When Ricky (Antonio Banderas) breaks into Marina’s apartment, he follows her around. When they’re in the bathroom, he comments it looks like a pharmacy. But the woman doesn’t keep medicines only in there: there’s also a bottle of Chanel Coco bath gel.
Eight years later, this bath gel would appear in Carne trémula.
On a glass shelf in Marina’s bathroom there’s a bottle of Rochas Byzance, the oriental fragrance created by Alberto Morillas and Nicolas Mamounas and launched in 1987.
In the screencaps above a bottle of Cerruti 1881 can be seen. The floral powdery perfume, launched in 1995, was created by Claire Cain.
The protagonist, Lucille Vinson (Melanie Griffith), goes to Las Vegas and – beginner’s luck – wins a lot of money at the casino. She gets a make-over, which includes a glamourous haircut and a professional manicure. The nail polish they use at the salon is by Revlon. The bottle is from the 1980s, so it’s not historically accurate, since the film is set in 1965.
The opening credits of the film are made of several animations, including a MAC lipstick. The tube is from the 1980s (the brand was founded in 1984 in Toronto), so it’s historically inaccurate, since the film is set in 1965.