You walk through a thick wood where only small beams of light can shine through. The trees are heavy with moss and the soft and spicy scent of earth. Determined blooms of jasmine and tuberose fight for the sparse light that will keep them alive. A shiver runs down your back and you feel the humid breathe of a wolf down your neck. An uneasiness directs you into a broad meadow where the blinding light makes you sneeze. You overturn a log: damp ground and creatures that haven’t seen the sun in years. You no longer know where you are or where you long to be. The dark side is irresistibly fascinating, perhaps stronger than any fears and uneasiness it produces.
Luci ed Ombre speaks to chiaroscuro, or the practice of using light and dark in painting for dramatic effect. These opposites not only cohabit a space but also make one another more powerful. The scent portrays both an energetic freshness and a dark animalic truth. Notes of ginger and earthy patchouli balance indolic florals and a wisp of incense. A perfect scent for those seeking something truly mysterious and captivating.