Jen is using OPI matte top coat on a client.
A bottle of Salvador Dalì parfum de toilette can be seen on Desna’s dresser. Now this is an unusual choice: this perfume, created in 1985 by Alberto Morillas, is a classic 1980s scent, not the first perfume that comes to my mind when I think of a flamboyant character like Desna. According to Fragrantica, it’s “very intensive and unusual thanks to the spicy-grassy top notes contrasting with the opulent floral perfume heart:” it sounds alluring, right?
The bottle, reproducing a woman’s mouth and nose (the cap), was designed by the Spanish artist.
On her dresser there’s also a bottle of Vaseline Cocoa Radiant body lotion.
Thanks to Jennifer for the lotion id.
Desna and her crew take part into Palm Nails, a nail art competition. Their opponents are the techs from Glint Nails, the salon that Desna has just bought. For the last challenge of the competition the best artists of the two teams must create a manicure which best expresses themselves. April Kim (Linda Park) opts for a baby pink 3D look. A Kleancolor nail polish (possibly in Aurora) and an OPI pale pink shade can be seen on her table.
On the same table, we can also see a bottle of Tom Ford African Violet nail polish.
On the other hand, Desna finishes her manicure with OPI top coat.
Among the products on the shelves at the Nail Artisan salon, there is a jar of LA Palm ice cooling sea gel with aloe.
There are several Barielle products, too: many jars of intensive hand treatment cream, for example.
There are some boxes of cuticle conditioning oil with almond oil…
… and some boxes of pro-growth base coat with bamboo.
Last but not least, two bottles of organic massage lotion with spearmint and eucalyptus by LA Palm.
There’s an Orly aqua green nail polish in Jen’s train case.
A display of Aiko pre-designed glitter nail tips can be seen at the Nail Artisan salon of Manatee County.