HOW TO DO DARK MAKE UP - HOW TO PUT MAKE UP ON FACE - MAKE UP FOR BLUE EYES AND BLONDE HAIR
How To Do Dark Make Up
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- makeup: an event that is substituted for a previously cancelled event; "he missed the test and had to take a makeup"; "the two teams played a makeup one week later"
- constitution: the way in which someone or something is composed
- constitute: form or compose; "This money is my only income"; "The stone wall was the backdrop for the performance"; "These constitute my entire belonging"; "The children made up the chorus"; "This sum represents my entire income for a year"; "These few men comprise his entire army"
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- With little or no light
- devoid of or deficient in light or brightness; shadowed or black; "sitting in a dark corner"; "a dark day"; "dark shadows"; "dark as the inside of a black cat"
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- absence of light or illumination
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"See, this is how crazy Batman's made Gotham!"
"We've lost a great, great actor. By looking at what he had done prior to our film and getting the privilege of watching him work on our film, he could have honestly turned himself into anything he wanted and would have done a great job. Everything he did was different, and he made everything his own. He made really interesting choices, and I think he would have had a really interesting career. He already did. It would have only gone further in that direction. We have lost a huge talent and a great guy."
~ (The Dark Knight producer Emma Thomas on Heath Ledger's death - Backstage.com, Dec 2008)
"It was a fun day working for me. Heath, out of the box, doing his thing. I felt like he was in such command that I could say anything to him in character and he would come right back with something funnier, better. As an actor, you can't ask for anything more.
For Heath to give completely of himself, to open himself up, to be so vulnerable and to take such risks with the character just freed everyone in the room."
~ (Aaron Eckhart/"Harvey Dent" on filming the hospital bed scene with Heath Ledger’s Joker in The Dark Knight - Variety, Dec 2008)
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The picture is of the stunning Bank Robber version of the HOT TOYS Joker action figure that I've pre-ordered back in August and which finally arrived. What a great Christmas present it is! :)
It's good to have both the first and this Bank Robber version because not only does the new figure sport a new and improved headmold with an even closer resemblance to Heath Ledger's Joker from The Dark Knight than before, it's also masterfully painted and detailed in the face unlike any Joker figure on the market. His smudgy and running make-up, the puffy facial scars, the realistic wetness of his eyes (so life-like!), the movie accurate outfit and shoes and not to mention the goodies like the clown mask, bag, gun, shot gun, wad of cash and other extras, are all beautiful and little works of art.
Just looking at the figure makes me relive the movie's 6 min prologue sequence that I've been obsessing over with other fans since it aired before the premiere of I Am Legend back in December 2007. It was a great idea on The Dark Knight director Nolan's part to promote his movie this way and to build up the unbelievable hype that will be talked about for many years to come.
When the movie was released half a year later, the fans who've seen the prologue already, as well as anyone who did a little research online in the months before the premiere, knew of the surprise reveal at the end of the sequence... One of the masked clowns robbing the bank is the Joker himself and he's not sharing his money with anyone! Bang, bang, bang!
Whistling in the Dark & Couldn't Keep it to Myself
Book # 27 - Whistling In the Dark - By Lesley Kagen
The Book is set in 1959. You have The O'Malley sister..Troo & Sally. Their sister Nell, their mom, and their bastard of a step father, Hall. Troo and Sally's mom has to enter the hospital to get a simple gall bladder operation and winds up spending most of the summer in the hospital due to all kinds of complications. Nell their older sister is supposed to be keeping an eye on the girls, but she is too preoccupied by her boyfriend to pay much attention to the girls. Hall, if he comes at all, is usually drunk and passed out. Otherwise he is normally shaked up with another woman across town. So pretty much Sally (10)& Troo (9) are on their own during a time when their seems to be a killer on the loose who likes to murder little girls. Sally is pretty much expecting that she or her sister will be next.
It's quite a predictable book (I had the killer figured out by the first 100 pages) , but all in all it's a rather cute story and a good read. The only complaint I had is that the story was being told through Sally, which is not the problem, but it did not seem to be told in a 10 year olds voice. She sounded a little bit older and so did her sister Troo. That is pretty much my only complaint.
Book 28 - Couldn't Keep It to Myself: Wally Lamb and the Women of York Correctional Institution (Testimonies from our Imprisoned Sisters)
Yes..I am still on my Wally Lamb kick. He is incredibly addicting. He is such a fantastic writer and although he did not directly write this book he is the one that inspired these women to come forth and write their stories. I guarntee you that once you have read this you will look at women in prison in a whole new light (maybe even the men as well, but this is not about the men). Just so I make myself clear and I am not accused as being some bleeding whining liberal, Although their end behavior (the one that wound them up in prison) is not excusable ( not all, but a few Yes) , it can be understood why they did the things they did and wound up down a path that did not turn out in their favor. These women endured almost all of their life mental, physical, and sexual abuse from their own relatives at very early ages. As time went on they wound up with men who promised them the world and gave them nothing but heartache and they coped the only way that they knew how. It's shocking to say the least and I would highly recommend it. I can't sit here and tell you what I would have done if I were in their shoes and honestly no one can unless you have been through what they have gone through.
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