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Love Potion: Black Pearl w/Blatant Invitation


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Scent: Rich, dark resins, sweetened with honey, vanilla and cream.

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MAGICKAL MEANINGS OF INGREDIENTS:
VANILLA ~ Aphrodisiac, inspires happiness, playfulness, sexual arousal, lust, vitalizing.
HONEY ~ Enticing, seductive; use to bewitch a straying or hesitant lover. Happiness, fulfillment.
MAPLE ~ Love attraction, longevity; money attractant.
AMBER ~ Fertility, creativity, love, luck, riches.
BALSAM ~ Fertility, purification, strength, rejuvenation, calming and soothing, healing, protection, money, long life.
PATCHOULI ~ Soothes and uplifts; sensual, sexually stimulating, lust, fertility, money. Meditative and transforming.
MILK/BUTTER/CREAM ~ Nurturing, soothing, eases troubled relationships. Goddess energy.
SUGAR ~ Attracts love, luck, sweetness and riches. Lust inducing, wishes granted.
COCONUT ~ Chastity, protection, purification, receptivity.
CLOVE ~ Money attracting, deflects negative and hostile energies
NUTMEG ~ Strengthens clairvoyance, luck, money, health, fidelity.
MUSK ~ Self confidence and strength, sexual attractant, heightens passions and arousal.

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Common you guyyysssss how can *nobody* review this one yet?? 😭

 

I'm definitely not the best at reviews atm so...bear with me as I try to do this justice, here's my not so eloquent review!

 

This is LP Black *gourmand edition*

 

Definitely not as weighty and dark resiny like the OG, it still has the heart of it but...the star of the show is... something rather cakey lol. If you ever smelled Tres leches cake--but with coconut cream and a smidge of rum. Gives a very dense, gooey and almost-but-not-quite-edible impression with spiced honey drizzled over the top of chantilly cream with LP Black anchoring it down at the base. 

 

it smells a lot like that! I'm not quite sure where the slightly boozy aspect of it is coming into play, but it's just a smidge present. It's definitely 5 shades lighter compared to OG, not quite black but it's very alluring, dark and gorgeous. 

 

Hope it gives an idea of what it's like! Maybe somebody else can chime in on how amazing this is 💕

 

 

 

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@Anonymous2Fwell you made me giggle with your comment about noone having reviewed it yet. I've had my FB by my monitor for several days but I was too chicken to review it. 

 

It's very complex and mysterious for me. I've reread your review to help me order my thoughts. I'm not getting the cake you speak of, I'm getting sexy dragon's blood with a honey half-way between clean and smutty. I do get where your mind is telling you 'rum'.  Every time I apply it, I discover something different about it. My diet, pH, mood, time of day do seem to change my impressions and wearing experience substantially. I still don't have this pinned down. Phero wise, the Blatant Invitation is the #1 blend for me that causes consistent selfies of arousal. I am careful about wearing this in a controlled setting. The fact that this scent morphs on me and it's so unique makes it a very interesting wearing experience. 

Well there you go....mostly I am in love with the mystery that is this blend on me. :purr:

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… I just need to have somebody talk about the patchouli. How present is it?  It’s my number one problem note.  I may have to resort to getting a trial vial, because BI is my favorite sexual phero too.  

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18 minutes ago, Eve said:

… I just need to have somebody talk about the patchouli. How present is it?  It’s my number one problem note.  I may have to resort to getting a trial vial, because BI is my favorite sexual phero too.  

I got a trial vial because patchouli is a death note to me. Generally, I see it and don't even read the other notes - just a hard no. I only tried this once and I didn't smell like cat pee, but the patchouli was definitely present.  While I didn't run to wash it off, it wasn't something I enjoyed or  tried again. I try not to leave negative reviews because I know it's my body chemistry with the patchouli, so I hadn't commented. I'm sure this is pure deliciousness on others who don't amp the patch. I so wanted this to work for me.

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@Kayla thank you for posting. Yeah, I try not to give a negative review either, but it’s not a reflection on the fragrance. Like you said, it due to our skin chemistry.  

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I consider myself fortunate to have a trial vial of vintage LP Black, which is either from 2006 or 2007.  So I was waiting for a time when I could compare the two.

 

Black original: For me the true core of the magic of Black is the brown sugar and honeycomb against the LP base.  It is very dark and thick and compelling in a sensuous way.

 

Black Pearl: I think it will deepen over time but right now this is far lighter-toned.  It has a different character anyway because of differences in the notes.  I feel like anyone who perhaps thought Black would be too intense might be interested in Black Pearl because the character of darker sweetness is prevalent but not as intense.  The creaminess smoothes everything and makes it harmonious.  But underneath that I get the black coconut and the spices.

 

As far as the patchouli - because I love patchouli I'm not as sensitive to it as those who don't like it; to me it's not as obvious, it's just a dark tone in the background, underneath the other notes.  I think the patchouli in the original is much "louder" so to speak.  Black Pearl has a bit of an earthy undertone but I think that could be attributed as much to the spices/balsam as the patchouli.

 

I love it!  In a way it reminds me of the original Raven Moon.

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I'm not a huge fan of this one. To be fair I usually have a problem with coconut and I was hoping that it wouldn't be prominent. It's a creamy sweet spicy coconut scent. The pachouli doesn't stand out to me but I really enjoy it and am not sensitive to it. I think if you like coconut you'll like this one. The maple sits in the background and I wonder if that's the rum smell you guys are getting.  

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