Marie (Myriem Roussel) stops at a Lancôme counter to check some cosmetics. She wants to try some lipsticks: the ones on the right are standard testers, while the ones on the left look more interesting.
I personally have no memory of Lancôme stylo lipsticks, but I’ve found some evidence of their existence. The first (bad quality) picture shows the exact lipstick seen in the film, with the brown/marroon tube. It was called Stylo à Levres and was launched in the late 1970s.
There’s a bottle of L’Oreal Obao bubble bath on Corinne’s bath tub. This product, advertised in France as “le bain de mousse à la japonaise”, was launched in 1963; its name was inspired to o-furo, the traditional Japanese bath.
Angela (Anna Karina) and Alfred Lubitsch (Jean-Paul Belmondo) smoke a cigarette sitting in front of a window where Lancôme and Elizabeth Arden neon signs can be seen.
There’s a box of Christian Dior Miss Dior on Minouche’s dressing table.
L. B. Williams Skol suntan lotion on Patricia’s bathroom shelf.