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  1. Kefliss

    Hair Gloss?

    This may be an idiot question, but there's really no way to ask something so basic without sounding like a moron, so here it goes: "What are the hair glosses for?" There I said it. Now clearly the obvious answer is a deadpan "Your hair." but more specifically are they just for scent purposes, are they a leave-in conditioner, should they go on clean/dirty/wet hair..? I'd been ignoring them since I didn't "Get it" but I got one as a freebie from paperflower's winter decant circle and it really does smell great. So to avoid it sitting around gathering dust in my bathroom for the next few years I decided to reach out for help. How do you use your hair gloss?
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    I was worried I wouldn't like this one since I'm usually averse to dry/dusty scents, but the wine came through the strongest and was given a deeper complexity by the herbs and earth. As it dries down a deep moist floral rises to the surface. Rather than the scent of something undead, I get something dangerously overripe with life. It smells of a deadly plant that feeds on death like Little Shop of Horrors or the legends of Sakura petals turning pink due to the blood of bodies buried underneath. It's heady and addicting with a dangerous edge. Makes me feel like I'm Pamela Isley.
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    Thieves' Rosin

    Bottle/Wet: Sharp scent of the resin and some wood, made me a little wary to put it on my skin as it smelled like something that would be caustic on skin. Strong association with an assassin poisoning their weapon. 1-6ish hours: Loses the sharpness pretty much the second it touches my skin and amps to nearly pure cinnamon. 6-10ish hours: It loses that spicy heat to go full warm waxy amber/vanilla 12ish hours: Fades away to let a sigh of wood/musk through.