The opening credit sequence is set in a bathroom, where one girl is putting make-up on her twin. Later in the film, we will see these are Hedy (one of the protagonists, whose real name is actually Ellen Besch) and her twin sister. Many bottles are on the tiled counter.
On the right there are English Leather and Old Spice colognes.
The tall bottle with round black stopper is Jean Natè after-bath splash.
There’s a Revlon Jean Naté after-bath splash bottle in Julian Kay’s bathroom.
There are two bottles of Revlon Jean Naté after-bath splash in Dorothea and Jamie’s bathroom.
The yellow pump bottle in Jim Hopper’s bathroom is Revlon Jean Naté liquid soap. Before being bought by Revlon, the Jean Naté Company launched its perfume in 1935: according to Fragrantica, it includes “citrus, floral and spicy notes, such as lavender, jasmine, rose, carnation, lily of the valley, cedar, tonka bean, musk and sandalwood.”