- New Orleans Voodoo
- Marie Laveaux Collection
- Marie Laveau Man Trap Rollerball
Marie Laveau Man Trap Rollerball
Everything about this oil speaks of bewitchment and seduction; the name, like a Black Gypsy’s powerful love spell, the playful and sensual fragrance, and the client testimonies that its magick works on men like a powerful hypnotic drug. If you are having a hard time finding a man, wear Man Trap Oil out on the town and watch strangers flock to you like moths to a flame. The scent of this magickal oil is poised between fetish and fairy tale; its magic acts as an aphrodisiac of the senses and catnip to men!
Voodoo Mama's Marie Laveaux Man Trap Conjure Perfume is designed to be worn as a perfume, although you can use it in your magickal pursuits like any conjure oil. Its fragrance is grounded in vetiver with floral notes that include magnolia blossoms. Magnolia trees are a permanent fixture in Southern culture as the flower of the Magnolia tree (Magnolia grandiflora) has been the official state flower of Louisiana since July 12, 1900. This exquisite tree with its magnificent blossoms has also been the official state flower of Mississippi (the "Magnolia State") since 1952, as well as the official Mississippi state tree since 1938.
This is my absolute favorite conjure perfume to wear, though it is quite expensive to make. Still, it had to make a comeback as it has been my best selling perfume oil since 2009. Once you experience the fragrance for yourself, you will understand why. Use it to dress candles and petition papers if you must, and always, always, wear it as a perfume!
This oil costs more than others due to the high cost of the ingredients. For external use only.
Floral and earthy: it’s everything you love about Voodoo Mama's Conjure Perfumes in a grab-and-go rollerball.
- Fragrance type: Floral, Earthy
- Notes: Vetivert, Magnolia and other essential oils
- 10.35 ml/.35 fl. oz
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