Hello, autumn! It’s time to review a perfume by Arcana Wildcraft – and this one symbolises autumn in (probably) the best possible way. If you’re interested in atmospheric scents but still prefer warm, foody scents, Leaves Falling Like Rain is for you.
In honor of our beloved Pacific Northwest and the best time of the year. A comforting base of brown sugar, caramel, gingersnaps, and cappuccino is sparked off with hints of vintage patchouli, hyssop, mullein, and white pepper.
As you probably know, I was wary of mint for the longest time. However, Arcana Wildcraft’s Glittering Blue convinced me to try out more scents like that, so now I have a little army of the Glitterings on my nightstand. 🙂
With the imminent snowstorm, I thought this would be a great opportunity to share my impression of Arcana Wildcraft’s Snow Witch collection before it really gets too warm. The Snow Witch collection has been released in late November 2020. It consists of 6 perfume oils priced at $26 USD each. While you can find all of them here on Arcana Wildcraft’s website, some of the scents have been sold out already. You might find them at other retailers or on the aftermarket.
I actually bought decants of 4 different scents that piqued my interest, and later I bought a full size of (spoiler alert!) Moonrise because I liked it that much. If you’re interested in Ritual and Embers, read the Redolent Mermaid’s review. You know I trust her opinion.
Without further ado, here are the reviews of the Arcana Wildcraft Snow Witch collection!
My venture into the indie perfume world started ages ago. Can you image it’s been more than 5 years already? Well, the perfume I’m going to review today – Black Kittens by Cocoa Pink – has been in a drawer for almost five whole years. Why did it take me so long to review it? You tell me. 🙂
Cocoa Pink Black Kittens – Review
Black, Boo Boo Lemon Noel, a drop of Egyptian Musk.