Francesca Bianchi Angel's Dust was created in 2016 by Francesca Bianchi in Amsterdam. A floral woody musk, it is a contrast between innocence and, well, not so innocent. Notes of black pepper, mimosa, rose, iris, musk, sandalwood, tolu balsam, benjoin and vanilla. This is the extrait.
Francesca Bianchi perfumes are small batch perfumery using natural essences.
Fragrantica - "Sweetly sensuous, delicate, ethereal and unabashedly feminine and pretty, this fragrance is pure heaven for lovers of powdery sweet scents. The texture of this fragrance to my mind is soft and pillowy like eiderdown encased in blush pink silk. Angels Dust belongs to the same perfume genre as Citizen Queen; Eldo Putain de Palaces; lipstick Rose and Misia being an iris and rose centric fragrance with lashings of powdery notes that give a vintage makeup or baby lotion vibe."
Fragrantica - "Opening is super chalky but dries down to a lovely vanillic, angelic doll scent. Final thoughts: Smells like a cabbage patch kid eating a powdered donut, and I'm here for it."
Fragrantica - "To me, wearing this perfume feels like the equivalent of waking up with last night's eye makeup smudged around your eyes, your hair in a sexy tousled swirl. Boudoir gorgeous."
"A room full of dried flowers,
An angel used to live here,
Now only her dust remains.
It's feminine, but I like to wear it anyway. Beautiful, haunting, melancholic."