Nyx Perfume Oil $5.75$23.00

Nyx Perfume Oil


Named in honor of the primeval Greek Goddess of Night. A scent reflecting inky black skies and eternal desolation. Night-blooming jasmine, warmed by myrrh, lifted by the promise of rose.

Est deus in nobis.

Presented in an amber apothecary vial..


  1. Mystina

    This is the most beautiful combination of Jasmine and Rose I think there is. It’s my unicorn, I’ve been seeking it since I first got in to BPAL, and a friend mailed Nyx to me as a Halloween Cheer-me-up present…. It smells exactly like a product Lush used to make called Fever, which smelled so heavenly. This is a scent that reminds you of old Hollywood. Lipstick, roses, and jasmine. It’s glorious. The Myrrh ties it all in. I’m going to have to get a bottle! The best thing is, my friend didn’t even know about my long time search for all things Fever. This is the perfect balance of Rose and Jasmine. I don’t know how you do it, Beth.

  2. VetchVespers

    This is a nice, medium weight, romantic floral. It starts out very strong on a lemony, sharp jasmine note, but this calms down and blends with a soft rose. The myrrh adds some depth and a bit of resinous sweetness. It’s in the same family as Black Rose and Obsidian Widow to my nose, but is lighter and more classic.

  3. Angela

    Wanted an every day jasmine that wasn’t overpowering. Found it. I’ve gone through my imp that I got in November, so needless to say, I’m getting a full bottle. 😀 The myrrh really makes this something special, and my obsession with incense just helps it along the way.

  4. xaglow

    I liked this one. The jasmine was nice, not too overpowering and cloying as it is want to do sometimes. I dries very nicely into a light jasmine smell that’s not too powdery or flowery.

  5. callipsofacto

    This is one of my all time favorite scents. It’s sexy in a subtle way, not too forward, lasts a decently long time.

  6. Nuri

    With a name like Nyx and the dark amber color of the juice I was weary of the sample I received. I was expecting a stink bomb. Instead of a heady dark scent it was a rather lovely jasmine that has had some of its sharpness clipped by a slight herby note that I assume is the myrrh. This I think is brilliant because I tend to avoid jasmine perfumes because they come across too shrill.

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