me, that’s too much time spent smelling like Cherry-candy.
– July 16, 2014
When I first opened up my Imp of Hellcat I was a little disappointed. Immediately all I could smell was almond, and strong almond.
When you put it on it does something magical to your skin. At first it smells sugary, but as it dries it gets spicier in a lovely way. There are so many notes to this perfume. In passing it smells sweet and cakey, and when you inhale deeper it’s like a spiced chai almost. Beautiful!
– July 14, 2014
Hellcat smells sooooo good! It’s like walking into a pastry shop. And the beauty of oil based perfumes is that the smell lasts ten times longer. If you love cakes (or your significant other does) then this is the scent for you, just don’t try to eat it. 😉
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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.
Thick, sugared and bloated with sweetness. Dark chocolate, vanilla, buttercream, and hops with pralines, hazelnut, toffee and caramel.
Dab a bit behind each ear, and you’ll be instantly inspired to alter street signs, shake fruit from your neighbor’s trees, and hide your roommate’s car keys.
Black coconut, gnarly patchouli, and sweet benzoin.
Kitsune-Tsuki are malevolent Japanese spirits, akin to western werebeasts: women are possessed by the spirits of foxes, who compel them to perform acts of wickedness and mischief. Asian plum, orchid, daffodil, jasmine and white musk.