Isabelle Huppert’s Dressing Room

If you, like me, are a fan of Isabelle Huppert, you’ll be delighted to see this backstage picture, taken on April 15th, 2019 at the Linda Gross Theater in New York. For roughly two months the French actress performed as the Mother in the namesake play by Florian Zeller, under the direction of Trip Cullman.

From left to right there are:

 

dovedeodorant_bornunicornDove spray deodorant

avene_hydranceoptimale_bornunicornAvène Hydrance Optimale light hydrating cream

byterry_terryblydensilissfoundation_bornunicornBy Terry Terrybly Densiliss foundation

chanel_rougecoco_bornunicorn

Two Chanel lipsticks

esteelauder_doublewearfoundation_bornunicornEstee Lauder Double Wear liquid foundation

narsblush_bornunicorn

nars_softvelvetloosepowder_bornunicorn

NARS blush and loose face powder

As a die-hard fan of Diptyque, I must admit I jumped on my chair when I saw an eau de toilette bottle on Isabelle’s table. I’m not 100% sure of my id because the front label is partially hidden, but my guess is that she uses Do Son, a tuberose fragrance created in Fabrice Pellegrin and launched in 2005.

sergelutens_lorpheline_bornunicornNext to the Diptyque bottle there’s a Serge Lutens fragrance. In this case, it’s impossible to tell what it is.

tigerbalm_white_bornunicorn

 

There are also two items that not beauty-related but are very nice: a small jar of Tiger Balm (one of my staples) and a tin box containing Gommose Leone, delicious Italian liquorice gummy candy.

Thanks to Scentimentalist for the foundation id.

Picture source.

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