Different characters, different stories
The Kimono Gallery
Geiko (geisha) Kokin of Osaka, dressed in winter clothing. The same image appears in the book “Kyoto Osaka imayo bijin fuzoku” (The 66 most attractive geisha of Kyoto and Osaka) by Kazumasa Ogawa, published by Hakubunkan, in Meiji 36 (1903). Text and image via Blue Ruin 1 on Flickr
5 Reasons Why Witches Must Make Their Beds - WITCH
Veil Bakhoor - A tiny rose in very jar.... The scent of flowers, resins, roots and precious woods combine in a traditional Bakhoor style blend This blend has the mystique of a Middle Eastern Goddess , the "Queen of Heaven". A potent scent created to compliment the erotic movements of a veiled dancer. This truly exotic incense blend is a beautiful offering with small resin tears , rose petals, and precious woods touched with Rose oil.