Very helpful Review
Natural eroticism, grounded romance!
Hard to say why, but for me Devil's Nightcap conveys an intangible eroticism. No brothel eroticism, no big city eroticism. No! A natural, grounded eroticism: the image of a young, pale woman with shaggy hair, riding naked on a goat through a dark moor, only dimly visible in the soft light of the moon.
I can't smell the given notes directly (I remember the smell of oak moss completely different). To be honest, I find it hard to say what this perfume actually smells like, although a typical Lush farm vibe of homemade is resonating.
The next question is: Can I even wear this? I am neither female, usually not naked and only rarely ride on a goat through a moonlit moor.
Well, nevertheless, I think that the components of this perfume cannot be assigned to any particular gender, that it is definitely unisex enough to create different associations in a man, but in a similarly nature-loving and yet seductive direction.
So the scent of mine would even be very suitable for everyday use, because despite the typical organic farm vibes of Lush, I can't imagine that anybody doesn't like it at all. For me, however, it is much too special to wear it while shopping, for example. Not because the scent would not match the situation, but the situation would be too banal for this scent, which would offend him somehow.
I can perfectly imagine the fragrance for romantic evening walks in idyllic landscapes with a person you love. Practically a date perfume for all those who prefer to lie with their loved one on a lake under the stars instead of sitting in an overpriced sushi restaurant.
Durability is a solid 8 hours, with a suitable average Sillage. Devil's Nightcap does not have a particularly complicated course and remains rather linear. Surely great on both sexes, although it would really captivate me on a woman.
So, girls, if any of you are thinking of seducing me: Grab your goat, spray this water up and down to the next bog (with a little luck I'm at a pond at night fishing).