Illusion (Falsifiers) Perfume Oil


"And now the moon is underneath our feet; Henceforth the time allotted us is brief, And more is to be seen than what thou seest." From Canto 29 of Dante's Inferno

Here is where those who have tricked their fellow man by illusion have to be forever. The counterfeiters, perjurers, alchemists, mountebanks, and impostors are lodged in this neighborhood of hell. Illusion is a wide topic and a lot of fun to play with, by its nature it needs to be highly attractive, downright fascinating. Black tea (flirty and strong) with a charming blown sugar edge (but managing to stay VERY dry), a whollop of frankincense, and a beautiful but unexpected pumpkin which somehow manages to preserve the gourd-like aspect of it all. Sexy, sophisticated, and heart stopping.


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Weight 0.0625 lbs

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1 review for Illusion (Falsifiers) Perfume Oil

  1. C.

    Preliminary notes: This has been on my list for a while. Pumpkin and tea sounds lovely.

    (Also, the original description says “blown sugar edge,” but virtually every review of this one I’ve read says it smells like brown sugar, so I’m assuming it might be a typo)

    In bottle: Everything is here and accounted for on first sniff, and I can’t really explain just what it smells like. It’s a bit fall candle-y, which isn’t something that bothers me, but it also smells elegant and refined on top of that.

    On skin: Largely the same as in the bottle. The tea takes an almost cinnamon edge on the skin, and the pumpkin becomes incredibly buttery. As I’m writing this, the cinnamon is amping into Red Hots territory, which is a very common thing for me, so take that with a grain of salt. Overall, it kind of smells like having a cup of tea while eating a slice of spiced pumpkin pie.

    Verdict: 4 spicy pumpkin pies with tea out of 5. I wish I didn’t amp cinnamon as much as I do, but other than that, it’s a lovely scent.

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