Cosmetic pop-pretty florals. Equally inspired by Andy Warhol's polaroid of Dolly Parton and the more subversive photography of Guy Bourdin, Cameo combines notes of skin musks, crystallized ginger, rose, vanilla, and sparkling white woods. This scent is absurdly pretty, to a subversive degree. It is named after the Wedgewood porcelain pendants, depicting portraits in the profile set against the color pink.
crystalized ginger, rose, tuberose, vanilla, white woods and musk
CHROMESTHESIA SERIES 2—A behavior which produces a visual impression based on stimuli; in this case, through scent. Each candle in this new collection from Boy Smells was designed in coordination with the color of its packaging. They also combine essential oils matched with their molecular identicals; merging nature and the instinct to replicate it. Decadently named, these candles are best described as hyper-natural.
Boy Smells Scents Candle
Boy Smells candles are all developed and mixed in the Los Angeles studio with fine perfume and essential oils, all-natural coconut and beeswax.
The candles hand-poured in a reusable glass vessel, and hand-labeled in Los Angeles, California.
All Boy Smells’ products are paraben, paraffin, sulphate, and phthalate free.
Each scent has been developed to have its own unique expression.
Dyed coconut and beeswax blend with braided cotton wick, in glossy slipper pink glass tumbler with pink label.
Comes in embossed matte slipper pink carton with pink labels.
Created by David Kien and Matthew Herman and started of as a scent experiment and later developed into a product.
Established in 2014. Products all manufactured in U.S