Masque Milano Ray-Flection

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All sales are final, we are a perfume sampling company - letting you try perfume before you invest in a bottle. Unfortunately, we cannot refund any product that you do not like. If you are new to perfume or wanting to break out of wearing the same scent, try our starter sampler packs so that you can find the perfume that works for you.


Masque Milano Ray-Flection is a new release in 2021.  Created by Alex Lee, it is inspired by the brilliance of sunlight on mimosa, it has notes of mandarin, aldehydes, cardamom, pure Jungle Essence, mimosa, violet leaves, solar rays, beeswax, cedar and musk. 

From the company -

"For this new chapter of the collection, we decided to create an “alien flower,” a floral perfume that has never been smelled before." - Alessandro and Riccardo, founders of Masque Milano."A dream. A flower, with an incredibly intense smell. And huge, humongous. Not a normal flower, one that you can find on earth. This flower was emitting a surprisingly bright light. As the time passed by, and the light grew even more dazzling, the flower starts melting, dripping like honey from a rich and mellow honeycomb." 

"I wanted to give the fans of Masque Milano a true mimosa fragrance, so I chose to use an overdose of MANE’s mimosa absolute which best represents the natural smell of mimosa. It is a quality that is as rich as mimosa’s natural head space with an elegant powdery facet." – Alex Lee

This is an eau de parfum, EDP. 

Masque Milano Ray-Flection Reviews

From Fragrantica - "  Ray-Flection is absolutely glowing, vibrant, exuberant and truly, the sum of its parts is greater than the individual accords even though the accords themselves are of such exquisite quality and composition that they can almost stand on their own."