Name: Bluebeard Resurrected
Manufacturer: Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab – Diabolus: Resurrected
Scent Description and Notes: “A scent swirling with dark rage, unbridled jealousy, and murderous intent. Violet, lavender, white musk and vetiver.” -https://blackphoenixalchemylab.com/shop/limited-edition/resurrected/bluebeard-resurrected/
Oil Color: Colorless on my skin.
Bottle Design and Artwork: This is a standard brown apothecary bottle. The label wrapped around the bottle features the name of the company and “Resurrected” in orange bold font justified to the left along the top and the bottom of the bottle. The name of the scent is in much larger while bold font justified to the right above the company name. The label art is as featured:
- ITB: I was lucky enough to have an imp of the original, so I’ll add in my thoughts regarding how this compares to my aged imp. In the bottle, Bluebeard Resurrected is all clean, soapy French lavender. There’s just a tinge of vetiver that peeks out from around the base of the lavender, but the lavender really is super dominant here. The aged original, however, is much more complex. The vetiver and white musk are the dominant notes, while lavender seems to exist as a middle note instead.
- Wet: Resurrected is strongly herbal, almost soapy lavender with gobs of vetiver and light musk proudly proclaim their presence on my skin. It’s strong enough that I might wait a few minutes to put this on before immersing myself in public. However, the original version of the scent isn’t quite so strong and abrasive in the lavender department. The musk and vetiver are more apparent along with light violets and something that smells vaguely of licorice root.
- Dry: While the Resurrected version doesn’t last terribly long, what I do have remaining is very light violet, white musk with a hint of herbal qualities, but the lavender has all but disappeared after 3 hours.