Lemar Khan (Jason A. Rodriguez), a former member of the House of Abundance, Ferocity, Evangelista and Wintour, is now the father of the House of Khan and he’s ready to challenge his former mother, Elekra Evangelista.
On his dressing table we can see a bottle of Thayers rose petal and witch hazel alcohol-free toner and a bright red nail polish by Sally Hansen.
There’s also a pump bottle of Palmer’s Cocoa Butter Formula moisturizing hand wash.
In the opening scene of this special episode, Rue (Zendaya) and Jules (Hunter Schafer) are reunited and happy. Jules is getting ready to go to school and Rue is watching her. On the dresser on the right, next to the lamp, there’s Schmidt’s lavender and sage deodorant.
The pink tube on the washbasin is Neutrogena oil-free pink grapefruit acne wash.
The liquid soap on the toilet tank cover is Love Beauty and Planet murumuru butter and rose liquid hand wash.
Rock Hudson (Jake Picking) is another actor who’s getting ready to audition for a role in the upcoming film Peg. On his dressing table there are several beauty items: some of them are by Bésame Cosmetics product, but there are vintage pieces too.
The large pink tin with white cap is Albolene cleansing cream. The picture above refers to the unscented version. I couldn’t find any visual evidence that the scented version is the pink one, but it could be a good guess, since this product still comes in scented and unscented versions.
In the very last episode of the tv show, Annalise (Viola Davis) faces the most important trial of her life, the one where she’s accused of killing basically all the people that have died in 6 seasons. In this scene, while she’s discussing with her mother whether she deserves to win this final challenge or not, we can see two interesting beauty products on her vanity.
The silver-ish spray bottle is MAC Fix+ fixing spray.
The opaque glass bottle is Dior Diorskin Forever liquid foundation.
Tina Fischer receives a package from West Berlin: her brother, Thomas Posimski, is sending food, candy and toiletries.
On the left there’s a box containing Fa bar soap, produced in Germany by Henkel.
Then there’s the after shave Hâttric Classic, first launched in 1963, characterised by fresh notes of lemon, lime and bergamot.
Last but not least, the iconic blue tin of Nivea Creme, one of the most famous German beauty products. Created in Hamburg in 1911 by Oscar Troplowitz, the chemist who co-founded Beiersdorf, it’s a multi-use snow-white cream which has been a staple in the beauty kits of many generations.
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