Funeral Home by Demeter Fragrance Library
Ah the novelty of Demeter Fragrance Library. Imagine Sephora’s scent section in the late 90s and you would’ve stumbled into the world of Baby Powder, Angel Food Cake, and Dirt. If Felicity was a real NYU student you know she would have worn Paperback to her shift at the local indie coffee shop Dean & DeLuca (RIP!) That’s the thing, there’s one gross, oddity scent for everyone. If you want to smell like a prepubescent alcoholic, may I suggest Gin & Tonic combined with Cotton Candy? Or a deranged toddler combo would be Play Doh with Elvira’s Zombie! I’m also just going to throw out this 90s fun fact that Kate Moss reportedly has worn their scent Dirt for many moons. Of course she has and you can too. They are trying to manipulate your memories with single notes which are unique to their line.
There’s no pyramid of top, middle, and base. If you spritz Funeral Home on you that’s what you’re getting for the next two hours. Their performance is pretty quick so if you hate it you won’t smell like Beet Root for eternity.
Funeral Home’s notes include classic white flowers including lilies, carnations, gladiolus, chrysanthemums with stems and leaves, with a hint of mahogany and oriental carpet. In real life you’ll smell like a widow with an excellent prenup.