luna65 Posted May 22, 2010 Share Posted May 22, 2010 Touch of Ebil EBIL yummy goodies from the creepiest midway around…sweet vanilla cotton candy is made sinful with warm woods and dark smoky creamy caramel…spookily sexy yet also cute and fun for Springtime! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Magickal Meanings of Ingredients: VANILLA ~ Aphrodisiac, inspires happiness, playfulness, sexual arousal, lust, vitalizing. SUGAR ~ Attracts love, luck, sweetness and riches. Lust inducing. LEMON ~ Energizing, uplifting. Longevity, faithfulness, fidelity, friendship. Used to attract spirits. SMOKE ~ In addition to the attributes of whatever is being burned (resins, woods, etc), smoke is for cleansing, purification, renewal, consecration, concealment and celebration. AMBER ~ Fertility, love, luck, riches. WOODS ~ Fertility, purification, strength, rejuvenation, calming and soothing, healing, protection, money, long life. NOTE: While the citrus in this blend is quite well diluted, please be aware that citrus on bare skin under direct sunlight can burn and even bleach the skin. Take care, if you plan to wear citrus perfumes outside during the day, make sure that the areas on which you've applied it are covered by clothing. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Heh, "ebil" is one of those Internet-isms I always think should be pronounced EBIL! Those of you who've watched Spongebob Squarepants with your kids,* it's like when Mermaid Man (voiced by Ernest Borgnine) says "Eeeevvvviiilllllll!"I see this as a sequel-of-sorts to Santa Carla '09 - not that it's meant to be, necessarily - but it's that same sense of something so sweet and innocent then corrupted somehow. Like visiting The October Country in scented form.It starts out as a yummy fluffy vanilla cloud...I don't know if it's cotton candy to my nose exactly but there is a sense of crystallized sugar, definitely. That scent in the air as you're walking the midway, I guess. After a couple minutes the darker elements insinuate themselves within the heart of that sweetness. The lemon note is there in the top, giving a slight sparkle to the sugar but the amber and woods are a smooth shadow at the bottom. I don't really get a sense of the smoke except as an aspect of that darker side. We like what we like, and I've always liked the combination of bright sugar with thick silky darkness. Besides the OMGYUM of this as perfume, I think it would make a great scent for B&B (Y YAIS I LIEKS 2 SMELLZ LIEK DA NOMZ IN MAI SHOWER, Y DO U ASK?)*Apologies to those who watch it by themselves becaue they like it...I completely understand. My son outgrew The Fairly Oddparents but I still like it. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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