Winter Kitty (Perfume Oil) by For Strange Women

Winter Kitty 2009 Perfume Oil

22.10.2019 - 06:22 PM

You Cat to Be Kitten Me, Meow

Winter Kitty goes on with mint, frankincense, and dust, yielding the kind of smell that you'll find in a head shop, or at the back of a book store when someone is burning an incense too heavy for the enclosed space. In the initial stage the quality mint proves interesting (no toothpaste stuff). It is a little choking, at least in warmer temperatures. After four hours, it has become a 1" or so radiating scent, not quite a skin scent; it still feels "close" and warm. It lasts for easily 12 hours plus. Overall, this wasn't bad, but it wasn't great, either. On the right person, this could be a signature scent, but alas, not on me.
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