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About Threemoons

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  • Birthday March 21


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    Astoria, NY
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    Georgia Peach, Oakmoss, Sage, and Vetiver
  • Favorite Scents
    All of the Snake Oil and Silky Bat variations, all the red, black, green, brown, etc musks! Also all the black leather and other leathers!

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    Cheese, perfume, makeup, wine, cooking, books, NYC, culture, music, art, and so forth in no particular order. And making money to pay for it all.
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    Hating Adulting


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  1. Threemoons

    Dark Pumpkin Mead

    Got this as a frottle with a huge order, finally daring to try it along with more of last year's Weenies. In the bottle: DEEP honey mead--there used to be a local brand in Upstate NY--along with toasted spices and a hint of pumpkin. On, wet: Spice note heats up very quickly, with a good hit of cinnamon in it. Almost burnt/dark honey notes come out as long as the rest of the other spice notes after a bit. Drydown: A really sweet cloud of pumpkin spice mead! Amazing wear length, medium throw, morphs a lot during drydown. Definitely one for the honey and pumpkin spice fans!
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    La Calavera Catrina

    Wanted to go all autumnal today, and still trying out some of last year's Weenies, so reached for this. I am normally not into really dry florals/the Lab's deal leaf note so much, but this is amazing. In the bottle: Sharp dry leaves, with a hint of fresh cut green flower stems. On, wet: The dried floral notes start to diversify and bloom out, as well as some kind of really gentle white rose. Drydown: After several hours, the sharpness of the dried leaves is gone and I am left with a very fresh, light, bodega bouquet scent--I know carnation isn't listed but I am getting carnations and marigolds and chrysanthemums from the corner bodega that you would grab on the way out to someone's place for dinner. Much fresher and lighter than I thought it would be; very clean.
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    Sour Lemon Smut

    So, getting in the mood for fall by digging out some Weenies from last year. Can't believe I haven't tried this one yet! In the bottle: Add me to the list of people who say that this is Lemonhead candies, perfectly. On, wet: More lemon hard candies, lemon sugar on lemon sugar. Drydown: Still lemony with an almost dark caramel note in wisps in the deep background? It's Lemonheads with depth. Very unexpected but very nice as I love the Lab's lemon scent and I love the lemon candy aspect of this.
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    Patchouli Pumpkin Hair Gloss

    Okay, so got a notice that there is no hot water in my building today (revamping the boiler for the winter) so I needed something to layer on over yesterday's Silkybat. Reached for a random HG in my collection and pulled this. It's been a while and WOW this has aged gorgeously. Very gentle blend of pulpy pumpkin with just a hint of pumpkin pie spice--that's really the front of the gloss--with a faint shimmer of dry, warm patchouli in the background. This is first and foremost a Lab Pumpkin Thing; the patchchouli gives it enough backbone to stand up to layering or use on its own. I hope they bring this back as an oil or even another run as a HG.
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    Wow, I can't believe I haven't reviewed this yet, as I have a bunch of backup bottles and use it for layering on the regular! There's a reason why this sells out in two nanoseconds every time it is up for restock. In the bottle: Very approachable patchouli with...something sweet? On, wet: Getting the tiniest hint of some kind of fondant -- that's how the sugar note is expressing itself on me. Also, the patchouli deepens a bit--not in an offensive way, but the bottom note of that real, non-fake patchouli root is definitely there. Drydown=stays very stable, and strong, with crazy good throw and wear length. I usually layer this with other things that need a sweet, patch punch but I sometimes forget how wonderful it is on its own.
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    Thirteen (13): August 2021

    WOW. SO glad I got this one. Wish I had gotten a backup. In the bottle: Expensive chocolate truffle coated with raw cocoa powder. Oddly enough in the bottle, I get a strong roasted unsweetened hazelnut scent also. On, wet: Am I the only person alive who still remembers those REALLY expensive/fancy chocolates that are bottle-shaped, filled with a liqueur that matches the fancy foil wraps? Well, I do. They were always a Very Special Treat at either Easter or Xmas for the grown-ups, and I got to pick one. Fast forward a million years later; I have a friend who used to do huge house parties every New Year's Eve and he would have boxes and boxes of them all over his huge apartment, and I tried every single one with childish wonderful abandon. This perfume, on wet, reminds me so much of the rare bottle chocolate filled with herby Chartreuse, or possibly Benedictine, or maybe a mouthful of both. Chocolate as a candy and not cocoa comes out, along with a nice blast of gorgeous mixed Medieval medicinal herbs. Drydown: Dry sweet mix of herbs, with a floating layer of powdered sugar mixed with raw cocoa, which comes back to the party after a break. So balanced and pretty; it lands exactly squarely between a gourmand and a sweet herbal blend. I SO wish I had gotten a backup.
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    This is a Perfume About My Dog Eating Peaches

