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About Snuffleupagus

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    a little too imp-ulsive
  • Birthday April 18


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    Lump of Coal
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    Popcorn Ball Snake Oil / Voluminous Red Blanket / Excellent Pancakes / Sweet Potato Musk / Samhain

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  1. Snuffleupagus

    Sour Gummi

    Gently sour, like your younger sibling licked off all the citric acid and put the gummy worm back in the bag. The “flavor” is evasive; my initial thoughts were blue raspberry, as well, but it could very well be a bunch of different fruits meshing together. Sometimes I think I get a hint of orange. The Snake Oil is there, but it’s a shy snek. I’m really happy with how this turned out, because it was almost all vaguely-sugared Snake Oil when I first got it (no “sour” or “gummi” to be found). Another Dangernoodle hit!
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    Candy Corn Snake Oil

    Smells like Robitussin in the bottle and musky burnt sugar when freshly applied, but the drydown reveals the eponymous Dangernoodle. It’s mostly candy corn to me. The Snake Oil is pretty faint, yet present enough to slightly tamp down its saccharine counterpart.
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    Fudge Brownie and Butterscotch Hair Gloss

    This is almost all butterscotch on the drydown, but the brownie weathers the gooey deluge. It's not as deep and fudgey of a brownie as Lump of Coal, but it's a tempting treat in its own right!
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    Excellent Pancakes

    For the first few months I had this, it was all "apple potpourri in a craft store" on me. But over time, this has settled into a true pancake scent with gently spiced fried apples and all the fixings.
  5. Snuffleupagus

    Who is Nibbling at my House? Hair Gloss

    I'm getting a puckery green apple candy spattered with caramel. I hope the cardamom and hazelnut pop out more with age! As it is, though, I still like this one a lot, and the scent lasts in my hair until the next day. Can't wait to try it with its perfume pal, Nibble Nibble Gnaw!
  6. Snuffleupagus

    Blueberries, Cream, & Cardamom

    Delightful! I sat on my couch and buried my head in my blanket to huff all the gourmandy goodness. On the skin, I get the three notes standing out in equal measure, and it wears that way until it fades hours later. This one's a real sweetheart, but there's just enough spice to keep things interesting. 😉
  7. Snuffleupagus

    Dark Chocolate & Dried Red Fruits

    Methinks at least some or all of the "Dried Red Fruits" consist of currants, because this is pulling a little sharp and sour on my skin in the very same way Eat Me did. The dark chocolate smells lovely, but it doesn't quite have that bite I was looking for. I've only had it for a few weeks, so I'll hold onto this and retest it periodically to see if it improves.
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    Egg Nog Cheesecake

    I wanted this to have a potent, spicy eggnog kick to it, but it's much more tame than that. On me, it's a very realistic cheesecake batter swirled with dollops of nice-not-naughty nog atop a crumbly crust. I love wearing this one to bed.
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    Nibble Nibble Gnaw

    Buttery chocolate chip pancakes, a dusting of sugared nuts, and the stingiest schmear of apple butter. With a coconut rum burp as compliments to the chef. The pancakes/sugared nuts combo reminds me of Halfling. It's not the pancake fix I had envisioned, but I think this one is already growing on me!
  10. Snuffleupagus

    Red Hot Snake Oil

    Excellent! It's exactly what it says it is. I took a gamble on this one, as I am very sensitive to cinnamon, but this sassy snek is all bark and no bite. It dries down to an inviting, sexy spice bread sort of scent.
  11. Snuffleupagus

    Brown Butter Bourbon Cookie

    This one benefited from a good rest. It was all butterscotch and a hint of browned butter when I got it. I’m getting more of the cookie now, yay!
  12. Snuffleupagus

    Lump of Coal

    Occasionally, this one will smell slightly vegetal in the bottle, but it always goes on smelling like fudgy brownies! I get Betty Crocker Brownie Mix, middle-piece-or-bust childhood flashbacks. The longevity is quite impressive, too (about 20 hours the last time I wore it)!
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    Sweet Potato Musk

    I get red musk smashed into gooey caramelized sweet potatoes, cardamom, cinnamon(?), a bit of toasty grains, a drizzle of something syrupy, and a whole lot of hnnnng. It's like a sweet potato treat you want to snuggle, but...that would be messy. Bonus: It doesn't irritate my skin, and I'm moderately sensitive to spicy blends. One of my favorites! Need a backup of this one!
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    Green Lovebird

    I usually picture minty scents as "airy," but Green Lovebird has a bit more body...like a dense buttercream/fudge texture. I agree with the Andes Mints comparisons above, and I can't quite pick out the pistachio. This bird is all chewy, minty sugar!
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    Caramel Apple Snake Oil

    This used to smell a lot more buttery than it does now, which is to say, not at all. Dry, it's Granny Smith greeting you at the door, followed by equal parts non-buttery, sticky caramel and Snake Oil. I do declare I like it a lot.