Yellow Musk ☽•☾ Paperwhite Enfleurage Perfume
a l c h e m y ☽•☾
Narcissus || Jonquil enfleurage + Indian oud + Moroccan rose + Tahitian vanilla + Siberian tonquin + Australian sandalwood. My custard flower enfleurage is the creamy base. Remember the smell of cabbage patch dolls' skin? This is that vanilla in the best way, with Tahitian vanilla SCO2 enriching narcissus's floral pudding. Honey powder and baby skin. A cow chewing sweetgrass cud in a vanilla garden, surrounded by vanilla orchids and vanilla sprouts. There is egg custard made with real butterfat. The scent of that milky skin on just cooked custard. Crème anglaise swirled with the brett, lanolin alchemy of old stock Siberian tonquin and Indian oud SCO2. Jonquilla appears in the form of a tuberose buttercup with a green leaf back note adorning honeycomb genoise sprinkled with jonquil's pollen the color of egg yolk. Moroccan rose petals scatter. This rosa damascena absolute has pear, brandy, and cool framboise overtones. A fruit orchard at sunset, sheep footprints in the grooved mud. The texture is satin butter. Sweet pastry cream with the fromage bloom of sheep's milk.
Photos: Iris germanica in my organic perfume gardens, my paperwhite narcissus and enfleurage; solid perfume in 5ml and 10ml black violet glass jars. All labels are drawn with pen and ink and lightfast oil-core colored pencils and digitally edited, by the perfumer.
s i z i n g ☽•☾
I offer this solid enfleurage perfume in sizes of 1ml (a sample of approximately 20-25 drops), 5ml and 10ml. 1ml (sample size) comes in a hinge top pod. 5ml comes in a clear glass jar. 10ml is available in a glass jar or a round tin.
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r a w ☽•☾ m a t t e r
Wild Veil natural perfumes are composed by me, Abby, using homemade, wildcrafted and organic aromatics in Vermont. These include my handmade enfleurage, tinctures, enfleurage extraits, absolutes, resinoids and concretes, and floral waxes. I spend as much time growing plants and foraging as I do composing perfumes.
h o w ☽•☾ t o ☽•☾ w e a r
The best way to experience a natural perfume is to apply it to well-moisturized skin, without rubbing in (absorption only shortens the wear time of fragrance) and without scrubbing off. Natural perfumes are dynamic and take a minimum of 2 hours to reach their final stage, or dry down. Enjoy the alchemical changes as they unfold from the initial intensity of top notes, to the warmth of the heart, to the depth of lower base notes.
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