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Squelette et Fantôme

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My two favorite spectres, haunting the apartments of Paris: white musk, graceful lavender, blackcurrant, teakwood, and cacao.



Lavender, white musk, and touches of teakwood and cacao. This one end up as a very clean blend on me (thanks white musk), and it smells almost austere. Medium throw and wear length.

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A lavender scent, rounded out by white musk. While not sweet, the lavender in this scent is not a sharp, medicinal lavender. I couldn't pick the teakwood out my itself at first, but as the scent wears, the teakwood comes out more and more until it rivals the strength of lavender in this scent. I never got the cacao note though. Overall, a relatively simple lavender scent and unfortunately, pretty forgettable in my opinion.

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In the bottle, it's a strange cacophony of cacao, lavender and white musk. :blink:

 

Once it's warmed on my skin the cacao disappears and the lavender and musk seem to be a little more in alignment.

 

At dry down, this becomes a predominantly white musk scent with the lavender bringing up the rear. It's clean and light as white musks tend to be. I can see choosing this on very warm spring and summer days and evenings.

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Chocolate dominates here on my skin. Alongside it, I get teak, blackcurrant, and lavender. 

 

I don't pick up white musk, which is cool because it goes so powdery on me.

 

This is an appealing blend. I love the teak with this cacao. I'm not seeking more chocolate, but I'm glad I tried this.

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A shimmering white musk lavender with very faint traces of cacao.  

 

Reminds me a bit of the 2016 Lilith waiting, except that one was smelling a bit cleaner.

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