Selena Quintanilla (Christian Serratos) is getting ready for the Tejano Music Awards. On her dressing table there are a can of Aquanet hairspray and some red MAC lipsticks.
Bette Davis (Susan Sarandon) is getting ready for the Oscars 1963. On her dressing table two Bésame Cosmetics products can be seen: a face powder brush and a pot of cream rouge.
The red lipstick she puts on is by Bésame, too.
Joan Crawford’s dressing table is quite busy. She’s getting ready for the Oscars 1963 and she picks a perfume bottle among many of them. The glass bottle with the yellow pump is from the Bésame Cosmetics Decades of Fragrance collection. I wonder what perfume Joan wore: the 1960s floral chypre or a fragrance inspired to a previous decade?
The Revlon shades are mostly pinks and reds and have exotic names, like Persian Melon, Beach Peach and Frosted Sphinx Pink. The two bottles in the front contain a platinum nail polish and the top coat Seal Fast. These are bottles used by professionals, because their tall bottles differ from the long-handle ones which were on the market at the time.
Last but not least, there’s a bottle of Jewel Glaze (another top coat) on the right. Unfortunately, I couldn’t read the label to identify the brand.