But that's not all this movie has! Since most of the film takes place at the offices of a (fake) major fashion magazine, "Runway" (clearly styled after Vogue), there's tons of great beauty products to be seen. Most of these products appear in the opening montage, but there are a few scattered throughout the rest of the movie
This fabulous beauty drawer gets pulled out at the start! We can clearly see a ton of NARS products, including lipsticks and powders. The tubes with the small "knob" on the end are most likely Dior Lip Addict products, and the double-ended lipglosses at the bottom appear to be from Tarte. Benefit's Dandelion blush and a Dior palette can be seen towards the back. (EDIT: The perfume on the desk is by Prada--thanks, Sassa!)
The infamous Shu Uemura lash curler! Model Gisele Bundchen makes a cameo appearance as a Runway employee, and she actually mentions the lash curler in-film:
Oscar Blandi haircare, Miss Dior Cherie perfume, and some Dior skincare.
No idea what these two lipsticks are, but they are gorgeous!
The film tries to show that our heroine, Andy, is down-to-earth and "not in to beauty" by contrasting the above two lipstick images to her grabbing a tube of Chapstick. But we can definitely see a vanity mirror and a few products on a tray in front of it. Unfortunately, it's too blurry and far away for us to figure out the individual items on the tray.
Andy hands her friends some free swag from the magazine, including Aquolina Pink Sugar perfume...
...some Clinique products, and Mason Pearson hair brushes.
Sephora makes a cameo appearance!
This scene looks like a little blooper. Initially, Andy is holding a Kevyn Aucoin mascara: thin red tube, gold band around the mouth. But in the close-up, she's holding a wand with a thicker silver lid. I wonder what they switched to? (EDIT: Jennifer is pretty sure this is the Diorshow mascara. Thanks, Jennifer!)
And that's it for The Devil Wears Prada! Let me know if you recognize any of the products.
In other news, I'll be away for the next few weeks--I'll see you in January!