The episode opens with an ordinary scene: the heiress Coco St. Pierre Vanderbilt (Leslie Grossman) is getting a haircut. She wants to become an Instagram influencer: she has no intention to “show her full ass crack” so her hairstyle “has to be on point.” Her hair stylist is Mr. Gallant (Evan Peters), who comes from a rich family just like Coco but, unlike her, has been able to make something out of himself: he’s a celebrity hair stylist, “the new Chris McMillan“.
The hairspray Mr. Gallant uses on Coco is Wella Mistify Me Light from the EIMI line.
On the counter in front of Coco there are other products from the same line: Perfect Setting (but Sugar Lift and Body Crafter have the same spray bottle) and Stay Styled hairspray.
On the same counter there’s also a Mason Pearson hairbrush.
Lots of Orly products can be seen at the Nail Artisan salon of Manatee County; among them, some boxes of Bonder rubberized base coat.
There’s an Orly LED UV lamp, too.
Some Essie nail polishes in red shades are displayed on the wall and one, in a rusty red shade, can be seen on Jen’s table.
There are lots of make-up products in Chanel Oberlin’s dressing table drawer. From left to right: there is a MAC 190 foundation brush, along with Dior Diorshow Maximizer lash plumping serum in the white tube, L’Oreal Color Riche eyeshadow quad (the shade could be Cupa Joe #839 or Because You’re Worth It! #841), two Stila Lip Glaze glosses, a MAC lip liner and a black Z Palette with depotted blushes and eyeshadows.
Dandy Mott (Finn Wittrock) buys some beauty stuff for the Tattler twins. His purchases include Bésame Cosmetics cake mascaras and lipsticks (in the trademark red velvet pouch) and Royalty hair nets (in their original 1950s packaging). He also buys compacts, hair clips, Band Aid tin boxes, satin headbands and eyelash curlers.