“She appears in a halo of exquisite fragrance.”
That’s why they can’t see those fangs on her, or the look in her eyes. She blinded them with olfactory science, that’s what.
Also, she is also packing some “glowing vibrant lipstick,” which helps to knock out her victims with “irresistible lip lure.” It emits invisible rays, no doubt.
There’s something quite terrifying behind her – either a hat veil or her dark wolf-like doppelgänger. Whatever it is, it looks like it’s ready for a little snack. And when its blood sugar starts dropping, it isn’t going to be in a good mood (and don’t we all know what that’s like!).
Later on, she will put all her new admirers in the dungeon, which is cleverly concealed behind the fake wall in her boudoir. Seriously, does this not look just like a horror movie poster?
Now if you can’t locate this exquisite stuff at the drugstore, you might like to make your own. And I have just the retro business opportunity for you:
Well, we can see that perfume is profitable! I just want to know how Mr. Schneider thinks we are going to make an exotic “Bouquet de Orient” with “no equipment.” Also, he is not even in the Orient. Last I heard, Milwaukee is not in Asia. So this really is going to take some devious trickery. I have a feeling that Vampirella will know just how to do it.
Advertisement (1936) from Duke University’s Ad Access. Classified ad from Popular Mechanics, March 1948.