A huge display of Chanel Chance can be seen in different scenes, all set in the Parisian department store where the protagonists have a dangerous night. The woody perfume, housed in a unique round bottle, was created by Jacques Polge and launched in 2003.
There's a Cire Trudon candle in the State Secretary's office.
Several bottles of Issey Miyake L'Eau d'Issey eau de parfum are displayed in the luxury department store where most of the film is set. The eau de parfum version was launched in 2006, while the original eau de toilette was launched in 1992. A Jacques Cavallier creation, it's one of the first ozonic/aquatic perfumes which… Continue reading Nocturama (2016)
Enid keeps some beauty products on a small table in her bedroom. The two dropper bottles are Pearlessence products - overnight recovery serum in the gold one, Vitamin C + hyaluronic acid brightening facial serum in the dark one. The tube on the right is Gold Bond Ultimate Radiance Renewal hydrating cream.
The red nail polish seen in Frannie's bedroom is by Christian Dior.
After her son Brendan leaves for college, Eve (Kathryn Hahn) accepts to go out on a date. Her bathroom shelf is busy with skincare products. On the left side of the mirror shelf there are three Suki products. It's hard to identify them because the same packaging has been used for different products. My guess… Continue reading Mrs. Fletcher E02 (Free Sample)
Several bath products can be seen in Eve's bathroom. The green bottle is Irish Spring body wash. Then there's Aveeno Positively Nourishing calming body wash. Next, there's a Redken product (a shampoo or hair conditioner in the old packaging). The white jar with black cap is the ultra-protect body balm by Suki. Last, a bottle… Continue reading Mrs. Fletcher E01 (Empty Best)
There's Colgate shaving cream on Tyler Durden's bath-tub.
I've covered Stevie Nicks' bathrooms and dressing rooms several times: I've always loved her music and style, so it's intriguing to identify the beauty products and perfumes she uses in real life. Some time ago a reader of this blog submitted a couple of pictures from the 1980s I'd never seen before. In both of… Continue reading Stevie Nicks’ Tables
Frank Tassone is a superintendent in Long Island: he's successfully brought the local high school - Roslyn High School - among the top schools of the country. He's appreciated by his colleagues, students and parents. He's always carefully groomed and loves using beauty products. In the opening scene he uses Lucky You by Liz Claiborne.… Continue reading Bad Education (2019)