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Feral Fae

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  1. Feral Fae

    When your favorite GC blends are discontinued

    I'm not familiar with any of those scents, though Calico Jack is a high priority for me to try. But you might also consider trying Thalassa, Galapagos mermaid. Mine smells very salty, and the salt and marine notes are all that is apparent in it, while the other notes are either missing or fade into the background so much as to be unnoticable. As a caveat, however my bottle is one I bought recently off of Ebay and it is from the old Carnival Diablique release, not the current one, so it's possible the scent may have morphed drastically with age. I haven't had the opportunity to try the new Thalassa yet, so I have nothing to compare it to. I love your username and avatar, btw. One of my cats is named Pyewacket, after the cat in that movie. I admit, I've given some thought to trying the same thing, but I haven't gotten around to it yet. I didn't expect a homemade one to smell exactly the same, but I was hoping it would get pretty close.
  2. Feral Fae

    When your favorite GC blends are discontinued

    Does anyone know of something that smells similar to Lear? Arcana does somewhat on me after a few hours of wear, but it doesn't work well on me at all until it hits that point.
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    If your top 5 scents are... Then try these!

    Out of these, I'm only familiar with Graveyard Dirt, but it's one of my favorites too, and if you like that, you might try The Potter's Field.The Potter's Field has that dirt note in it, but it moves more into the background. Potter's Field has a more herbal, almost slightly medicinal scent to it. I really like it, though to be honest, still not as much as Graveyard Dirt. My top five favorites, mostly in order are: 1. Graveyard Dirt 2. Perversion 3. Lear 4. Mary Read 5. Urd