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Madame Mew

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About Madame Mew

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    evil enabler
  • Birthday April 18


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    Portland, Oregon
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    United States


  • BPAL of the Day
    Snake Smut
  • Favorite Scents
    Revenant Rhythm, Silky Bat, Boo, Snake's Kiss, The Grave Pig, Swans on the River, Frostbitten Snake Oil, (and Dorian and Alice and TKO... all of the Frostbitten variety) Paper Phoenix, Cotton Phoenix, Queen Mab's Lace, Lydia, Atsui Mono, Milk Moon, Love's Philosophy. Notes: patchouli, fig, olive leaf, vanilla, honey, incense, cream, pink peppercorn, rose, honeysuckle, gardenia, rum, marshmallow, orris, vetiver, cherry, plum, raspberry, strawberry, tonka bean, sugar

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    cats, camping, wandering, libations, cemetery touring, sleeping, dining, organizing, baths, dancing, yoga, drawing


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  1. Madame Mew

    Sugar Cookie Peacock Queen

    Im very sad about this one. It’s burnt brown sugar over a perfect red rose. It’s like sugar skull came in and ruined this. I was thinking this cookie would be more of a snickerdoodle or plain white sugar cookie. If you like the caramelized sugar vibe, or sugar skull with rose instead of fruits, this may work for you. My skin takes this to burnt caramel, not a flourmand.
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    Chibi Skull With Last Will and Testament

    I was today years old when I learned: “The term "Bourbon vanilla" refers to the vanilla beans' provenance as being from the Bourbon Islands, most commonly Madagascar but also Mauritius and Réunion. The name comes from the period when the island of Réunion was ruled by the Bourbon kings of France and has no relation to Bourbon whiskey.” I was a bit stumped because I don’t have a lot of vanilla forward scents, and this was so sweet and not a trace of bourbon to my nose and now I realize after a smidge of googling that the scents I’ve avoided because of this type of vanilla were not ones to shy away from at all. Anyway … I very much like this. It does start out almost sickeningly sweet, but give it half an hour and you’ll be in sweet patchouli land. I totally agree with @Amazonia ‘s review above.
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    Traditional Sheet Ghost

    Hooray! It’s not the dreaded laundry soap of last year’s cozy sweater. I was hoping this would have a similar one to Boo, but it is definitely its own thing. Low throw, sweet but not foodie and I keep going back to my wrist to sniff. It’s clean and comforting.
  4. Madame Mew

    The Elephant is Slow to Mate

    Red!!! This is juicy, red and black ripe and musky fruits, patchouli and resins with a chewy tobacco. It reminds me of Insects, and does share the fruit, patchouli and opoponax which makes sense! Absolute masterpiece. The roses are not reading as roses to me, just giving this a bit of a “floriental” vibe. The red musk is certainly a player but the blend is not dominated by it. Gorgeous!
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    OMG yes yes yes. If you like BB/RR, this is THAT patchouli. The oud (aquilaria) is just sexifying this right up with some incense vibes, and the honey- pulling it together with a sweet note. If you don't like honey, you won't like this, although it's mostly dark, woodsy patchouli. I can't believe how good this is. It's not a gateway patch scent, like previously mentioned (another that comes to mind with same patch is SilkyBat), but they too share this patchouli. If you want something that says, "high, I'm a sexy, confident and badass individual with a compassionate side" this is it. I accidentally slathered this on my ankle, as I am testing a bunch of scents today and ran out of room. You don't need much of this at all. I can't wait to wear it for some yoga! This just shot up to my top ten.
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    To a Wreath of Snow

    This is so pretty! The husband loved it too, said it’s up there with the million I’ve had him sniff. I totally agree with the similarities drawn to Vision but I like this more but can’t put a finger on why! It’s exactly what I was looking for. I don’t think I can necessarily pick out certain notes besides the tobacco flower. It’s somewhat sweet, not gourmand though. It’s even more beautiful after a little time to warm on the skin. Yay!
  7. Madame Mew

    Teakwood, Moss & Salt

    Surprisingly awesome. I had no idea what teakwood was going to do on my skin, but I grabbed this for the moss, as I’ve realized it really just always works on me, at least in the dry down when it’s makes things all dustified.in the bottle, it smells salty and fizzy. Once it hits the skin, the wood and salt blends and it takes on a somewhat clean smell, like clean and sweaty skin if that makes sense. As it dries, it’s like a memory of cologne when the moss shows up. Very happy I tried this in a free sniffer that rode along with some other imps. I’ll be grabbing a bottle to split with my husband (if he’s lucky).
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    Gingerbread Invisible Man

