Hell Hath No Fury
Hellbound Heart was inspired by female anger, something that's often discouraged and scrutinized. But as any woman (or human being) knows, anger is a necessary step of the healing process.
Ingrid drew from her own experiences, remembering the times she felt like a scorned woman, filled with rage, wanting revenge and often having to use her creativity as a release.
This is where the world of Hellbound Heart comes to be. Imagine the character of the scorned woman setting a house on fire, burning old love letters, and bathing in the tears of people who have wronged her as she laughs her way into hell.
With notes of roasted blood orange, bottled tears and torched paper, this scent is wickedly dark and full of vengeance, but it's also about finding release. Ingrid created this candle as a symbol and vessel for anger – when the flame goes out, an emotional cleanse has taken place.
If Hellbound Heart had to be summed up in one sentence it would be this: Being bad never smelled so damn good.
Imagine: A woman scorned, burnt bridges, bathing in the tears of lovers she doesn't love anymore, plotting revenge, no remorse, love letters set on fire, cracked mirrors, an emotional cleanse
Top: Roasted Blood Orange, Bottled Tears, Rosemary Sprigs
Middle: Torched Paper, Violet Petals, Patchouli Roots
Base: Charred Wood, Warm Amber, Guaiacwood
American made soy wax blend + cotton wicks
Custom fragrance oils made with synthetic + natural materials
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