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Diavolo (1997)
by Antonio Banderas

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Diavolo information

Year of Launch1997
GenderMasculine
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 18 votes)

People and companies

HouseAntonio Banderas
PerfumerRosendo Mateu
PackagingAndré Ricard
Parent CompanyPuig Beauty & Fashion Group > Puig Fragrance & Personal Care

About Diavolo

Diavolo is a masculine fragrance by Antonio Banderas. The scent was launched in 1997 and the fragrance was created by perfumer Rosendo Mateu. The bottle was designed by André Ricard

Reviews of Diavolo

rbaker Show all reviews
United Kingdom
A general citrus opening with a leafy undertone - that is how it starts. The drydown contains floral components with a fairly mundane patchouli, and the base turns out to have hints of woodsy notes with a light, sober and slightly sweet musk impression.

The sillage is soft, the projection limited on my skin, and I get seven hours of longevity on my skin. Overall this a a very generic and unexciting scent, and more than extremely unobtrusive - it is weak and boring. I am hovering between a neutral and a negative score, and its thorougly dull and unexciting nature tilts it towards the negative. 1.5/5.
24th October, 2015
bFlay Show all reviews
United States
Brisk, lemony opening that mellows to a slightly warmer "roses and woods" sort of base that is fairly masculine. I really don't get spice or patchouli/sandalwood. This presents a fairly pedestrian and unremarkable fragrance that probably has it's place in the market and certainly would be suitable for most men's wardrobe as an everyday or "work" scent as it is inoffensive and inexpensive. Longevity is quite short, less than 4 hours before this breaks down to an indiscernible soapy scent than nothing.
04th April, 2012
Very good fragrance, sweet, and lasts like forever. And it's not expensive at all, i got a set of 50ml fragrance+150ml (i think so, or 200ml) body spray for about 10€. For this huge quality i say the price it's too decent.
It has a a nice hypnotizing scent.
I still own this, my bottle it's like 75% full.
I recommend this from the bottom of my heart! Very amazing!
09th February, 2012
I agree that it's much like Fahrenheit w/ out the petroleum note. It's also a bit more herbal. It opens up very much like Lucky #6, and as Lucky #6 does, it instantly resembles the Fahrenheit opening. Though it quickly dries down into a green, patchouli, pink pepper, sandalwood, and musk, that's rather pleasant, although very close to the skin. Longevity and projection are both a shame on this. I do prefer it to Lucky #6 though, as it maintains its "Fahrenheit-ness" so to speak, for a much longer period than #6 does. Not my favorite from the AB house, but a good cheapy that doesn't smell too much like everything else.
31st December, 2011
Smells exactly like CK man but for a third of the price. Starts out very spicy, but then dries down to an almost rose scent. Very appealing. I like it.
19th October, 2009
now i do not consider myself a fragrance connoiseur as much as some of the other people here, and yes, the fragrance doesn't cost £100, nor is it a niche product. however, it smells good! once it heats up, it provides a very mysterious type of smell, with good projection. thumbs up.
10th February, 2009

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