Ally Mayfair-Richards (Sarah Paulson) has gone through hell to save herself and her son from the white suprematist craze gripping U.S.A. Now she’s a senator, but her project to assert women’s power is not over. In the very last scene of the episode she’s getting ready to go out: the gold brush she uses to retouch her make-up is the rouge brush by Bésame Cosmetics.
Thanks to my friend Jennifer for the id.
Ally’s horrific “scratch and pierce” dream is set in her bathroom, so we get to see some of the products she uses.
The pink bottle contains Victoria’s Secret Jeweled Citrus body mist (now discontinued).
In the clear make-up tray I can see Clinique Almost lipstick in Black Honey and another discontinued item: a MAC lipstick in a silver bullet. The Canadian brand used this packaging (and not the classic black one) just during the late 1990s.
There’s a box of Coty Airspun face powder on the wooden shelf.
There are two Epicuren skincare products on the glass shelf by the washbasin – the Enzyme Concentrate vitamin protein complex and the Gel Plus enzyme protein gel in the pump bottle.
Thanks to my friend Jennifer for the body mist id.
There’s a Voluspa Classic Maison candle (from the Maison Noir collection) in Ally’s bathroom.