Matt exposes Trina’s affairs by displaying pictures of them on her vanity. It’s a cruel and dramatic scene, but it gives us the chance to see some of the beauty products she uses.
The bottles of perfume are by Maitre Perfumeur et Gantier (the one at the centre of the vanity) and Annick Goutal (on the mirrored tray on the right).
There’s also a Chanel toning lotion. Something similar can be seen in a 1970s ad: at the time the product was called Lotion Tonique Refraichissante.
In the picture above there’s another Chanel product – the make-up remover Démaquillant Douceur, in the squared bottle used in the 1990s.
The dressing table in Luba’s room at the brothel is pretty busy; among the make-up items, candles and toiletries, there’s a red perfume bottle by Maitre Perfumeur et Gantier.
The French brand has used this bottle for several fragrances , so it’s impossible to say which one actually sits on this table.
 Among the others, Secret Melange (created by Jean-Paul Millet Lage in 1988), Eau des Iles (created by Jean-Francois Laporte in 1988), Santal Noble (created by Laporte in 1988), Fraîche Badiane (created by Millet Lage in 1994), Grain de Plaisir (created by Laporte in 1998), Baime (created by Laporte in 2000) and Jeune Homme Extravagante (created by Millet Lage in 2011).