Stephane Humbert Lucas 777

Mortal Skin

Eau de Parfum

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A bewitching beauty from the master of modern Oriental perfumes. This mysterious and evocative perfume designed to evoke the feel of a viper begins with a mote of leather and blackberry which dries down to reveal notes of ink, styrax, opoponax, cardamom, iris, sandalwood, myrrh, cedar, birch, ambergris, and civet. This is not an easy perfume and needs an adventurous and open mind to appreciate the interplay of dark animalic and some lighter woodsy/spicy notes. The feeling created is right on - a mysterious, slithery, viper nestled among the forest vines. The bottle with its beautiful embossed viper with crystals for its eyes is also a work of art. Stunning and definitely not for the faint hearted.
By   - Professor and Perfumer from Charlottesville on 1/22/2019
"Where's my serpent of old Nile?"—This is how Mark Anthony called Cleopatra, and also how I called this perfume. One of the kind. Best of the bests. I'll buy a full size sooner or later.
By   - Student from Pittsburgh on 2/18/2018
Enigmatic, lithe, familiar yet new. Ancient ingredients and a sweet blackberry ink weave its tale. Soft in its delivery and expertly blended. Sexy in a sleek, mysterious way.
By   - Author from Phoenix on 5/24/2017
Mortal Skin is an absolutely beautiful scent and difficult to actually describe besides the above notes. It is unlike anything else I have (and believe me I have a lot of perfumes). The bottle is also very gorgeous and befitting of the fantastic perfume inside.
By   - Paralegal from Baltimore on 4/12/2017
In case you cannot get hold of Guet-Apens/Attrappe-Coeur/No. 68/Vol de Nuit Evasion/Royal Extrait you might want to give Mortal Skin a try. Even though its opening reminds me of Etat Libre d'Orange's Tom of Finland, the drydown in my opinion very much resembles Mathilde Laurent's creation. Anyway, this is a lovely woody oriental scent, but a bit stricter than Guet-Apens.
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