(My favorite of Margot Elena’s Poetic License Collection.)
Wet lemon geraniums and herbal jasmine, but there’s a nice vodka accord that cleans it up and makes it interesting.
Lasts in personal space for a few nice hours, then fades to a woody lavender on the skin.
(I actually love the rain against my window.)
(Part of the Poetic License Collection.)
The top notes of cassis and patchouli are fun for a minute, but then it turns sulky with sour sandalwood on the bottom.
Lasts a couple hours on the skin.
Another one by Margot Elena that would make a good quality candle, but seems cheap on the skin.
This Night is so much more fun:
Vanilla amber and marshmallow-y musk.
Maybe there’s some almonds in there, too.
It’s okay, but not anything that can’t be found at Victoria’s Secret or Bath and Body Works.
I’ve sort of fallen in love with Pomplamoose. They’re a husband and wife team who’ve made a name for their transparent (what you see is what you get–no post production mixing) cover works online. Here’s another less quiet Another Day.