    This smells like a delicious holiday champagne cocktail. Like a French 75 with a bit of Yule? Yum. I don’t typically enjoy citrus on my skin, but this is somehow a surprise hit for me. If you want that gingerbread note, I agree with the reviews above, it’s not as much as gingerbread leather or the gingerbread witch. This is just a bit and it’s in perfect balance with the other notes to frankly make a really nice overall scent! I did upgrade to a bottle, it’s just so evocative of the festivities we all most likely missed out on this Yule season.
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    Malevolent Visions

    This beauty arrived in the mail today! I did not give it much time to settle but no matter... it’s glorious. In the bottle, the first thing to hit my nose is the frankincense, then the pink pepper and I think the opium. Wet on the skin, it reads as more floral and then as it dries down you can pick out the rose and clove. Now that’s it’s been on a few minutes, the clove and florals start to blend together beautifully an it gets creamier. I love pink peppercorn and that remains a top note so far. I can tell this is going to age nicely. Damn, nice job!!!
  10. Madame Mew

    Fir Needle & Smoke

    Purchased a decant of this. It’s really lovely. The fir note is perfectly balanced with the smoke. I’ve never worn anything like this, so I have no idea what to layer it with but I love it solo. I don’t know if I’m upgrading to a full size, but out of the few duets I tested from this release, this is the strongest contender. I’m actually tempted by that cute birdie bottle artwork too. I think what’s keeping me on the fence is the fairly short wear. I’ll be retesting this and will at least enjoy my decant.
  11. Madame Mew

    Perfectly Normal Childhood

    This was my first Lilith launch. I’ve purchased bottles and decants, and oh man... I’m turning into a gourmand lover. This decant was so good that I sprung for another and I’m still contemplating a bottle. It’s fluffy, white, and oh so comforting. The cardamom is nice and grounding. I definitely prefer this over pink lovebird. Cake batter and cardamom lead the way, and as it dries you can smell marshmallows, right out of the bag. Yum. ETA: I finally pulled the trigger on a bottle. The staying power on this is insane and I love it.
  12. Madame Mew

    Marshmallow Snow

    Well, this was a surprise! In the bottle.. Slushy, cold pine with a hint of camphor? I expected a much sweeter opening. Wet on the skin, it’s a sweet pine. Hello YULE. As it dries, marshmallow starts to show up more and warms it up. I do like this a lot, but thought it would be like a marshmallow Snow White. This is a different snow note and it’s much more cold. Love it. Definitely happy that I blind bottled this, as I don’t have any of this snow note in my collection.
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    Smells to Work Out To - 30 Day Challenge

    We’ve been naughty! Well, about reporting out, that is. WOSOTD: Kai Kai and Marshmallow Snow. I didn’t layer them, but tried Marshmallow Snow on the top of my wrists and Kai Kai in the crook of my elbows. Just testing my order that arrived from the lab yesterday and some other swaps and such. It was a great mail day yesterday! I love both scents and need to find more Kai Kai. 60 mins of yoga sculpt with weights was the game today.
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    Smells to Work Out To - 30 Day Challenge

    Hi workout witches! Today I went on a six mile hike in the Columbia gorge with my husband and dogs. Wore my fabled Blue, Bloody Supermoon Lunar Eclipse. A kind would sold me her bottle and I’m so grateful! My man said it smelled like jolly ranchers. I guess the berries are strong once the skin warms up. I’ve been working out at least every other day, mixed in barre (Dailey Method) online, CorePower and weekend walks or hikes. Work has been super slamming, so I haven’t had much time to journal my activities since I squeeze the workouts in on my hour long lunch breaks. great job to everyone out there moving those bods when we can!💕
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    Dusk in Autumn

    Oh wow. This is such a winner. I am so glad this caught my eye and that I blind bottled it based on the notes alone. This opens with a good amount of smoky tea, dead leaves, and a touch of sweetness from the currant. As it dries, the mandrake root grounds the sweetness of the berries. I adore this. Not gourmand, no cake, at least to my nose.This is witchy woman goals achieved! The reviews above about this being atmospheric are spot on.