On another dressing table there are lots of hair styling products, among which Bumble and bumble Prep detangler.
The medium stiff-bristled faux bone-handled lady’s hairbrush Dandy Mott (Finn Wittrock) is buying for the Tattler twins happens to be by Mason Pearson.
Dandy Mott (Finn Wittrock) is now the owner of Elsa Mars’ freak show and, as such, gets ready for his “performing” debut… The spoiled boy definitely has a talent but it will turn against him. This scene is very interesting because it echoes a similar scene from the 5th episode (Pink Cupcakes). In both scenes, the owners of the freak show are putting their make-up on: they are using almost the same products, and some shots (the one where they apply some lipstick) are the same, as a mirror image.
There’s a Bésame cake mascara, which Dandy uses on the inner waterline.
Then there’s a Signature powder compact.
And then the omnipresent gold bullet-shaped lipstick. Dandy uses a nude shade, Champagne, creamy beige with a slight sheen. It looks like a lip balm on him.
The 4th season of the show is now over, but stay tuned for one last update.
Dandy Mott (Finn Wittrock) buys some beauty stuff for the Tattler twins. His purchases include Bésame Cosmetics cake mascaras and lipsticks (in the trademark red velvet pouch) and Royalty hair nets (in their original 1950s packaging). He also buys compacts, hair clips, Band Aid tin boxes, satin headbands and eyelash curlers.