National Lampoon’s European Vacation (1985)

In the second movie of the original trilogy, the Griswolds win a trip to Europe. Before leaving for London, Clark takes a video of his wife Ellen (Beverly D’Angelo) doing a dancing routine. The scene is set in their bathroom, so some beauty products and toiletries can be seen. On the marble counter behind Ellen there’s a pump tube of Colgate toothpaste. There’s also a … Continue reading National Lampoon’s European Vacation (1985)

Cruising (1980)

I really like the arrangement in Nancy’s bathroom: it’s a small space, so the toiletries are displayed on a metal shelving unit facing a window. The first product I’ve noticed is on the second top shelf (just above Steve’s shoulder): it’s a bottle of the ever-present Old Spice after shave. On the same shelf there’s another interesting product, but more about it later. On the … Continue reading Cruising (1980)

Soapdish (1991)

The black and white jar on Lori’s dressing table is the perfumed pressed body powder by Paloma Picasso. Now discontinued, this product was part of the line launched with the perfume in 1984. On the other side of the table there’s a white bottle of Halston Classic perfume, created by Bernard Chant and launched in 1975. This all-white version was never available on the market, … Continue reading Soapdish (1991)

Always Be My Maybe (2019)

Sasha (Ali Wong) and Marcus (Randall Park) are getting ready to attend an event. On the counter there are some travel-size bottles of L’Occitane products: the dark green bottles with pink labels are conditioner and shampoo from the Repairing line, while the third bottle on the right is the bath and shower gel from the Cherry Blossom line. Sasha is applying L’Occitane shea butter intensive … Continue reading Always Be My Maybe (2019)