Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab
Last Year’s Stale Candy Corn? Can’t be! Stale that is! I always thought of candy corn, marshmallow peeps, and twinkles as rations for the zombie apocalypse….I was positive that when there’s no more room in hell and the dead rise up from their graves that candy corn would be the one thing I could depend on to remain fresh as the day I purchased it.
Of course, did I mention I HATE candy corn with a passion but love the scent of it?
Needless to say Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab crushes my dreams though of using it as a ration for the apocalypse because this perfume oil is all about stale candy corn, last year’s in fact!
Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab Stage Blood is single note limited edition Halloween 2014 Perfume Oil that recently launched at the Lab.
I read a few reviews on Stage Blood and I also talked to a few people on forum who swore to the perfume oil gods that this was straight up cherry candy goodness. To say I was excited was an understatement since I really like candy, sweet, fruity perfumes!
On my body chemistry….well, there’s not cherry!
Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab Autumn Cider Perfume Oil brings together a sweet, delicious apple scent injected with tart lemon to create a very, very unique take on a most favorite Harvest drink!
Take a look!
Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab Suck It 2014 is a repromoted, limited edition Halloween 2014 Perfume Oil. I remember my first edition of Suck It, don’t quote me was 2012 and I ended up disliking the dry down.
Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab Suck It 2014 seems to finally get the notes down just right and the beautiful sweet, cherry candy-like scent wins a score on my possible “back up purchase list”.
When I started collecting Black Phoenix Alchemy Perfume Oils several years ago I remember being disappointed that they were no applicators for the oils. Each oil comes in a 5ML glass alchemy jar which is cute, vintage looking, and has a certain Gothic air about it! The perfume oil packaging with the custom labels are novel to say the least (I remember Beth used to hand print imp ear labels back in the day). But I remember my very first order I had a moment of, “well, ok, it smells nice, it looks nice, but how do I apply it?” and with that thought some disappointment upon realizing I had to place my finger over the opening of the bottle like a stopper and proceed to tip the bottle therefore wetting my finger with fragrance and proceeding to dab on my pulse points.
I also remember thinking, “There has to be a better way!?” I ended up doing a lot of searching, discussing with other BPAL lovers (because there are so many “How do you apply your BPAL oils?” threads on their forum) and finally discovering wand caps on E-bay. Basically these were the same size as the original bottle caps that graced the BPAL bottles but they had a short wand attached to the end to apply the oils from the bottle to your skin!