Have you ever marvel what the haunted room in The Shining smelled like? Have you ever longed to breathe the succulent scent of a horny previous ghost girl rotting bare in a tub? Now’s your probability! From Lucky Scent:
It’s not on a regular basis that we get a perfume based mostly on one of the terrifying movies ever made, however that is exactly what Room 237 is- an homage to Kubrick’s basic adaptation of Stephen King’s The Shining, the place the pastel-green lavatory of the titular room shelters an unspeakable evil. It’s not precisely the form of idea one makes an attempt calmly, however Bruno Fazzolari has delivered one thing actually distinctive, a smooth, enveloping, soapy-green scent that powerfully evokes a sense of dreamlike confusion that is each wearable and, dare we are saying, not less than a bit bit disturbing. Like its supply materials itself, Room 237 would not smash you over the top with its extra transgressive components, however slightly it attracts you additional into the room with Kubrickian deliberation- clear musk and resin movement along with artificial plastic and vinyl notes that assert themselves in waves, retaining you sniffing at your wrist regardless that you understand one thing about it feels flawed. And simply as Jack Torrance could not see the reality of Room 237’s lone resident till he was on the fringe of her bathtub and it was far too late, so too will you fall prey to this fascinatingly constructed perfume. Horror followers, perfume adventurers- you completely have to do that for your self.
Room 237 Fragrance Notes
Angelica, Flea Bane, Estragon, Costus, Oppoponax, Olibanum
What higher olfactory option to say “Heeeeere’s Johnny?”
Sample sizes can be found for $4, however a full-size 30mL bottle will run you $125.
Room 237 by Bruno Fazzolari [Lucky Scent]