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NEW: Smell Bent Limited Edition Attack of the Killer Smellies Halloween Perfume

Smell Bent limited edition Halloween 2010 perfume

Smell Bent has introduced  5 new limited edition Smellies available in EDT and perfume oil formats. Smell Bent is celebrating their 1 year anniversary with a new fragrance, oh niche perfume houses grow up so fast these days :). And Smell Bent has launched 4 fragrances for Halloween (my favorite holiday other than Nowruz). Here they are:

One – Notes of aging paperbacks, cardamom, dark vanilla, dry wood, and sweet musk (my review here)

Bewitched, Bothered & Bewilderness – “The sweet, spicy brew of a bubbling cauldron set againist the lush scent of a forest night”. Hmm…leaves something to the imagination with that note list. (my review here)

Lucy Fur – red musk, vanilla cream, and patchouli (my review here)

Helen Carnate – red musk, dark chocolate, red mandarin, and a hint of vetiver (my review here)

Lumberjack Werewolf – wolf musk and freshly cut timber…sounds very Western Washington to me! (my review here)

So what do you think? Any of these stand out to you? I do have samples of these and I will be writing reviews of them…stay tuned. I like the idea of a “spooky” fragrance. BEWARE- these are only going to be around until November 1st. My luck I’ll love one of these Smellies and <poof> it’ll be gone.

Sample packs are available including all of the fragrances mentioned above. The oil sampler goes for $15 and the sprays for $25. Only available at Smell Bent.

13 thoughts on “NEW: Smell Bent Limited Edition Attack of the Killer Smellies Halloween Perfume

  1. Ok, I guess I should just over the goofiness and try these. “Bewitched, Bothered and Bewilderness” has intrigued me. However, by the time my budget recovers from my vacation, these scents will be long gone.

    1. They really aren’t going to be out very long, are they?
      They are goofy, like most beauty items, I try to ignore names and just like what I like. It’s difficult to be objective!
      I’m at the trade fragrance for a vacation stage! I really need one.

    1. I look forward to trying Lumberjack Werewolf. The only one I’ve tried yet is Helen whatever…I really like it. It isn’t complex but it is such a comforting scent.

      1. I’ve tried it and really like it. It’s more of a masculine scent but a lady can totally wear it too. It’s a weird fragrance but totally wearable.

  2. I didn’t know there was such a thing as Halloween perfume! I love the idea! I love to decorate and dress up for Halloween. I should smell like Halloween too!

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