Lily is at a spa with her mother and she’s getting a pedicure. The pedicurist (which she imagines being her stepfather) uses an OPI nail polish in a pale pink shade.
Frank Tassone is a superintendent in Long Island: he’s successfully brought the local high school – Roslyn High School – among the top schools of the country. He’s appreciated by his colleagues, students and parents. He’s always carefully groomed and loves using beauty products.
In the opening scene he uses Lucky You by Liz Claiborne. Launched in 2000, it’s a cheap perfume with floral and powdery accents. Maybe he’s chosen it for its name.
Frank Tassone’s bathroom perfectly mirrors his character and his love for grooming.
He uses Chapstick lip balm and Ultra Brite toothpaste.
His perfume is Ralph Lauren Safari for Men, a fragrance first launched in 1992.
Lily (Anya Taylor-Joy) is putting on a MAC lipstick in a garnet red shade.
Despite her holding a lipstick, the real shade she is actually wearing is Retro Matte liquid lipcolour in High Drama.
Thanks to the film’s make-up artist, Liz Bernstrom, for the id.