Artist Product, Lifestyle, Product Review

Rebels and Outlaws – Sacred Ceremony

Sacred Ceremony
An opportunity for creatives, caregivers and cool kids to set up a sacred space and makeup station to conjure up art and service your client with good energy and great product. Designed by makeup artist and rebel, James Vincent, and activist and outlaw, Jeremy Meek, Rebels and Outlaws Sacred Ceremony is developed to allow artist and mystics to tap into the universe and find their muse while creating an unforgettable experience.
Prepared with blessed inspiration, poured with the best intentions, under the influence and illumination of our beautiful moon, our unguided meditation candles help you focus in the moment while making magic. Candles have been used since ancient times and are burned to summon a specific energy that is desired in your life.
Rebels and Outlaws Sacred Ceremonies candles are designed to radiate light and tap into your best self on set with fragrance and sacred formulations or help you focus at work or whenever you need an unguided recharge or renewal of energy. They shed light on the pathless path that begins anywhere and leads everywhere. They are the guide to where you need to be. The push and strength you need. Rebels and Outlaws candles provide a tangible object to tie your intention to.
(From the website.)

Let me begin this review by stating that I have an emotional attachment to Rebels and Outlaws. When I was first able to experience the beginnings of Sacred Ceremony, I was at a very open and vulnerable place in my life both professionally and personally. It was early October 2017 and I was at The Artist Summit in Provincetown, Massachusetts. I was at a point where I wasn’t sure of myself. I wasn’t sure of where my career was going to go. I wasn’t sure I could reach my goals and create the life I want while also balancing my family. So while I was at TAS, I completely opened myself up to the idea that maybe emotional wellness is what was missing from my equation.

Rebels and Outlaws – Sacred Ceremony

I placed my Rebels and Outlaws order as soon as they launched, so quickly that my order confirmation number was 4. I couldn’t wait to get home from TAS and completely change the layout of my studio and sacred space. I needed to create a space that, for me, was somewhere I could escape to. As soon as the package arrived, I lit Pilgrims Pride and just sat in the quiet. I focused on my breathing. And I let myself take it in. For me, Rebels and Outlaws came at a time when I needed to reset myself, and for that, they’ll always be present in my home, my space, my work and my life.

Image-1Now for the “technical” review. Holy crap do they ALL smell amazing! They’re incredibly fragrant, they make the entire 800 square feet up my upstairs smell delicious. The burn time on my large candles has averaged about 20 hours, and I haven’t finished my small one yet, but I’m half way through it at about 6 hours. So probably 10-12. They burn completely down, so there is no wasted wax. And they are packed so amazingly that you never have to worry about your USPS delivery damaging them. They’re in tins, not glass, and they’re wrapped beautifully. And that’s just the candles.

I’ve recently incorporated the Artists and Angels potion into my routine and my work space. “Art driven and muse oriented this magical elixir is the perfect room spray for focusing creativity, invoking inspiration or asking for spiritual guidance. Tiger Eye is included for balance and strength of will as well as to reduce anxiety in the creative process.” (From the description.) Neroli, witchhazel and cinnamon come together in such a magical way, I find myself feeling grounded and focused the moment I spray. I keep one in my studio and one in my kit.

I’m slowly working my way through burning every candle. I can’t wait to light my Back to Black. My only regret is that I didn’t by every Winter Solstice while it was available.

Five stars.

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