No, you cannot.
The description of the Disguise skill opens and closes it pretty succinctly.
You are skilled at changing your appearance.
But even that is little to go on and nearly fluff, so looking more into it, you find that every reference for the skill is "you" using Disguise or "others" trying to pierce the Disguise.
Your Disguise check result determines how good the disguise is, and it is opposed by others’ Perception check results. If you don’t draw any attention to yourself, others do not get to make Perception checks. If you come to the attention of people who are suspicious (such as a guard who is watching commoners walking through a city gate), it can be assumed that such observers are taking 10 on their Perception checks.
You get only one Disguise check per use of the skill, even if several people make Perception checks against it. The Disguise check is made secretly, so that you can’t be sure how good the result is.
The effectiveness of your disguise depends on how much you’re changing your appearance. Disguise can be used to make yourself appear like a creature that is one size category larger or smaller than your actual size. This does not change your actual size or reach, should you enter combat while wearing such a disguise.
No references to Disguise are made in PHB errata, and the official database returns limited associated material. There are a few other noteworthy points
- Perform can be used to Disguise Yourself "as the Disguise Core skill"
- Disguise in Conflict from Ultimate Intrigue expands and clarifies the Disguise rules very well
- It includes reference that Disguise is more than just makeup and a set of clothes (using the vocal alteration spell as an example), implying that your benefit really is how good you are at pulling off a Disguise
- Numerous class features affect Disguise, and many of the benefits gained would make no sense when applied to Disguise another
Furthermore, Paizo changed the text from D&D 3.5 (SRD link does not include original text)
Use this skill to change your appearance or someone else’s.
This shows clearly that not only can you not Disguise another RAW, but also that you aren't intended to be able to.