Deeper down the rabbit hole into a dark forest where strange creatures lurk. Never Seen by Waking Eyes is a warm woods fragrance with notes of wormwood (absinthe), incense, cedarwood, dirt, musk, vanilla and amber. "Still she haunts me, phantomwise, Alice moving under skies, never seen by waking eyes." Lewis Carroll
Andromeda's Curse perfumes are handcrafted, small batch vegan perfume oils made with high-quality essential and fragrance oils blended into fractionated coconut oil.
Reddit: Wet, this one opens with an incense that smells quite like nag champa, backed with a light and soft dirt note. A woody base thrums in the background, along with a mild oud - no dank bandaids here, but a touch of it for some oomph. It isn't overbearing with sillage, and starts off well blended from the gate. As it dries down the musk gets louder but not intrusive, just enough to create a fuzzy base for everything else to sit on. The incense amps with wear (though I personally tend to amp nag champa, so it may only be me) but remains grounded in that there's no fighting with the rest of the perfume; it never smells like a new age shop. This is another with lower sillage and clingy wear, but it feels like it has to ability to improve that with age. I was really impressed with the blending of this one too, it smells like an expensive and smart cologne. Very wearable and unisex, strangely comforting, and dare I say it - a little bit sexy too. I will definitely full bottle this.