About This Project

When it comes to the presence of beauty products, accessories, make-up and perfumes in TV shows and movies, the line dividing blatant advertising and the need for props in a production is sometimes extremely blurred. I personally see it as a form of art, the way in which property masters and set decorators contribute in establishing a certain atmosphere and in expressing the personality of characters.

I first started identifying make-up products in movies and tv shows in 2010: my very first post was about NARS compacts and lip lacquer appearing in Sex and the City S03E07 (Drama Queens). One year earlier, in 2009, I had spotted NARS lipsticks and Diptyque Olene in the super-busy bathroom cabinet of Sofia Coppola: I guess it was the spark that started the fire. Other ids I did in 2010/2011 include NARS Velvet Matte lip pencil in Damned, spotted in True Blood S03; NARS eyeshadows and lip lacquers in Anand Tucker’s Shopgirl; NARS lipsticks and compacts in David Frankel’s The Devil Wears Prada; NARS loose powder in Sex and the City S04E02 (The Real Me); NARS lipgloss in Sofia Coppola’s Lost in Translation.

Perfumes seen in movies and TV shows have been largely discussed in perfume forums and blogs; here you will find most of them (with screencaptures or quotes, when needed) and others I’ve spotted myself.

The sightings of make-up items, beauty products and tools are mine, if not stated otherwise. Screencaps are mine, if not stated otherwise.

If you want to say hi or send contributions, you can find me at bornunicornblog[at]gmail.com.

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