Shuu: Nemoto Keiko-san
Jiiro: Namikawa Daisuke-san
Kurukku: Hazuki Erino-san
Marumaro: Uran Sakiko-san
Zora: Paku Romi-san
Blue Dragon: Takatuka Masaya-san
Minotaurus: Ochiai Kouji-san
Saber Tiger: Horikawa Jin-san
Hei: Kiuchi Hidenobu-san (YES!)
In: Fukuen Misato-san
Mao: Sawaki Ikuya-san
Hwan: Ikeda Masaru-san
More Black Phoenix reviews...
What They Say: Cherubic white sandalwood and golden musk with a dark halo of amber, a breath of imperial florals, unbending woods, and the shadow cast by vetiver and violet.
Bottle: It smells so ordinary. Even Kabuki, which I hated, was never ordinary.
Skin: Spicy, a little floral.
Dried: Same as above. Maybe I should try this one again? I don't know... it's just not very exciting for me. But it IS a good basic scent. Reading the description again, makes it sound amazing. Hmm.
What They Say: Named after the Roman God of Sleep. This blend helps bring on deep, restful, natural sleep.
Skin: You can smell the roses, but the scent is more complex that that, so -- objectively-speaking -- it's a rather nice scent.
Dried: This is supposed to make you feel sleepy? No, no, NO. It made me feel sad and empty. Roses make me nostalgic for England and make me think of times past. Not a good scent to fall asleep to.
What They Say: A mysterious, enigmatic blend of dry, mellow rosewood, crushed rose leaf and the slightest touch of warm hazel.
Bottle: I'm not sure about this one at all. Smells interesting though, which will always make me happy.
Skin: Has a very 'dry' scent. I vaguely remember this one was meant to conjure up images of Victorian dining rooms and the like. It's working.
Dried: This one was a real mistake to wear to work; it's gorgeous and has a real creative streak behind it, but it is definitely (defiantly?) 'gothic'. I like it!
What They Say: Their perfume is that of sturdy oak bark, dew-kissed leaves, twilight mist and crisp apple.
Bottle: Something familiar, but I can't quite place it?
Skin: Hmm... Smells like pear and dirt. After some dicussion, we realised it must be apple. And dirt.
Dried: It's really quite nice, but it still has that earthy undertone. I'll happily exchange this one for another interesting scent.
I still haven't started on the WSB... I'm so sorry. ^^ I don't feel well at all right now.