Fantome Faun "Opens with a deceptive hint of sweetness from neroli, grapefruit, and iris—then deepens into dark vetiver, oakmoss swirled in amber, and hints of animalic musk."
From the brand - "Fauns are often tricksters in mythology. The earliest accounts had them inspiring fear in lost travelers who encountered them in the wild, with the ability to guide if they chose instead. A faun is often portrayed as clever but naive—half beast and half man—and a follower of Pan, the god of the wilderness."
Fantome perfumes are indie, small batch handmade and vegan. This is a perfume oil.
Reddit - "I got a blast of neroli upon application. But the oak moss and musk are the stars of the show. This one is definitely unisex but imo leans masculine. Though it’s not a me scent, I definitely appreciate it for what it is. I never really get the grapefruit note but what is there only brightens up the scent. The vetiver definitely lends a woody tone initially upon dry down, but it still ends up primarily oakmoss and animalic musk."
Yuzu's Vanity - "Faun is a well polished, ‘sad pretty’ type of scent (some people look like faeries as they cry, Faun would be one of them) that feels cold and lonely, and smells a lot more expensive than it’s price tag. A must try from their catalogue if you want to try a darker scent without the typical musk/incense/resin notes."