After a night of partying and reminiscing, Cecile (Jean Seberg) finally returns home, removes the elegant Givenchy dress she's worn so far and puts her make-up off. To do so, she uses a traditional product like Pond's cold cream. In front of her there are several beauty products, but the most intriguing object is the… Continue reading Bonjour Tristesse (1958)
While wandering through the corridors of her hotel, Maggie Cheung - in Irma Vep black latex attire - enters a room where a semi-naked woman (interpreted by Arsinée Khanjian, credited as l'américaine) is talking on the phone. Maggie goes into her bathroom and steals a necklace. On the marble counter there are some beauty products,… Continue reading Irma Vep (1996)
There are two Dr. Hauschka pump bottles (one of which is the revitalising day cream) and a bottle of Jo Malone cologne on a dresser in Kathy and Brad's bedroom.
There are two bottles of micellar water in Eve's bedroom - one is the Physiopure water by SVR, the other is the lotion by Avène. There's also a Mason Pearson pure bristle hairbrush in Ivory White.
There's a tube of Dr. Hauschka body cream in Francesca's bathroom. The tube with the red band contains creams in different scents - almond, lavender sandalwood and rose. The front side of the tube can't be read, so it's impossible to tell exactly what cream it is. There's also a spray can of La Roche-Posay… Continue reading Dove non ho mai abitato (2017)
There's a tube of Chapstick Classic Original lip balm on Anders Hill's bedside table.
There's Neutrogena hand cream on Mercedes' desk.