Jane Hollander (Anna Camp) wears a Bésame Cosmetics lipstick in Dusty Rose, a true replica of a shade from 1969. This is a very appropriate choice, because the show is set exactly in 1969.
Bette Davis (Susan Sarandon) is performing on the set of What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? and is putting her lipstick on. See the square-edged stick? It's a Besame Cosmetics lipstick again. This is the real Davis in the lipstick scene from the film by Robert Aldrich.
A Bésame Cosmetics brightening face powder can be seen on Joan Crawford's dressing table. In the same scene, she also puts on a Bésame Cosmetics red lipstick.
While Joan Crawford (Jessica Lange) is at the Cedars-Sinai hospital, George Cukor (John Rubinstein) pays her a visit. While they're talking, she puts on some pink lipstick. It's by Bésame Cosmetics: the shade looks like Dusty Rose. There are other Bésame Cosmetics products by the washbasin in her hospital room - a powder compact, a cream… Continue reading Feud E07 (Abandoned)
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.
Backstage at the Oscars 1963, Olivia de Havilland (Catherine Zeta-Jones) retouches Bette Davis' make-up. The lipstick she's applying is by Bésame Cosmetics. The travel lip brush she uses is by Bésame Cosmetics, too.
The kit of Joan Crawford's make-up artist include several boxes of Max Factor Pan Stik creamy foundation. The pressed powder on the left could be the famous Creme Puff by Max Factor, but no details are visible. Next to it there's a gold tube of Bésame Cosmetics mascara and a beautiful gold vintage compact. The… Continue reading Feud E01 (Pilot)