The 63rd edition of the Grammy Awards took place on March 14th, 2021 in the middle of the pandemy that has torn the world as we knew it apart. I usually don’t care for these events, but I rejoiced at seeing this picture on the Instagram feed of the American singer/songwriter/guitarist Phoebe Bridgers, who got nominations in the Best Rock Performance and Best New Artist categories.
Besides the fantastic skeleton dress she was wearing (more about it later), I was attracted by the beauty products on the washbasin.
There are two bottles of pure-castile soap by Dr. Bronner’s in Lavender and Hemp Rose.
Another Dr. Bronner’s product can be seen on the soap dish: it’s the organic sugar soap in Lavender.
Last, a small can of Barbasol Soothing Aloe shaving cream is next to the castile soap bottles.
This dreamy Goth dress, designed by Thom Browne and featured in the spring 2018 collection, was paired to Ashley Zhang pearl earrings. Bridgers has often shown her love for the classic Halloween skeleton costume (it’s basically her trademark stage outfit), but the luxury version of it truly is a thing of beauty.
Miss Rayleen (Viola Davis) is the only employee of lawyer Ramsey Flint, a widower who lives in Georgia with his 9-year-old daughter Christmas and the Pomeranian dog Fluffy. Before leaving the office to go home, Rayleen retouches her make-up in the Flints’ bathroom, and Christmas keeps her company.
By the washbasin we can see a can of Barbasol shaving cream.
McReynolds (Tyler Hoechlin) and his house mates are getting ready for a night out. In the screencap above he’s using the woody fragrance Aramis For Men, created by Bernard Chant and launched in 1966. Other boys will end up using the same perfume.
Other products can be seen in the bathroom: for example, there’s a can of Barbasol shaving cream on the sink.
On a counter there’s a can of Gillette Right Guard deodorant.