Will (Danielle MacDonald) is at loss after her aunt Lucy’s death and goes to one of her favourite places – a Dolly Parton-themed drag biker bar – to seek solace and inspiration. She would like to take part into the Miss Teen Bluebonnet pageant but she has doubts and doesn’t know what to do. She’ll find a mentor in Lee Wayne (Harold Perrineau), who performs as Rhea Ranged. Lee’s dressing room is a magical place where Will and her friends Hannah and Millie will learn about beauty and confidence.
There are many products on Lee’s dressing table, among which a bottle of ColorWOW Speed Dry heat-protectant blow-dry spray.
There’s also a small jar of Ben Nye translucent powder.
While Will (Danielle MacDonald) is getting ready for the Miss Teen Bluebonnet pageant, we can take a look at her dressing table.
There’s a can of Luster’s Pink Sheen hairspray
Ben Nye loose face powder in a light shade. It could even be the Neutral Set colorless powder
There’s a bottle of Cutex regular nail polish remover
Last, a can of Revlon Realistic Finisheen instant shine hairspray.
Rosie Dickson (Jennifer Aniston) is a former beauty queen who’s still in the beauty pageant circuit: she’s a judge at the annual Miss Teen Bluebonnet Pageant. Her looks are extremely important and we can see it from the number of toiletries and beauty products sitting on her dressing table. Her elaborate updo, for example, needs support, and her product of choice is Pantene Pro-V extra strong hold hairspray.
We can also see an Essie nail polish in a pale pink shade and a tin bottle of Taylor of London Calming Lavender luxury talcum powder.
There’s a tube of Rosebud Perfume Co. Smith’s rose and mandarin lip balm in Willowdean’s locker.