This is one of those posts that have been sitting in my drafts for a long time. I’ve recently got two requests to cover this scene (Madeleine emptying her white Chanel bag on the passenger’s seat of her car), so I guess the time to publish it has finally come.
The white jar with pink lid on the left is from the Christian Dior Hydra-Dior skincare line.
The gold tube is Estee Lauder Re-Nutriv hand cream (old packaging).
The white brush with black and gold handle is Le Fin du Fin sensational make-up brush by Lancôme.
The perfume bottle with sparkling stopper is White Diamonds by Elizabeth Taylor, a floral aldehyde fragrance by Carlos Benaim launched in 1991.
The jar with gold lid is another product by Lancôme. It probably contains a liquid foundation which I have no memory of, or maybe a moisturizer.
The lipstick in the red tube is Velvet Touch by Revlon (old packaging).
The lipstick in the white case looks like Clarins lipsticks from the 1990s. I’m not 100% sure of my ID but it’s my best guess.
Thanks to Alessandra and Ladiesofthepast for submitting this post.
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Great post. I used to love the packaging of the original Christian Dior skincare… though never actually used it. The red lipstick case is a Revlon Vintage Velvet Touch lipstick ( with the black and gold banding)
Thank you! I knew my lipstick ID was not correct 🙄