If you tuned into the latest episode of Max’s And Just Like That…, you may have caught a quick glimpse of the very impressive vanity of Lisa Todd Wexley, played by fan-favorite Nicole Ari Parker.
The clip was brief, but the beauty products were big, and featured none other than Tracee Ellis Ross’ beloved Pattern brand, a line dedicated specifically for the styling needs of textured hair.
Right around the halfway mark of “Bomb Cycle,” the telltale bright-yellow tubes popped up front and center, while what looks to be Balmain Hair, Tatcha and marocMaroc were also in the skin- and hair-care mix. For makeup, Gucci and Tom Ford made up the lineup on the table to the left of Parker.
According to a rep for Pattern, the Mini Leave-In Conditioner and Mini Curl Gel were the two specific products that made the cut in last Thursday’s episode. “It was an organic placement that the brand was both surprised and delighted by the authentic inclusion,” the brand told us.
While Wexley’s beauty stash may have been serious, as Ross previously told us, when she was younger, her personal collection had to be curbed—by none other than her mom, superstar Diana Ross.
“Nothing was really working and my mom finally said, ‘You can’t get any more [products] until you grow up and have a job!’”