Drea (Camila Mendes) working on her sewing machine is a good occasion to let us take a look at her dressing table, which is full of interesting products.
First of all, there’s a tube of Glossier Body Hero daily perfecting cream.
There are some perfume bottles on the left, one of which is quite surprising.
The tall fluted bottle with gold stopper is a Bernard Chant creation from 1965 – the chypre woody Imprevu by Coty. It’s such an unusual sighting that I would really love to know how it was picked by the prop masters. Did they want to give a vintage feel to the dressing table?
There’s also a Glossier beauty bag.
In the white ceramic bowl there are several Glossier make-up products, among which the Skywash sheer matte lid tint in Terra (burnt sienna).
On the far right side of the table there are two skincare products by Joanna Vargas – the Vitamin C face wash and the daily serum.
When Cyn (Joan Cusak) opens a bathroom cabinet, there are several interesting skincare and bodycare products.
Starting from the top shelf, from left to right:
The white jar with grey cap is Lancôme Forté-Vital firming eye cream. The black bottle with grey stopper is from the same brand, but I haven’t been able to identify the exact product.
There are four bottles by Erno Laszlo. The first from the left is definitely an oil or a lotion, while the others probably contained Shake-It tinted treatment.
On the second shelf there are three products by Crabtree & Evelyn. The tin container of talcum powder is part of the Damask Rose collection. Next there’s a bottle of Rosewater foaming bath gel and a soap box.
The box on the third shelf belongs to the bath gel on the second shelf.
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There’s a round box of Coty Airspun loose face powder on Nomi’s dressing table.
Poupette (Denise Grey) is the great-grandmother of the protagonist, a sort of deux-ex-machina character who helps Vic to achieve her goal – finding true love.
There are some interesting products on her dressing table. The first is a bottle of Givenchy III, a chypre floral creation by Jean François Latty and Raymond Chaillan launched in 1970.
The small pale pink pot in front of the perfume is a Bourjois blush.
There’s another perfume on the vanity: it’s Azzaro, a chypre woody fragrance created by Jean Martel and launched in 1975.
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There are three interesting products on Ai’s table.
The first from the left is Yves Saint Laurent Paris, the floral powdery fragrance created by Sophia Grojsman and launched in 1983.
The glass bottle with white stopper is Clarins Huile Anti-Eau body treatment oil.
Last, a bottle of Chanel liquid foundation, possibly Teint Naturel.
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The lipstick that Marie (Charlotte Rampling) puts on is Dramatically Different by Clinique.
Jodi (Ava Michelle) is sitting at a dressing table after performing as Kim McAfee in the musical Bye Bye Birdie.
There are several beauty products on the dressing table.
The tall brown bottle on the left is Hask Argan Oil repairing shampoo.
Right in front of Jodi there are two Noxzema products. The tube is the anti-blemish daily scrub, while the tall jar is the deep cleansing cream.
The pink tube with green cap is none other than Maybelline Great Lash mascara.
The black tube is Wet n Wild Mega Last matte lip colour.
When Jack (Griffin Gluck) joins Jodi backstage, we can see a couple more products.
There’s a can of TRESemmé Tres mousse.
Last but not least, two bottles of OPI nail polishes.
Nell (Keira Knightley) is using Clé de Peau lip crayon from the Enchanted Winter Garden collection, released for the holiday season in 2013.
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Soon after giving birth to her daughter, the photographer Janis gets back to work: her first assignment is a still-life photoshoot. All the lipsticks in the shot above are by Lancôme. Here the prop masters have mixed tubes and caps from different lipsticks; they have made things more complex also by choosing caps from old packagings.
First from the left, L’Absolu Rouge lipstick in French Bisou, a limited-edition shade housed in a vegan leather case.
The second lipstick from the left is L’Absolu Rouge Ruby Cream but the cap belongs to another lipstick – the classic L’Absolu Rouge with an old packaging (the cap doesn’t have the bottom gold band).
The third product from the left is L’Absolu Mademoiselle Shine long-lasting conditioning lipstick in Mademoiselle Stands Out.
The fourth lipstick is a hybrid: the tube belongs to L’Absolu Rouge, while the cap is from an old version of L’Absolu Rouge Intimatte. Even in this case, the cap doesn’t have the bottom gold band that more recent versions of this lipstick have.