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Hooray. We have doctors. As soon as the health care paperwork goes through, I can schedule a much needed check-up, and then schedule with the "lady-doctor".

In other news, I'm awake and I smell like The Unicorn. It's a good thing that I bought a bottle of it, because I spilled the half-imp I had left onto my neck and chest when my Siamese decided to give me a head-bump. Afterwards, he was extremely snuggly, burying his face in my chest. I'm resisting the urge to purchase some more BPAL, especially with the new Carnival Diabolique out. I simply do not have enough money until Friday to even consider it, but when I do, I'll be using BPAL as an incentive in my fitness routine. If I walk 2 mi at least twice per week for a month and skip my weekly lunch out, I can use the $20 I'd save towards BPAL purchases. What do you all think?

I've managed to get a few things done over the weekend, with the majority in the wee hours. So, overall, this is shaping up to be a good start to the week. What's more, my energy level is extraordinarily high for only having taken an hour nap.


May. 13th, 2008 11:02 pm
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My bottle of the Unicorn arrived, which makes me so happy, but also toybox_riot dropped off a few imps for me that did not suit her as well. Her descriptions cracked me up, because I totally got what she meant when I opened the imps.


Old Scratch
Fruitcake (sniffie)
Shadow Witch Orchid (sniffie)

So far, I've tested Nosferatu, Old Scratch and Shroud.

Nosferatu : I understand her comparison to embalming fluid in biology class, because it definitely has a sickly sweet tone in the bottle, but on me, it smells like sangria. Out of curiosity, I layered The Unicorn over it, which actually mellowed the sharp, sweet tang. It definitely needs something earthy to tone it down, like sandalwood.

Old Scratch:
Yeah, baby. This is it. I love lavender, and that note rises to the top. It's a little masculine, but refreshing.

Shroud : Like a wedding veil; old perfume, flowers and dust. On me, I detected a food scent, like crushed herbs, which soon turned into a light 'dusty library, old book' smell. If the note were stronger, I might not like this fragrance much. I'm not sure if I'd wear it.

I'm so psyched right now. I can't wait until tomorrow to try more on.
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Since I have done well with dragon's blood in the past, I bought two bottles of Dragon's Blood fragrance oil from The Magick Moon. I tested a small amount on my wrist last night, without any reaction. Since I amp cinnamon, the cinnamon undertone was sharp on first application, but once dry, the other notes of the fragrance were well-balanced and subdued it.
This morning, however, I decanted a small amount into a spray bottle for travel. And discovered that although it suited me,  that I am allergic.  (My guess is the cinnamon, since bottles are clearly marked: "Discontinue use if allergic reaction occurs.") Now my neck is red, itchy and painfully hot... and, sadly, I have to part with these items.

Dragon's Blood Fragrance Oil has a mysterious scent that is slightly sweet and spicy. It has a warm, earthy scent, with notes of amber, vanilla, sandalwood, light tones of musks and hints of Asian florals to bring out subtle spice undertones. Great for all year. Aromatherapy benefits: Energizing, strengthening, purifying.

If anyone is interested in two half-ounce bottles, email me:
Make me an offer, for some, either or both; for sale or trade...  At this point, I'm fairly flexible.
Paypal accepted, and preferred. Price and shipping costs negotiable.

(post taken down from sinandsalvation since fragrance is non-BPAL)


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