Speaking of the devil, I'm not sure that this charismatic, non-professorial Moriarty is what the show needed. He seems to be a direct ripoff of Heath Ledger's twitchy Joker from The Dark Knight. While highly driven and evil and fun to watch, he does not seem like a criminal mastermind capable of beating Sherlock Holmes at his own game. He just seems like a dick. I had more fun watching Sherlock torment Watson at the Baskerville lab than watching Moriarty play cat and mouse. It felt like Die Hard 3, no disrespect to the Die Hard series, or your Die Hard fan fiction, or your custom Die Hard van with the airbrushed Bruce Willis face and the fake bullet holes. Your van is great and I want to borrow it. In conclusion: I thought Moriarty was complaining about Staying Alive (the song by popular recording artists The Bee Gees) being boring, and I thought that was very funny. Also, the wear pattern on your right boot indicates you fought with the Taliban, and not against them. Could a bullet-time Minority Report style Columbo reboot be far off?
One of the few great re-imaginings has been Sherlock. There was nothing wrong with Doyle's literary detective, but the Moffat show has been a classic in the making. It could be The Version. Yet! The conclusion of the second series has left me with a lukewarm feeling. Consensus decrees that it was the previous episode, a Hound adaptation that was weakest, but I enjoyed it so much more than the final problem. The Richenbach Fall converts the Holmes formula into a serial killer, no one beleives me, Batman and Joker duality slowjam. The details nag: Moriarty's plans are so complicated that at any point, random chance could have unraveled them. For a property so invested in logical mystery solving, these leaps of faith conspire to expose the show's machinery, a plot delivery system with only the needed parts included. Plus all the best king chairs are in glass booths at Westminster Abbey, not The Tower of London. That's where the jewels are. Not important. Forget it. It would seem clear that Moriarty is not dead...
Holmes does not examine the body, and after so many layers of deception and stagecraft, who would believe it? As in the source story and the TV show, Holmes is not dead. Sherlock arranged something prior to the meeting with his smitten medical assistant. His "I think I'm about to die, I need you" is meant to mislead on the romance angle, but we know better, especially since nothing is shown or implied. She has the keys to the morgue, and probably knows some EMTs. Forget what you were shown, the trick will be revealed. In fact, the entire rooftop showdown seems to have been a double-fakeout by Sherlock, meant to convince Moriarty that Holmes was beaten and to con his friends into believing him dead, so that he could vanish into the grave and work the case undetected. Holmes, beaten by a "we're not so different" gambit and the life of his landlady? I should think not, I say!
Hi Everyone. A lot of you leave me comments or send me emails asking how I get flawless skin. I've been saying for ages that I'll do a skincare post and here we are at long last. I spend a lot of time and money on my skin as its more important to me than makeup and hair. I used to suffer really badly from eczema so now I'm older I take extra special care of it. If I don't hydrate my skin looks dry, flaky and dull. I get spots like everyone else too mine are mainly a week before my period is due but its not a major breakout just 1 maybe 2 spots. I'll try to list the best products in order that I use them: Johnson's 3 in 1 wipes for Dry Sensitive Skin (blue ones) - I have never found a wipe that holds the moisture as much as these... loads of wipes that I have tried dry out within a week. Johnson's wipes make my face feel refreshed and they remove every little bit of makeup including waterproof mascara without scrubbing hard at your face. These come in a variety of types Normal Skin, Combination Skin etc.
They can be bought practically anywhere I either purchase them from Asda, Tesco, Boots or Superdrug. They are usually on offer 2 for 6$. So keep your eye out when they are and stock up like I do. Dermalogica Active Moist Moisturising Cream - I first heard of Dermalogica when I received a travel set for Christmas it had a selection of their products but in a travel size. I found myself particularly drawn to the moisturiser. Its mainly aimed at people with Normal to Oily skin but I find that it does wonders for my Dry skin! Its lightweight and oil free and it contains silk amino acids to help smooth and improve the skins texture. It absorbs quickly and doesn't feel greasy after use. I often use this instead of a primer as I love the way it smooths out my skin. I also find that this helps my eczema more than the prescription cream that the doctor gave me. It is a little bit pricey but the quality is amazing and a little goes a long way. I use mine (now the 100ml size) twice a day sometimes more in the winter and my current one has lasted me 5 months! Cost is around 32.00$.
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So you love having fake nails but how much are you damaging your nail during the process? For years I would religiously have acrylic nails done. You could say I was addicted. I personally think nails look there best when they have been french manicured. After taking a break from having acrylic nails done and having a harsh reality check 1. how much I was spending on acrylic nails and 2. the damage that my poor nails were in after the harsh chemicals in the glue. So I laid off the fake nails for everyday wear and just stuck some on when there was a special occasion. I received a email from Nailene Adhesive Nail Tabs. I needed to learn more so once I logged onto my laptop I had a little read. Nailene's Ultra Adhesive Tabs will not damage the natural nail and are long lasting for up to 5 days guaranteed. I had nothing to lose so I contacted the lovely lady at Nailene and asked her if she could send me a sample of the tabs.
