Liza (Sutton Foster) is sitting in the make-up trailer on the set of the photoshoot for the Infinitely 21 advertising campaign. Among the several products, I've spotted Kérastase K Laque Couture hairspray and Ouai finishing créme.
Kelsey (Hilary Duff) is using Maybelline Great Lash waterproof mascara. On the washbasin there's a tube of E.L.F. BB cream.
Maggie (Debi Mazar) would like to shave Donna's moustache, but the woman - outraged - refuses. The Gillette Venus Swirl blue razor is of no use, then.
There's a jar of Olay Regenerist micro-sculpting cream on Lauren's bedside table.
Liza Miller (Sutton Foster) puts on some Olay Regenerist micro-sculpting cream. Her friend Maggie (Debi Mazar) comments on it and mentions the brand. You may remember a similar scene (i.e. a perfect example of product placement) was in the eighth episode of the first season.
There's an EOS Smooth Sphere lip balm in Pomegranate Raspberry on Kelsey Peters' desk.
There's a bottle of Dove Deep Moisture nourishing body wash on Josh's bath-tub. The label has been covered, so you can read "Park" and not the actual brand on it. The same has been done to a tube of Noxzema Ultimate Clear daily scrub. Thanks to Emily in the comments for the Noxzema id.
Kelsey (Hilary Duff) applies some concealer on Liza (Sutton Foster) using MAC 257 medium angled shading brush.
Liza (Sutton Foster) gets two L'Oreal hairsprays for her boss Diana (Miriam Shor) and mentions them! Bold Control is from the Lock It collection, while High Lift is from the Boost It collection.
Diana Trout (Miriam Shor) is a business woman with an expensive taste for clothes and fashion accessories (especially Louboutin shoes and Judith Leiber limited-edition bags); no wonder she uses high-end make-up products. In this scene we can see her putting on Dior Rouge Dior lipstick in a red shade and using the mirror of a… Continue reading Younger S01E05 (Girl Code)