I don't know what a sandalwood looks like. I could look it up, I know.

I picture it as a sandstone brown tree that's twisted up like curly hair. It has figgy branches and yellow-white blossoms the size of teacups. Jutting out of the tremendous blooms are sandy pistils that can be plucked off and sold directly as incense.

It believes in peace and decorating your house in dark reds.

Soul by Curve (on the skin of my fiance)

Initial image:
A normal, although rather attractive, young man going to work with a leather briefcase. It's spring and he has just showered.

Last image:
An Australian dog, wearing a leather coat, has peed on a sandalwood and then rolled on it.