Alcoholic juicy figs out of the bottle that turn creamy with jasmine right away, then has fancy tea and cake for thirty minutes.
I like the clary sage that keeps this clean and not too sweet, but it’s definitely on the feminine end of unisex.
The pine bottom notes settle under the skin for another hour.
Nice, but not a whole lot of personality.
Sophisticated and warm–leans to the yang rather than the yin–it’s got outward force, this stuff.
Sweet spice at the opening, with a hint of rose, that settles into resinous green incense, heavy on the vetiver. Soft patchouli projection for half the day, with honey cardamom on the skin.
Has really nice organic alpha notes, with none of the usual chemical musks–for days when you need a little more power in the flesh.
Blackberries at dawn, and other secrets.
Gah, this stuff is NICE. Basil cuts through the sweetness of the berries, and moss keeps the musk soft.
Juicy on the skin, herbal at a distance.
I just wish it lasted longer.
Kurt Vile is an indie-folk musician out of Philadelphia. I love this dreamy tune off his third album, Childish Prodigy.
White spring flowers and more white flowers and jasmine and some white citrus-y flowers and some white summer flowers and tuberose.
Very high quality ingredients, and pretty, but I was the kid who ate her Crayolas because I wanted to taste the colors, y’know?
Lasts half an inch above the skin for an hour, and on cotton until laundry day.
Here’s another pretty butterfly from the king of K-Pop.
Dzing! smells like a bunch of hippies had a love fest in the rare and out-of-print section of the library.
It’s carnal–almost like the zoo funk in the big cat exhibit–with a touch of sticky sweetness, leather fringe and old paper.