At a disco freestyle dancing competition a Swedish dancer is putting red lipstick on. To do so, she’s using the mirror of Urban Decay Naked 2 Basics eyeshadow palette.
Night Bloom  is the latest creature of the talented filmmaker and actress Coco Baudelle, a short film that has been selected by several festivals around the world, including the 2020 Venice Shorts. In a bit more than 5 minutes, we are taken into a dreamy world of white roses drenched in rain, echoes from Jennifer’s Body by Karyn Kusama, satin ribbons and a seemingly endless sleep, all accented by wonderful piano scores. Lucky for us, some scenes feature beauty products, which I’ve listed as follows.
The tall bottle with black cap on the right side of the shot is Chanel Hydra Beauty essence mist.
The plastic bottle with pink cap in the beauty case is Glossier Milky Oil make-up remover.
From the left to the right: the jar contains Aquaphor healing ointment
The Chanel white tube is Hydra Beauty mask
The tall pink bottle is Glossier exfoliating solution
The white brush with nylon tufts is by Mason Pearson
The lipstick in the floral case behind the nail polish bottle is by Gucci
Last, there’s Chanel Joues Contraste blush.
The nail polish seen in the previous shot is Chanel Le Vernis velvet nail colour in Ultime.
 You can watch Night Bloom on Instagram.
Kaizhen (Tang Wei) wears a MAC red lipstick, possibly Ruby Woo.
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 up. I think we should follow one lead, though: what vintage Dior perfume could appeal to an elegant working girl like Helen? We don’t know a lot about her background, so this bottle could be something she received from her mother or grandmother, or she could have bought it for herself. I personally think she would wear a classic, so either Diorissimo or Miss Dior.
There’s another classic product on the vanity – a Chanel lipstick.
And what about the blue glass bottles (four of them!)? They remind me of Neal Yard’s products (the film is set in London, so it would be a logical choice), but I found no evidence the brand used these bottles in the 1990s.
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.
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 were contained in beautiful matte metal cases, the tops of which were lip-shaped.