Steve Harrington is now the male role model Dustin (Gaten Matarazzo) needs in his life. He's also his style icon, too: he uses the boy's secret weapon - Fabergé Farrah Fawcett hairspray - to impress the attendees of the Snow Ball at school. Let me be pedantic for a moment here: I don't think the… Continue reading Stranger Things S02E09 (The Gate)
Billy Hargrove (Dacre Montgomery) is the bad boy par excellence in this season. He hates everybody, is rude to everybody but loves himself. A lot. The glimpse we get of his dressing table reveals interesting products he uses as part of his beauty routine. He uses the same AquaNet hairspray Kali and Dottie use on… Continue reading Stranger Things S02E08 (The Mind Flayer)
After Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) accepts to be part of their band, Dottie (Anna Jacoby-Heron) and Kali (Linnea Berthelsen) decide to give her a make-over, which includes dark eyeshadow, black clothes and slicked-back hair, courtesy of AquaNet hairspray.
There's a bottle of Johnson's Baby powder in Ray's bedroom.
Steve (Joe Keery) and Dustin (Gaten Matarazzo) are about to fight against an alien creature, but in the meantime they're chatting about girls and... hair. Steve finally shares the routine behind his lovely hairstyle. The first name he drops is Fabergé Organics, a haircare line on the market in the 1970s and 1980s. He's consistent, because… Continue reading Stranger Things S02E06 (The Spy)
There are several toiletries in Will's bathroom: among them, an Avon bath oil and a Pond's cream jar on the window sill. A couple of words on the Avon bottle: it's impossible to know what Skin So Soft scented oil it contains, because the same bottle was used for different scents (Elusive, Bird of Paradise,… Continue reading Stranger Things S02E04 (Will the Wise)
There's the Iron Horse shaving mug (with Deep Woods after shave in it) in a bathroom at Tina's house.
There's a bar of Ivory soap in Will Byers' bathroom. Picture source.
There's an Avon cologne in the bathroom at Barb's house. It's unclear what cologne it is, since Avon used the same bottle (the thimble one, in this case) for different scents. Elusive, Bird of Paradise and Charisma colognes were all sold in this golden stopper bottle. Thanks to my friend Jennifer for the id.