While at the supermarket with Djigui, Dounia (Oulaya Amamra) takes a lipstick out of a blister pack and puts it on. It's not a product usually available at supermarkets, though: the red metallic case and the pink dots on it tell us it's a BeneFit lip balm. It's the hydrating tinted lip balm BeneBalm.
While at the supermarket with Djigui, Dounia (Oulaya Amamra) checks her image on a mirror. Some L'Oreal make-up products are on display; among them, Mega Volume Miss Manga mascara.
Misty (Meredith Hagner) is getting ready for Abe and Tala's wedding. She's applying Make Up For Ever Ultra HD pressed powder.
The lipstick that Rachel (Emily Blunt) uses is L'Oreal Color Riche in #752 Classic Wine. The name of this colour is tragically ironic, because this character is an alcoholic.
There's a Christian Dior houndstooth splash bottle on Helen's vanity, but unfortunately the front label is never clearly visible. It looks white with a touch of pink, but it could be just a lighting trick. In any case, this bottle was used to contain eaux de toilette and eaux de cologne, so many possibilities open… Continue reading Sliding Doors (1997)
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… Continue reading To the Stars (2019)
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.