Once I received the tabs I rushed to the shop to pick up some fake nails to use the tabs with. I always use the Nailene So Natural Short Square French Manicured nails. You can pick these up from Boots or Superdrug for around $10 depends on the offers. To Use: 1. Select a tab that is the closest size to the nail you are going to apply it to. 2. Hold the tab down on the chosen nail for around 10-15 seconds. 3. Peel off the clear backing on the tab and apply your false nail. Hold for another 10-15 seconds and you're done! My Verdict: I was a little bit optimistic about these. I thought the nail would fall off within a few hours but I was wrong! My full set of nails lasted 10 days before they started to feel a little bit loose. I loved the fact that it was such an easy and clean application. When I use glue I get it everywhere and usually my fingers stick together and its a complete nightmare!
I went for a professional photo shoot. Why? Many people asked me to, so I decided lets hit me baby one more time. I was so surprised by the pics... they awesome, and it is was so much fun. The modelling industry is just very how do I put this, full of shit :) So I think I wont be a model any time soon, one never knows but ill stick to words, I am good with that. Peace out party ppl!
Even dry skins need a good setting powder! To sum up, I have a dry/dehydrated skin, with a fine grain and barely visible pores on the nose aisles. My skin has a tendency to look dull and feel like dry paper if dehydrated and not enough nourished. No breakout, no pimple. Never any natural oil on my face, not even on my nose. Why do I need powder then? After spraying my face with water and before applying my day cream, I apply pure vegetal oil - avocado or jojoba - to nourish it. Although it's efficient, it has the bad side effect to look shiny even after I apply my BB cream. Thus the powder need. I generally only use powder on nose, nose aisles and forehead (my cheeks drink the vegetal oil so greedily that the shiny aspect rapidly disappear). But talc and sometimes kaolin foundable in most powders are a plague for a dry skin - I can stand it once in a while but certainly not everyday. Also it is uneasy for me to find a good color match. Still needing powder, my choice first went to the MAC Prep + Prime finishing powder a couple of years ago because it's totally transparent and doesn't contain talc. Few time ago, I decided to give a try to its cheap concurrent the elf Studio High Definition Powder out of pure curiosity. MAC Prep + Prime contains 9g and retails for 19€ at MAC website. Ingredients: Zea Mays (Corn) Starch, Silica, Mica, Zinc Stearate, Caprylyl Glycol, 1,2-Hexanediol. Elf HD Powder contains 0,28oz (8g), comes with a powder puff and retails for 6,80€ at elf website. Ingredients: Dimethicone/Vinyl Dimethicone Crosspolymer, Silica. Despite elf's jar being larger, you get a bit less quantity of product. Now although both powder promise and provide the same thing (colorless matte effect), they look and feel different on my skin. Mac powder contains mica and has a slight shine. Elf's HD powder does not contain mica and looks completely matte. Both feels smooth when you rub some product between your fingers yet, elf feels even smoother.
Appearance. - MAC Prep+Prime mattify well and the satin finish is really great. Without looking like a disco ball in the least, it brings something lively and fresh I love a lot. - Elf HD Powder makes my skin silky and totally flawless reducing the pores on my nose aisles to... zero. I love how unreal my skin look but the effect can be a bit dull. I generally add shimmer on the top of my cheeks and temples to bring light. Formula. - I have used Mac powder during an extended time but have never been able to use it everyday. I couldn't tolerate a daily use: it dries out my skin like crazy. At the end of the day with this powder, my skin tends to feel like paper, showing signs of visible de-hydration. It's dry to the touch, uncomfortable, lifeless and dull looking. I suspect corn starch to be the responsible element: my sister recently formulated a corn stash based finishing powder for me and it is also very drying. Although I will always reach for natural/vegetal ingredients, this one does not seem to do any good to my skin. - Recently I've worn elf HD powder for one full week straight and at the end of the day, it still felt comfortable (even my cheeks!) and my make up still looked perfect before evening clean up. I'm not too hot on using nylon on my face (it's just a personal matter if I find that weird!) but my skin seems to tolerate it well. Conclusion. Definitely, elf wins the match to me and it doesn't hurt that it is also the third of MAC's price. I really didn't expect to love it the way I do and truth to be told, I was afraid it would be even more drying than MAC Prep + Prime. Trying prove me wrong. Elf really propose here a keeper at bargain price. It doesn't mean that MAC Prep + Prime powder is bad. I genuinely think it does a really great job and I love the soft finish mica gives, but I wouldn't recommend it at all to dry skins. Normal and combination skins might find it better than I do.