Starts out with the crazy-complicated burst of smoky-tomato-leaf-lemon-sweet-spice that is geranium, then blows up into wild roses. An hour later it settles into stiletto heel thorns, sharp with vetiver, and stays close to the skin all afternoon.
Boss woman in a bottle. (Yes, ma’am.)
I love this cover of Nirvana–she wields her voice like a blade.
Weird–sugar cookies that have been dropped in the dirt.
There’s tobacco, but it’s muddy–cigarette butts left out in the rain.
And there’s honeysuckle, but they’re kind of bruised, like the sun shone too hot.
The spice is nice, powdered ginger and cloves, a soft baking mix for shy cooks.
Stays close, grubby sweets snacked on in private, but lasts all day.
I can’t explain why I like it, but I do.
Violet, vanilla and sandalwood in equal doses.
It’s quite nice–I’m impressed with this whole line–powdery soft and sweet, but with a little bite.
I do miss the ivy and licorice notes that add the depth to Lolita Lempicka’s Au Masculin–this is like the drier, autumn version.
Lasts a few hours close to the skin–a good one for dancing on Halloween.
Here’s a disturbingly happy cover of Nirvana’s Lithium.
This is quite well done. They’ve bottled the charred oak distillery spirit, complete with caramel syrup and age-softened musk.
Doesn’t last terribly long, but it’s reasonably priced, so have another shot.
I would find this one sexy on a guy, too–especially the older silver fox with good vintage.
This laid-back Nirvana cover sounds like it’s had a good whiskey on the rocks.