Some interesting toiletries from the 1970s can be seen in the scene where Tully helps Lane shave her legs.
Second from the left, a bottle of Revlon Jean Naté after-bath splash.
Next, there’s a bottle of Body on Tap beer-enriched (?) shampoo.
Last, Tickle unscented roll-on deodorant.
Thanks to Alessandra for the screencap and ids.
Three interesting objects sit on Lori Madison’s vanity in her dressing room.
Yves Saint Laurent Opium (oval box included) takes central stage. In 1985 (year in which this season is set) this perfume was basically everywhere, and it was impossible to escape. This creation by Jean Amic, Jean-Louis Sieuzac and Raymond Chaillan, launched in 1977, took the world of perfumery by storm: the original formula, opulent and spicy, was unlike any other perfume on the market.
The second bottle has a peculiar swirled bud shape. It was used to house several fragrances by Avon (Occur!, for example).
The dark red jar next to it is another Avon product – a body cream. My guess is that the fragrance is Imari, originally launched in 1985, characterised by dark red packaging.
Last but not least, by the mirror there’s a bottle of Revlon Jean Naté after-bath splash.
Thanks to lepetitcivet on Instagram for the YSL id.
There’s a Revlon Jean Naté after-bath splash in Minnie’s bathroom.
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.