There’s a pump bottle of Aesop Geranium Leaf body cleanser in Vanja’s bathroom.
The Woman (Tilda Swinton) is applying mascara in front of a round mirror. The bathroom she’s in is tiled in different colours and is full of beauty products and toiletries.
Starting from the left red-tiled niche, I’ve identified:
Rochas Eau de Rochas bath and shower gel
Chanel La Crème Main hand cream
Perlier Honey Miel bath and shower cream and Thai Coco body lotion
Chanel Paris-Biarritz shower gel
Moving right, there’s the blue-tiled niche, where there are two hair products:
John Frieda Luxurious Volume Touchably Full conditioner
L’Oreal Extraordinary Oil oil-in-milk leave-in hair cream
Now there’s the washbasin counter, packed with bottles of medicines.
The first perfume bottle I’ve spotted is Hermès Eau de Citron Noir cologne.
Then there’s obviously the Chanel No. 5 factice.
There’s also a bottle of Chanel Les Beiges foundation among the medicine bottles.
All the right part of the counter is for Chanel make-up items. So we can see
Joues Contraste powder blush
Rouge Allure red lipstick
A cream blush
Poudre Universelle Libre loose powder
Les 4 Ombres eyeshadow palette in Tissé Camélia
Palette Essentiel in Beige Clair
Les Beiges compact powder
Le Lift Lèvres et Contours firming cream.
Last, two toothpastes in a silver glass
One is Marvis Classic Strong Mint toothpaste.
The other is Verkos Kemphor toothpaste.
Lots of things happen at the birthday party that Michael organises for Harold: for example, the fight between Emory (Robin de Jesús) and Alan ends up with a split lip. Bernard (Michael Benjamin Washington) takes his friend to the toilet, where they check the wound.
On a shelf in Michael’s bathroom there are four products.
The glass bottle on the left is Listerine mouthwash.
The cardboard shaker contains Spicy perfumed talc by Avon.
Next there’s Lucky Tiger hair tonic with oil.
On the far right side of the shelf there’s a glass jar of Vaseline petroleum jelly.
Lena (Penélope Cruz) has several beauty products on her vanity.
There’s a can of L’Oreal Elnett Satin extra strong-hold hairspray.
There’s also a Helena Rubinstein skincare product. The bottle pictured above is just for reference, because the one seen in the film is not All Mascaras! make-up remover. If I remember correctly, this was a cleansing milk.
Next to the Helena Rubinstein bottle there’s Lancôme Trésor body lotion.
There’s a box of Tonino Lamborghini Invincibile eau de toilette in Will’s bathroom. This fragrance was launched in 2018.
The green pump bottle on the left is Purell hand sanitizer (the front label has been removed).
The plastic bag in the background contains a discontinued product – Walgreens extended-angle floss picks.
Thanks to Emily for the screencap and ids.
This documentary presents the aenigmatic and fascinating life of the astrologer Walter Mercado, who was interviewed in his home in Puerto Rico. There’s a domestic shot that piqued my interest, because many beauty products can be seen.
The black and white box is Frulatte Hyalunol anti-aging cream.
There’s also a No.7 box from the Restore and Renew line (old packaging).
The tall plastic bottle is Shea Moisture coconut and hibiscus brightening body lotion.
The polka dot box with gold details contains Carolina Herrera perfume, a white floral creation by Carlos Benaim, Clement Gavarry and Rosendo Mateu, launched in 1988.
The white and grey box is SkinSolve Tighter Clearer Younger anti-aging charcoal overnight cream.
And then there’s a box of Calvin Klein Obsession, the warm spicy fragrance created by Jean Guichard and launched in 1985. I personally thought Walter would have worn something more classic (Shalimar, maybe?), but Obsession is mysterious yet comforting, a description that could well be applied to Walter himself.
Thanks to Scentimentalist for the body lotion and Carolina Herrera ids.
Dounia buys some toiletries for her mother and herself.
The red bottle is Le Petit Marseillais Lait de Coton et Coquelicot (Cotton Milk and Poppy) shower cream.
The gold bottle is Revlon Natural Honey Argan Oil bath and shower gel.
There’s also Ushuaïa Polynésie Huile d’Amandier & Pétales de Néroli (almond oil and neroli petals) deodorant.
Lisa (Regina Hall) has several beauty products on a mirrored shelf; among them there is a tube of Gold Bond Ultimate cream and a bottle of Queen Helene cocoa butter hand and body lotion.
Soon after Iris (Kara Hayward) meets the newcomer Maggie (Liana Liberato), they become friends. Maggie decides to give Iris a makeover, so they go shopping for cosmetics. The beauty counter at the department store they go to displays make-up and skincare products.
On the far left in the screencap above there’s a cardboard table display containing several tin boxes of Palmolive Cashmere Bouquet face powder.
More products can be seen thanks to a close-up.
The two jars with pink lids contain Woodbury skin cream.
There are three boxes of Coty Airspun loose face powder: the classic version has the yellow box, while the peach box contains a perfumed version (the scent in this case is L’Aimant).
The white compacts with pink lid contain Beauté-Salon face powder.
On the right side of the counter there’s also a table display of Pond’s lipsticks.
Another shot shows us the far left side of the counter, where there’s another table display. This time the product is Woodbury lanolin-rich hand cream.