Juana (Rossy de Palma) is Kika's maid: she doesn't really take care of her look, so Kika (who's a make-up artist) decides to give her a makeover. The compact face powder she uses is by Cacharel. The scarlet red lipstick she puts on Juana is another product by Cacharel. The lipsticks of this short-lived line… Continue reading Kika (1993)
The retro-style opening credits of the film (designed by Juan Gatti) contain, quite surprisingly, a real advert of a real make-up item. It's the marbled lipstick Glissando, launched in 1964 by the American brand Du Barry. Available in six shades ("from light-struck pinks to muted ambers to rich reds"), it was housed in an elegant… Continue reading Mujeres al borde de un ataque de nervios (1988)
When María Cardenal (Assumpta Serna) re-applies her lipstick, we can see it falling on her lap. It's Stylo à Levres by Lancôme, a product launched in the late 1970s but still on the market in the following decade.
Margeeve (Stockard Channing) is checking her make-up in a golden compact by T. LeClerc.
Olivia (Jennifer Aniston) is always tight on money: she used to work as a school teacher but now she's a maid and doesn't earn much. When she finishes a sample tube of moisturiser, she goes through her bathroom drawer to see if there's anything else she can use. On the bathroom counter we can see… Continue reading Friends with Money (2006)
There's a box of Coty Airspun loose face powder and a can of Aquanet all-purpose hairspray on the floor in Nancy's bedroom.
The antique pink lipstick Michal (Noa Koler) is wearing is Rouge Coco by Chanel.