Olivia (Jennifer Aniston) is always tight on money: she used to work as a school teacher but now she’s a maid and doesn’t earn much. When she finishes a sample tube of moisturiser, she goes through her bathroom drawer to see if there’s anything else she can use.
On the bathroom counter we can see a bottle of Bulgari Eau Parfumée au thé vert Extreme, a stronger version of the classic citrus green fragrance created by Jean-Claude Ellena and launched in 1992.
In the drawer there’s a Givenchy compact, probably containing pressed powder.
There are also two Lancôme products: one is a sample jar of Résolution D-Contraxol, the anti-age treatment Olivia is obsessed with; the other is a carded sample of Miracle, a fresh spicy fragrance created by Alberto Morillas and Harry Fremont and launched in 2000.
There’s a tube of Chapstick Classic Original lip balm on Anders Hill’s bedside table.
Olivia (Jennifer Aniston) is a former school teacher who now works as a maid. She doesn’t have much money, so she can’t afford expensive skincare.
Still, she’s got her own tricks to get it: for example, she goes to different department stores and asks for samples of a Lancôme anti-age cream – the now-discontinued Résolution D-Contraxol.
Here she is with a coveted tiny jar of anti-wrinkle treatment.
The sales assistant tries to sell her another Lancôme product – the Clarifiance gel cleanser – but Olivia walks away: she’s already got what she wanted.
Once home, Olivia lines up her loot. In the background there’s a lipgloss. Maybe it’s a Lancôme Juicy Tube…
I guess eight jars of Résolution will last for a while. In addition, she’s also got three tiny tubes of Chanel Précision Ultra Correction restructuring anti-wrinkle firming cream.
Eva (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) checks her make-up in a Chanel compact.
There’s a MAC pressed powder compact on Eva’s dresser.