$4.50 – $19.50
Evil incarnate. Revel in your dark side with this romantically cruel scent. Contains red patchouli and vetivert.
Sin and Salvation
PERFUME OIL BLENDS
Presented in an amber apothecary vial.
– March 23, 2018
A really rich smokey scent that gets into your nose and lingers. My first purchase from BPAL and I adore it!
– October 5, 2017
The first time I put this in I was sick and couldn’t smell a thing which is surprising being that it’s actually very strong and intense.
I’m not very partial to patchouli ever but I quite enjoy this scent, probably due in part to the fact that it’s described as evil incarnate. I was really excited to smell evil and wasn’t totally disappointed!
At first it smells like a burnt and smoldering fire. Smoky and deliciously dark. Later the patchouli comes out more in the forefront. There is nothing feminine about this scent. Makes me think of Aleister Crowley if that makes sense.
– July 27, 2017
out of the bottle, this is very harsh. on the skin, as it dries, it smells exactly like being in the woods in the middle of the night, coming from a night of lake swimming, the smell of woodsmoke in the distance. this will be a full bottle purchase, for sure!
– November 5, 2016
My rating is based on the accuracy of the descriptive “evil incarnate” alone. This is what I’d imagine a grave for a long forgotten demon would smell like. It’s vile earth that no amount of holy water could consecrate. I purchased an imp just to test it and had an idea what I was getting myself into after reading reviews. I let it age for a few weeks and was foolish enough to try a tiny amount on my skin. After 2 hours it began to soften, but 30 minutes after that I’ve gotten the worst case of the heebeegeebees I’ve ever had. It’s definitely an experience though.
– August 20, 2015
I’m torn with Malediction; as a perfume I personally would never wear it again, but I still want to rate it highly because as a scent, it’s pure art.
Evil incarnate is absolutely bang on; it’s the most genuinely nefarious fragrance I’ve ever smelled and, while I ended up having to scrub it off after hours because the scent wasn’t diminishing and the people around me weren’t happy, I’m still delighted that I bought an imp of it because I think it’s amazing how the folks at BPAL actually managed to concoct something so perfectly befitting the term evil and put it in a bottle.
I agree with the reviewer below; it’s pungent and earthy and very, very strong. Not for me personally but it’s definitely an impressive scent with a lot of character. If you’re purchasing something else I’d nearly say lash in an imp of Malediction just to experience it.
– April 10, 2015
Evil incarnate spot on. It smells and looks like bottled evil. This scent is incredibly earthy and has a very strong throw to it. It stayed on my skin for hours and I had to eventually wash it off because it was not going away.
I wouldn’t wear this all the time, but it is still a very unique, right in the moment, kinda smell. Very lovely, in a dark, sadistic way. If you are serious into wet, pungent earth smells this is for you.
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There were nine wagons, each draped in black, each drawn by a lean black horse, and each baring barred sides like teeth when the wind blew through the black hangings. The lead wagon was driven by a squat old woman, and it bore signs on its shrouded sides that said in big letters: MOMMY FORTUNA’S MIDNIGHT CARNIVAL. And below, in smaller print: Creatures of night, brought to light.
Cruelty and confinement, small magics and penny illusions: galbanum, teak, myrrh, narcissus, patchouli, cacao, labdanum, agarwood, lavender, neroli, and black moss.
When, as by glaciers ground, the spate
Swells hissing from beneath,
The water of your mouth, elate,
Rises between your teeth —
It seems some old Bohemian vintage
Triumphant, fierce, and tart,
A liquid heaven that showers a mintage
Of stars across my heart.
A sinister, darkly seductive scent inspired by poetry of Charles Baudelaire. Violet entwined with vanilla and gardenia.
As she stood there a third man on horseback came galloping up. His face was black, he was dressed all in black, and the horse he rode was coal-black. He galloped up to the gate of the hut and disappeared there as if he had sunk through the ground and at that moment the night came and the forest grew dark.
But it was not dark on the green lawn, for instantly the eyes of all the skulls on the wall were lighted up and shone till the place was as bright as day. When she saw this Vasilissa trembled so with fear that she could not run away.
Black leather, oppoponax, tobacco, and black amber.
Thick, dark, sluggish and heavy with indolence: vetiver over black myrrh.