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19 July 2012 - 10:45 AMJust got a frimp of this in my last eBay order from the Lab. It smelled really good when I sniffed it, all lemongrass and incense, so I put some on to test this morning.
Instant talcum powder. There's a tiny hint of frankincense there if I get my nose right up against my wrist, but otherwise nada. It's a very pleasant powder, to be fair, but it's really not what I was expecting. Oh well!
07 October 2011 - 10:47 AMIn the bottle: artificial creamer. Chemicals. Sour milk. No wood, no paper, nothing else.
Wet on the skin: more of the same.
Dry: even more.
I tried it on my husband too, in the hopes of it just being my skin. No such luck. This was just gross, enough so that we both agreed we needed to scrub it off. Off to the swap pile for you, Miskatonic University!
22 September 2011 - 03:00 PMIn the bottle: liquid purple.
On my skin: holy allergic reaction, Batman! I had to wash this off almost immediately and still spent half an hour sneezing. Which is a shame, it smelled really nice.
18 September 2011 - 09:32 AMOh my word. I love this. I've never been a huge fan of ylang ylang, so it wasn't on my list. Fortunately Shadith sent it to me as a frimp!
In the bottle: Sweet and smooth, maybe a hint of toasted almond.
Wet: Faintly medicinal, but musky.
Dry: There's the myrrh. My husband wanted to know if there was civet in this, but I don't think there is. Just very musky musk. It smells amazing. I wore it out to a bar last night and people were walking past sniffing my neck! It deepens the longer it's on the skin, until it turns into a spicy musk. Very sexy. Not a lot of throw, but I can still smell it this morning, almost 18 hours later.
16 September 2011 - 10:44 AMIn the bottle: water, ozone and grapefruit. A hint of rotting seaweed, but in a good way.
Wet: more of the same, but saltier.
Dry, a couple of hours later - I can still smell grapefruit on my skin if I sniff my wrist, but the throw is all generic aftershave.
I'm going to give this one another chance later. I'd put Blood Countess on earlier and washed it off, so it's possible that some of the weirdness is something lingering from that. I'm not hopeful, though.