Arcana Necklace Made Of Tears Review

Today we’ve got another review from the Queens Of Snow and Air, Necklace Made Of Tears. Necklace Made of Tears:  Poor Lully. Sticky spun sugar with frankincense tears, peach nectar, violets, lacrima water, and cardamom. In bottle:  Spicy aqauatic. Wet on skin:  Spun sugary goodness with a peach and violet kicker.  After just a few […]

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Arcana Little Lully Review

Chugging right along with the Queens of Snow and Air reviews, we’ve got Little Lully. Little Lully:  Our heroine. Innocent, gentle, rosy-cheeked. Tender new blossoms of lily of the valley and honeysuckle are kissed with coconut milk, copaiba balsam, and butter CO2 extract. In bottle: Cocoa butter! Wet on skin:  A very light floral which […]

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Arcana Gehern The Troll Review

Oooh, a troll perfume oil to review.  How exciting!   This is the third installment in the Queens of Snow and Air collection, Gehern The Troll to review. Gehern the Troll:  He lives high in the mountains in his frozen cave. Fresh gingerroot, warm gingerbread, nectarine, bergamot, sweet orange. In bottle:  Spicy ginger! Wet on skin: […]

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Arcana Astrid The Cold Review

Hello hotties!    Today’s review will be another selection from the Arcana Queens Of Snow and Ice LE collection, Astrid The Cold. Astrid the Cold:  The mystical, enigmatic queen of air. Neroli, chilled vodka, rich amber, oak moss, coconut husks, lavender. In bottle:  Neroli and lavender. Wet on skin:  The neroli is up front and […]

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Arcana Astrid’s Diadem Review

Hello hotties!   Today’s review is going to come from the new Queens Of Snow and Air collection from Arcana.  This collection is based upon an obscure fairy tale from the Brothers Grimm and it’s just a wonderful and whimsical collection of goodness now available at The Rhinestone Housewife. Astrid’s Diadem:  The Queen of Air’s […]

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