Devil In Disguise by Mark Buxton Perfume.
Devil in Disguise, a unisex fragrance launched in 2012 by Mark Buxton, features a most wicked blend of ingredients that come together to form an alluring scent. One might call it a “spellbinder”, as the smell can enchant you with its charm. Spicy opening notes of rhubarb and ginger grab your attention. The main body is sweetly floral with notes of magnolia and neroli. Earthy and aromatic notes of patchouli, vetiver, and musk lay a solid foundation.
Whether you’re man or woman, you can indulge in the epicene scent of Devil in Disguise.
Mark Buxton, a well-regarded English perfumer, is the nose behind this fragrance and all the others in his relatively new brand, the oldest one being from 2008 and the newest from 2016. He has worked and collaborated on commercial, designer, and indie fragrances. Considered by himself to be hedonist, Mark also enjoys artwork, gastronomy, and collecting antiques, which contribute to his worldliness.