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Jenjin

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About Jenjin

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    obsessive precious hoarder
  • Birthday June 27

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    United States

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    Headed into the Stardust
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    Shadowswirly

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    Monkey
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  1. Jenjin

    Twin Stars

    Incandescent lemon rind, apple wine, and Calabrian bergamot gleaming through velvety blue lavender, black cashmere, Laotian oud, and deep, rich, 2-year aged patchouli. And what is so rare as a day in June? Then, if ever, come perfect days. – James Russell Lowell Artist - Luis Ricardo Valero
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    Summer's Death Tune

    Crackling, dry grasses, pale cedarwood, bone-yellow sandalwood, uprooted mandrake, a tangle of patchouli, and the smoke of distant bonfires. And what is so rare as a day in June? Then, if ever, come perfect days. – James Russell Lowell Artist - John Butler Yeats
  3. Be not afraid: globules of white coconut beaming through blinding white amber and Oman frankincense. And what is so rare as a day in June? Then, if ever, come perfect days. – James Russell Lowell Artist - Berard Picart
  4. Jenjin

    Concert

    Black velvet, ancient climbing roses, champaca magnolia, and deep, resonant strings of amber. Mayday Art: She Comes With Footsteps Light What potent blood hath modest May. – Ralph Waldo Emerson Artist - Edward Okun
  5. Jenjin

    The Bath of Venus

    Velvet rose petals, white silk, red benzoin, sweet black labdanum, honeyed wine, kyphi tar, scarlet amber, and frankincense-smoked carnation petals. Mayday Art: She Comes With Footsteps Light What potent blood hath modest May. – Ralph Waldo Emerson Artist - Charles Shannon
  6. Bloop! White and pink lotus, calla lilies, and freshwater pearls in a swirl of apricot, tangerine, mimosa, and mandarin. Mayday Art: She Comes With Footsteps Light What potent blood hath modest May. – Ralph Waldo Emerson Artist - Franz Hein
  7. Jenjin

    Nymph and Satyr

    Oak leaves, wine-splashed bark, goat’s milk accord, forest blossoms, and moss-dappled skin musk. Mayday Art: She Comes With Footsteps Light What potent blood hath modest May. – Ralph Waldo Emerson Artist - Gerard van Honthorst
  8. Jenjin

    La Nuit

    A midnight sea of blackcurrant, wild plum, black hellebore silk, night blooming jasmine, and lilac incense, dotted with glittering specks of honeyed clove, elemi, Tahitian ginger, and muguet. Mayday Art: She Comes With Footsteps Light What potent blood hath modest May. – Ralph Waldo Emerson Artist - Auguste Reynaud
  9. Jenjin

    Cake Pop Wreath

    This year we'll be donating to Athlete Ally, a wonderful org striving to help improve LGBTQI+ inclusivity in sports and athletics programs for all ages. They provide resources and curricula for students, teachers, coaches, and teams. https://www.athleteally.org/ "Hera advised us to include this one, in hopes of our fundraiser appealing to as many tastes as possible." Work hard, play hard, cake pop! Spheres of faintly lemony olive oil cake, coated in vanilla frosting and crowned with a scattering of rainbow sprinkles.
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    Marble Wreath

    This year we'll be donating to Athlete Ally, a wonderful org striving to help improve LGBTQI+ inclusivity in sports and athletics programs for all ages. They provide resources and curricula for students, teachers, coaches, and teams. https://www.athleteally.org/ "Fear not, for even judgments which seem written in stone will succumb to the passage of time, softened by persistent exposure to the tireless elements, gradually ceding ground to monuments of the new age." A memorial garland of white sandalwood streaked with lapsang souchong, chilled vanilla, and benzoin.
  11. Jenjin

    Laurel Wreath

    This year we'll be donating to Athlete Ally, a wonderful org striving to help improve LGBTQI+ inclusivity in sports and athletics programs for all ages. They provide resources and curricula for students, teachers, coaches, and teams. https://www.athleteally.org/ Crown of Apollo, instrument of Pythian divination, symbol of higher learning: bay laurel and calamus gilded with fossilized amber.
  12. Jenjin

    Olive Wreath

    This year we'll be donating to Athlete Ally, a wonderful org striving to help improve LGBTQI+ inclusivity in sports and athletics programs for all ages. They provide resources and curricula for students, teachers, coaches, and teams. https://www.athleteally.org/ The prize historically awarded to victors in the ancient Olympic games: an anointed circlet of leafy branches cut from the sacred wild-olive tree near the temple of Zeus.
  13. Jenjin

    Glowing Vulva at Ryogoku Bridge 2024

    I tried a decant of this years ago, and wasn't blown away enough to look for more. Regardless, had to try this newest release. This is a "must have" for those who like clean, feminine fragrances. The lotus makes it sweet while the teak is very golden dry, almost dusty. It does smell a bit like makeup, in a good way, but does not last long. I'd say its a great everyday scent, very simple and elegant. It's for those days when you don't want to smell like perfume, just your own warm body scent, but better.
  14. Jenjin

    Madrigal

    So beautiful! Deep and rich, the opium tar swirls into the plum with wafts of perfumed spice. Lots of throw without being overbearing. In the smoky opium den I sit, bewitched by an unexpected pleasure. Grateful to have a big bottle of this. Best scent of the year for me so far.
  15. Jenjin

    Swarmageddon

    The cry of the cicada Gives us no sign That presently they will die – Matsuo Bashō, translated by William George Aston This year, the forests of the eastern United States will be abuzz (pun intended) with the concurrent emergence of two separate broods, the 17-year-old Brood XIII and 13-year-old Brood XIX. A cicada extravaganza like this one hasn’t been seen since 1803! A scent fit for a Swarmageddon: soft, dark soil, black pepper, tonka bean, decaying leaves, licorice root, ambrette seed, sweet vetiver, bourbon vanilla, oakmoss, brown labdanum, elm bark, vegetable leather, clary sage, 13-year aged patchouli, 17-year aged patchouli, and two bright red specs of dragon’s blood resin.
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