    Odd, but this is a little bit like how I thought Peach Brandy Snake Oil WOULD smell. Really a combo of peach cobbler, peaches in syrup, peach blossom, and peach pulp with sweet cream and vanilla ice cream on it...
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    Peach Brandy Snake Oil

    I bought 3 bottles of this blind, knowing I would love it. So glad I did! In the bottle: Big blast of peach and peach blossom. On, wet: Warms up fast, and I am getting something almost like peach ice cream with a hint of peach brandy. Some kind of vanilla thing is going on also; borderline floral vs. gourmand vanilla. Drydown: After several hours, this dries down to a sort of gorgeous sheer peach vanilla musk; all of the elements blend so perfectly that it's really hard to pick out individual notes. If this perfume was a garment it would be a peach and rose-gold embroidered kimono full of gold and peach embroidery. Really liking this one.
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    Cacao, Copal, and Palo Santo

    Total long, slow morpher on me! In the bottle: Dry, deep cocoa powder. On, wet: Copal warms up on the skin, and is somewhat smoky on me--wore it around Mom and she had asked if I had lit incense in the house! Palo Santo is in the background more as a booster. Hours later, after running around and doing chores, Mom asked me if I put a different perfume on and said it smelled more like wood! It was definitely the Palo Santo coming to the front. So, on me, this goes through 3 distinct stages---Cocoa, then the Copal, and then the Palo Santo. VERY long wear/morph time and throw. A real treat and actually very calming.
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    Popcorn Ball Snake Oil

    Was going through old crates and I forgot that I had this one! It has aged SO nicely. Pitch-perfect on the popcorn ball element, all dancing around with yummy Snake Oil.
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    Burying Point Hair Gloss

    LOVING this in HG form, finally got it after getting the perfume. This is the earthiest, dirtiest patchouli there is--total deep damp earthy patchouli. I love that it has that deep, dark base note that real patchouli root has (I had a hank of raw dried patchouli root years ago). It is such a great layering scent also.
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    In Templum Dei

    Oh man...dangerously close to having ALL of the OLLA scents. Had a bottle of this that I had not tried yet. Sooooooooooooooo gorgeous. In the bottle: Gorgeous soft amber resins. On, wet: Resins sharpen up a bit but still a wonderful golden haze. Drydown: Still a radiant, wonderful, blast of light sweet golden resins. No other way to describe this. Need a backup.
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    Vampire Lace

    Okay, was going through some of my boxen looking for past purchases that I had not tried yet. Decided to reach for this one. WOW now I see why I let it rest for a while. In the bottle: HOLY CRAP EDNA CLEAN THE CAT BOX ALREADY. STRONG pooey oudh. Now, on me, oudh usually wears only one of two ways: Catbox or sex goddess. I really had fears dabbing this one on because all I was getting out of the bottle was strong, strong oudh/narcissus flowers. On, wet: Yup, poudh. Also, peeking through: A bit of a dry woody note and definitely lilies. Drydown: Oddly enough the oudh retreats and stays very close to the skin; at the end of the day I am left with a sort of corrupted floral with tiny hits of vanilla sweetness and a sort of skin musk tainted with the slightest bit of decaying flowers and wisps of wood. Funny how this reads SO differently on people.
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    Frostbitten Krampus

    OK I know this is a weird pick for a sweltering NYC August day...but I was going through some of my older crates and I hadn't opened this one yet, and was in the mood! In the bottle: Frost notes and Krampus' dusty rags with a hint of red musk. On, wet: Frost note starts to pick up in a chilly, minty, floral swirl, and the red musk asserts itself. Overall combo ALMOST smells like tough-guy sweat on a dusty T-shirt that has stale Doublemint spearmint gum in the pocket. Drydown: After a while, everything settles down and I am left with an amazing red musk/dust/minty floral thing; for the minty floral think really old school Doublemint spearmint gum with a hint of white florals. Overall effect is still Krampus-feral, but with that minty whiff. Good throw and good wear length,
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    Pecan Pie Oud

    CAME HERE TO SAY THIS HECK YEAH First of all, let me say that I need a whole bottle of this, STAT. I want to slather this on with abandon. In the vial: A blast of nutty, caramelly oudh. On, wet: Aaah, here's the test, as oudh is usually either "total sex goddess" or "cat box" on me with no room in between. Luckily, it's the former here! Oddly sexy-sweet combo of...pecan pie and oudh, with the oudh really elevating the vanilla notes especially. Drydown: A really interesting gourmandy almost skin musk kind of thing! Says close to the skin, a tad powdery, with lingering notes of pie crust, roasted nuts, vanilla, and caramel oudh. YUM.