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Dark Alice

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About Dark Alice

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    lunacy bin resident
  • Birthday 01/13/1911


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    Baltimore, Maryland
  • Country
    United States


  • BPAL of the Day
    Miller v. CA
  • Favorite Scents
    Antique Lace, Habu, Antikythera Mechanism, Morocco, Anactoria, Mme. Moriarty, Lurid Library, Mr. Ibis, TKO, Monsterbait Tokyo Stomp, Black Opal Season of the Inundation, Festival of Anukhet, Scherazade, Velvet Dogs Playing Poker, Lucy Kissed, Mircalla, Sachs and Violens, the list continues...

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    Music, Books, BPAL, Exercise, Cooking (when I have time) Movies
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  1. Hello! I have Coffee Beans & Caramel for you!  PM me! 

  2. Dark Alice

    Cherry Wine

    Not what I was expecting. I was expecting a red wine with red cherry notes. It just smells like cherry and then cheap red wine. i am going to let this age a bit more.
  3. Dark Alice

    Moon When The Cherries Turn Black

    I love this one! I only need one bottle on me b/c it can be very heavy in warmer temperatures. This will get a lot of love this winter.
  4. Dark Alice

    ISO Stone

    Hard to find, but Ignanok Jewelers. Legit, English cobble stone fence smell.
  5. Dark Alice

    Moon When The Cherries Turn Black

    This sums it up. Why did i not get two bottles so I could slather away! This a fantastic, dark cherry purring scent and I love it.
  6. Dark Alice

    Moon When The Cherries Turn Black

    This is the epitome of glory. Dark black musk mixes with dark cherries and a hint of currant and amber on my skin. I wish I had bought two of these!! Legit, it's dark and gorgeous and delicious. I love black cherries and with the musk and amber..it's amazing!
  7. Dark Alice

    Black Cherry, Vanilla Bean, and Champaca

    This smells like a fancy black cherry soda with hints of champaca. I love it!
  8. Dark Alice

    The Obsequies of an Egyptian Cat

    This scent evokes an image and it's really good. I see a petite brown sphynx running around the tomb getting into spices, wraps, and dust chasing spiders while hanging out with annoyed servants who have to tolerate, love, and worship them regardless. Smells like home that I have never been too and I love it.
  9. Dark Alice

    Rain Scents

    Frog moon 2021. Beautiful rain and green bog notes.
  10. Dark Alice

    Vanilla Husk, Nutmeg, & Hay Absolute

    This is the first time I have fallen in love with hay. The nutmeg keeps it grounded along with the vanilla. I really enjoy this one and glad I took a chance on a bottle.
  11. Dark Alice

    Labdanum, Red Musk, Scorched Vanilla

    This is an instant favorite. The vanilla note smells lightly burnt, scorched but not enough to have the intense acrid smell of something burning/burnt and it remains light and sweet, Once dry, the red musk swirls with the vanilla and the labdanum is mild and keeps everything grounded. I am glad I bought a bottle, I may get a back up of this!😍
  12. Dark Alice

    Vanilla Husk, Nutmeg, & Hay Absolute

    This is such a fun scent. It's warm, sweet, but I not too nutty from the nutmeg. I may need a partial.
  13. Dark Alice

    Radiation Fog

    This is one of nicest scents I have tried in some time. The amber swirls lightly with the aquatic notes like a fog surrounding me. This will be worn quite often in the spring/summer months. I love it.
  14. Dark Alice

    Sugar Cookie Satyr

    It's gorgeous. It's satyr with a hint of cookie (barest) and a poof of sugar that blends quite well with the red musk and patchouli. I need a bottle.
  15. Dark Alice

    Tonka Bean and Saffron

    This on me smells like saffron. No tonka bean for sweetness...just pure saffron. It's making me hungry for saffron rice as a matter of fact. I was hoping the tonka would come out more to balance it. I am going to put this one in the box for a bit to see if it does. Otherwise...it's going on the chopping block.