Hanyo (2010)

Most of the beauty products on Hae-ra’s vanity are by the French brand Sisley Paris.

Half-hidden among other bottles there’s Phyto-Blanc Le Concentré pure bright activating serum.

In the central part of the table there are three tubes of Phyto Lip Shine lipstick.

Next to the lipsticks there’s a pump bottle of Phyto Teint Éclat long-lasting fluid foundation.

Behind the fluid foundation there’s a bottle of PhytoBlanc lightening toning lotion with botanical extracts.

Next there are two products for the eye area – the gentle eye and lip make-up remover and the eye contour mask.

On the far right side of the vanity there’s a tube of Eau de Campagne moisturizing body lotion.

Mozzarella Stories (2011)

There are two interesting perfumes in Autilia’s bathroom. The tall bottle on the left is L’eau d’Issey by Issey Miyake, the floral aquatic masterpiece by Jacques Cavallier that was launched in 1992. The drop-shaped bottle on the left is a more recent product – Givenchy Ange ou Démon eau de parfum, an amber floral fragrance created by Olivier Cresp and Jean-Pierre Bethouart and launched in 2006.

Pu bu (2021)

Lo Pin-wen (Alyssa Chia) is getting ready to go out on a date. There are some interesting beauty products on her bathroom shelf.

There’s Diptyque Baies candle in a black ceramic glass.

On its right there’s a white bottle of L’Erbolario Camellia shower gel.

On the washbasin counter there’s Issey Miyake L’Eau d’Issey summer eau de toilette, a limited edition from 2012.

Revolutionary Road (2008)

There’s a Guerlain flacon bouchon coeur on Milly’s dressing table.

Reading the front label is impossible, but I guess the bottle contains Mitsouko, one of the most popular creations of the Parisian maison, released in 1919.

On the left side of the table there’s a tin bottle of Kerkoff Djer Kiss talcum.

Thanks to signorina_misteriosa11 for submitting this post and to Caroline Louise for the talcum id.

Island of Lost Souls (1932)

There are many generic perfume bottles on Lota’s dressing table, but there’s one which cannot be ignored.

It’s the wonderful flacon bouchon coeur by Guerlain! Designed by Raymond Guerlain in collaboration with Baccarat, it was originally created to house extraits of three fragrances by Jacques Guerlain – L’Heure Bleue (1912), Fol Arôme (1912) and Mitsouko (1919).

All of them were already on the market when the film was made, but which one was so popular in the U.S.A. to appear as a prop in a controversial [1] science fiction horror film? I would personally go with Mitsouko.

The two atomisers on the left are by DeVilbiss.

[1] The film, violent and gruesome, was heavily censored for years.

Thanks to Ramón Jurado for submitting this post and to Caroline Louise for the DeVilbiss id.

Bodies Bodies Bodies (2022)

When Bee washes herself up, we can see a couple of Glossier products in the bathroom.

The first is a bottle of You, a floral powdery fragrance created by Dora Baghriche and Frank Voelkl and launched in 2017.

The second is a tube of Cloud Paint seamless cheek colour, possibly in Spark, a bright poppy shade.

Thanks to Alessandra for submitting this post.

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