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Friday, April 8

Inspiration - The Emperor's Wife

I love this movie. It's one of the best (fantasy?) romance movies ever screened. Love the makeup on the heroine - red eyeshadow that goes subtly over the lines and becomes blush. Unfortunately I don't have the guts to try the same look :).
I might try one day... when I'm home alone.
And my favorite scene: when Sabah pretends to crown herself.
It was such a powerful, emotion laden scene!
I do apologize for the crappy quality of these pics - they we're all internet provided :S.
An old, low budget film... amazing.
IMDb

9 comments:

Opal Stevens said...

Hey, I'm so glad I found your blog :)! Hope you can check out my beauty blog sometime!

http://opalstevens.blogspot.com

LiisK said...

Thank you for stopping by :)

Sil. said...

Aitäh filmisoovituse eest! Piltide ja kirjelduse põhjal tundub kauni pildikeelega ja ka huvitav olevat. Üritan kindlasti vaadata, kui vähegi võimalus peaks tekkima.

LiisK said...

Sentimentaalne, väikese kiiksuga, aeglase kuluga naistekas :) - ma loodan, et meeldib.

Mary ♥ Mur said...

♥I see you re very talanted.) Your blog is amazing♥

LiisK said...

See viimane kommentaar täidab südame kohe rõõmuga :D, sest sama asja on konkreetne isik eile kirjutanud veel paari inimese blogisse, keda ma jälgin :D. Ma ei mäletagi, mis selle tegevuse täpne nimentus oli, vist spämmimine...

Anonymous said...

you have an excellent post. thank you so much for taking all the time to swatch the colors of the micas. Maybe your good camera has some filter options that will help you. Mine lets me change to incandescent lighting or indoors and it will take off the blue cast or the yellow cast to the photos. Thanks again for the great content!

herroyalbleakness said...

Thanks for sharing this. I'm looking for this title soon :)

The blogging world misses you! :) hope all's okay and we hope to see your posts soon! *hugs from the Philippines*

LiisK said...

Dear Anonymous, thank you. My camera is an ordinary cheap one, with not much added features. But I have been given some-kind of a photo editing software - I have yet to learn how to use it :)
herroyalbleakness, thank you for your kind words, I'll try to be more productive during the long weekend :), keep up the good work yourself ;)