David (Benjamin Voisin) and Alex (Félix Lefebvre) are recovering after being attacked by bullies at a local fun fair. They’re cleaning themselves up in David’s bathroom.
The first bottle I can see on the left side of the bathroom shelf is Boucheron Pour Homme eau de toilette. I don’t think David wears it, so it’s likely to be something his late father used to wear.
There’s another perfume bottle, and this definitely belongs to David’s mother, the outgoing Mrs. Gorman. It’s Fabergé Babe, a floral fragrance launched in 1977 and famously advertised by Margaux Hemingway.
In the screencap above there’s also a tube of Colgate toothpaste.
On the shelf there’s also a bottle of Pétrole Hahn Vert hair lotion and a box of Nivea Creme.
Loretta’s hairdresser uses Silkience products to dye her graying hair black.
In the shop there’s also a jar of Barbicide disinfectant.
In the closing scene of the episode, the British gourmet eats half a papaya and raspberries in her bathtub, surrounded by Diptyque Roses candles.
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There’s a tube of Clean & Clear Morning Burst facial scrub in Laurel’s bathroom.
A Santal 26 candle by Le Labo can be seen in the Sandcastles section of Beyoncé’s visual album.
Let’s take a moment to let this picture sink in: Ben Whishaw shopping at CVS, perusing the toiletries shelf, about to take a bottle of Cetaphil daily facial cleanser.
Isabel Kelly (Julia Roberts) puts on some lipstick while driving Anna and Ben to their mother’s house.
The slick metal tube is Clinique Almost lipstick in the famous shade Black Honey, leaving a lovely sheen on lips.
She lets Anna (Jena Malone) wear it: the colour is subtle and natural, appropriate even on a young girl.
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There’s a box of Coty Airspun face powder on Su Li-zhen’s dressing table.
Anna May Wong gets her manicure done in 1939.