Angel (Indya Moore) starts her modeling career as face of the Wet ‘n Wild spring 1990 collection. Her pictures are on the shop display and on products too! Even if the brand launched in 1979, the items seen in this episode are from current collections, not from the 1990s. From left to right there are:
Silk Finish lipsticks
Glassy Gloss lip gels
Megalast nail polishes
Two types of eyeshadow palette – the classic 8-pan palette and the Coloricon 6-pan ones from the Spring 2015 collection.
Last, Coloricon single eyeshadows.
Angel (Indya Moore) finally scores a modeling job for the Wet ‘n Wild spring 1990 campaign. While she’s having her make-up done on set, we can see L’Oreal Elnett Satin strong-hold hairspray in front of her.
Angel (Indya Moore) finally gets her own apartment thanks to Stan. On Christmas Eve she goes through her beauty routine, waiting for her lover to pay her a visit.
The pink bottle on her vanity is Xi’a Xi’ang, a perfume launched in 1987 by Charles of the Ritz and later released under the Revlon name. Named after the Chinese word for “imagination”, it was a floriental fragrance discontinued in 1995.
Thanks to perfumes_marimichimoni on Instagram for the id.
When Angel (Indya Moore) goes to a perfume shop inside the Trump Tower for a job opportunity, a factice bottle of Chanel No. 5 can be seen in the background.
When the perfume counter is shown, some bottles of Yves Saint Laurent Mon Paris are shown. It’s a historically inaccurate choice, because this perfume (created by of Olivier Cresp, Harry Fremont and Dora Baghriche) was launched in 2016, thirty-one years after 1987, when the show is set.
I wonder why the prop masters didn’t select the original Paris, the hugely popular YSL fragrance by Sophia Grojsman launched in 1983.