Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab Gorg’s Garden Perfume Oil is one of several Fraggle inspired fragrance oils from the Lab. As a child the Fraggles was one of my favorite show and to this day I still adore rewatching episodes on DVD (Yes, I own them)!
Hopefully some of you enjoy the magic of the Fraggles as well and perhaps even introduced your children to them!
Let’s take a sniff of Gorg’s Garden.
The Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab Dark Pumpkin Mead Perfume Oil is one of several new perfume oils that the Lab has launched for Halloween 2013. Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab (Bpal) or the Lab as fans fondly call it releases an extensive array of gorgeous perfume oils for the Fall season that are available for a limited time and Dark Pumpkin Mead happens to one.
Take a look!
Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab Alice in the Pumpkin Patch Perfume Oil is one of six new Pumpkin Patch Oils from the Lab which take old favorite fragrances and mixes them up with a little spicy pumpkin goodness!
Alice is a lab favorite for many a fine year. From my understanding the Mad Tea Party oils have always been a fond favorite of Beth’s, creator and founder of Black Phoenix Alchemy Labs as well.
Let’s take a look!
So maybe Juicy is a little too sweet for you might I tempt you with Juicy Couture La La Eau de Parfume in that case? This quiet little fragrance is for those who thought the original Juicy fragrance was a shy too sweet…!
Playful floral notes mixed with a delicate blend of sparkling mandarin make this a perfect scent for those who want their perfume to turn heads but not necessarily overwhelm or shout out when you enter into a room!
Take a peek!
This September the striking new Killer Queen by Katy Perry Eau de Parfum ($59) launched for the Fall 2013 season. Killer Queen by Katy Perry is the third fragrance the singer has released and is apparently completely different from prior releases she’s done.
“Killer Queen has been in my vocabulary since I was 15, because of the song ‘Killer Queen’ by Queen,” recalls Katy Perry to WWD recently. “Freddie Mercury painted the lyrics of this woman who I wanted to be. She seemed very powerful, and she captivated a room when she walked in. I named my company Killer Queen after those lyrics. I feel like, after all this time, it was appropriate to use that name in association with something I did. I feel like I’m falling, finally, into that woman Freddie painted.”
Kay explains, “When I was creating Killer Queen, I was really inspired by the idea of a strong, confident woman in power and that is exactly what I hoped to put into this fragrance, something that brings out the power inside of you.”
I’m a massive Queen fan and one of my favorite songs from the brand happens to be Killer Queen so I admit this was a key selling point of the fragrance for me.
Let’s take a look at the Killer Queen by Katy Perry Eau de Parfum.