Jennifer (gaaneden) wrote,

BPAL reviews

Mostly for me. Perfumes oils from Black Phoenix Alchemy Labs.

Name: Jezebel
Scents: Honey, roses, orange blossom, sandalwood
Thoughts: Good daytime scent. Definite hint of orange. Smells great on me. This could be an excellent daily scent. Buy a 5ml bottle if nothing better comes along.

Name: O
Scents: Amber, honey, vanilla
Thoughts: "O" is right. Oh, yum. This scent is sex for me! It certainly made me feel very sensuous and interested in the more hedonistic pleasures in life. Definitely a "date or night out" scent. Buy a 10ml bottle.

Name: Velvet
Scents: Cocoa vanilla, myrrh, sandalwood
Thoughts: My first thought was "Chocolate?" But this is scent grows on you. I think it has a bit too much of the myrrh or sandalwood for my taste. There is a scent in it that is a bit strong/off. Keep the imp. Make it a character scent.

Name: Wrath
Scents: Dragon's blood, black pepper, clove, cinnamon
Thoughts: This is definitely a different scent for me. Stronger, spicier. It's not a bad smell. More aggressive but I like it. A nighttime scent. However, fades a lot after a couple hours. I am torn between making it a character scent and getting a 5ml bottle for when I go out to the club.

Name: Tamora
Scents: Amber, heliotrope, golden sandalwood, peach blossom, vanilla bean
Thoughts: A very pretty light "bright" scent. I like it. Possibly a good summer scent. Definitely a character scent (Rowen's). Consider a 5 ml bottle of it.

Name: Bloodlust
Scents: Dragon's blood, heavy red musk, patchouli, vetiver, cinnamon
Thoughts: Um. Oh, yuck. Too strong. Too woodsy. Too not me. Definitely not. (This must have been an extra imp for me.)

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