Juliet Perfume Oil $4.60$19.75

Juliet Perfume Oil

$4.60$19.75

Sweet pea with stargazer lily, calla lily, heliotrope, honeysuckle, white musk and a touch of fresh pear.

Illyria
The Shakespearean Collection.

Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab’s olfactory paean to the characters from Shakespeare’s plays.

PERFUME OIL BLENDS
Presented in an amber apothecary vial.

Reviews

  1. c-j-allison

    I’m a white floral die-hard but unfortunately this scent wears all wrong on me. On me, it smells faintly pear-y, with an overriding note of snapped green twigs. You know that slightly sharp, bitter, green smell they give off?

    After a while, it faded down to a clean, sunshine, freshly laundered sheets smell on me.

    It’s quite a close fragrance and it didn’t have much staying power on me at all, unfortunately. I think it’s a quirk of skin chemistry rather than a trait of the fragrance.

    Over all it’s a pleasant fragrance but not for me.

  2. Poox

    I got this in an imp pack 3.5 years ago. It was the only scent in the bunch I wasn’t excited about and I have never touched it until today so it has aged quite a bit.
    Dry it is the smell of a very fine floral soap. It is all lily and white musk and just he very slightest honeysuckle. I get no pear. All I can think of when a where it is a prim upper-class elderly english woman strolling through her garden. It is a kind, gentle scent but not me wse. It isn’t offensive, just not a me smell. I will probably gift it to my sister who is the living embodiment of a delicate florals.

  3. Hellokoi

    Intensely soapy, bitter lilies and a sharp, cheap white musk smell.

  4. [email protected]

    This is light and sweet on me; the sweet pea dominates, with a hint of pear. The end result is reminiscent of SweetTarts, but in entirely a good way.

  5. dementia_divine

    In the imp: It’s difficult to pinpoint the notes in this, but the sweet pea, lily, and musk notes jump out at me the most in the imp.

    Wet: The lilies reign. The pear note adds a bit of sweetness. I love the Lab’s honeysuckle note, but alas, it’s not one of the main players in this blend. Sadly, the sweet pea note isn’t very prominent on my skin, either, and those were the floral notes to which I was most looking forward. The pear note begins to emerge more as the scent starts to dry.

    Dry: This is still a lily dominant scent, but I’m getting more sweet pea and pear in this stage.

    Verdict: It’s pleasant, but I don’t need more of it. There are other lily dominant scents (such as Tiger Lily, which was discontinued from the Mad Tea Party line) that I enjoy more.

  6. Greatwhitenowhere

    This is a straight up white floral blend. A very, very GREEN scent that screams “flower garden” or conversely “pollen warning.”

    In the bottle the oil is very soapy, slightly floral but overwhelmingly green. Worn it amps floral and turns somewhat powdery on dry down.

    This was instantly migraine inducing. If you aren’t a (white) floral diehard, then I would skip this blend.

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