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Do You Want It AllTwo Door Cinema Club
No Shame Shuffle 040
Do You Want It All // Two Door Cinema Club
Long day. Clint left the Coulson home at a quarter to six in the morning, it was now eleven at night as he unlocked the door. Went in, and locked it behind himself. Tossed his keys into the bowl by the door. Toed off his shoes, and shuffled into the livingroom. Nobody was on the couch at the moment, so he just flopped face-down onto it with a low groan.
Get The Look:Golden Globes : Mina Kunis @ Golden Globes
A look at Mila Kunis as she walked the red carpet at the 69th Annual Golden Globe Awards held at the Beverly Hilton hotel in Beverly Hills, California on January 15th, 2012.� Her makeup was by Tracey Levy for Dior. “I was inspired by the dress to create a fresh, sophisticated look with a lot of sex appeal,” said Levy.Makeup Breakdown
- Skin: Diorskin Nude Foundation 030 and 040 mixed with Diorskin Forever Foundation 030
- Eyes: Dior 5-Couleurs Eyeshadow in Garden Pastels 441, Dior 5-Couleurs Eyeshadow in Navy Design 208 (along the lashline), Diorshow Iconic Extreme Mascara in Extreme Black
- Lips: Dior Creme de Rose Lip Balm and Dior Rouge Serum in Sweet Pink Crystal 645
- Cheeks: Diorblush in Passion Fruit 533 and Dior Bronze Original Tan in Healthy Tan 001
Her hair was done by stylist Mara Roszack. To complement her Old Hollywood-inspired gorgeous black Dior dress, Mara created a loose braided bun that felt classic and youthful all at once. “Mila has such an overall elegance to her style. I wanted to create a look that would complement the femininity of the dress while still looking polished,” Mara said.Hair Breakdown
First, Mara treated the ends of Mila’s damp hair to L’Oréal Paris EverStyle Smooth and Shine Serum. She started at the bottom and worked the serum up further into hair for a smooth base. From here, she sprayed L’Oréal Paris EverStyle Volume Root Lifting Spray at the roots to add extra oomph while blow-drying with a round brush
Next, Mila’s hair was gathered into a low ponytail, loosely braided and secured with a hair elastic. This loose braid was then wrapped into a bun shape around the elastic and pinned into place using bobby pins. A touch of Oribe Rough Luxury Molding Wax was used to smooth any remaining flyaways and frizzies. A final mist of L’Oréal Paris Elnett Satin Extra Strong Hold Unscented Hairspray was used to lock in the style for touchable hold.
This is your fault || Katherine and Klaus
Katherine was pissed, furious. She’d never been more mad at a person than she was Klaus. He was the reason behind all her pain, he was the reason she couldn’t be happy. After Eric had left, she’d made herself busy with cleaning the house, but she couldn’t. As happy as she was, that rage still lingered and she longed to shove a stake in Klaus’s chest, regardless of the fact that it wouldn’t kill him. She wanted him to feel pain. Her pain. He’d pay.
After changing into a warn pair of jeans and a old tank-top, she made her way out of the house and hopped into her car. Her fingers slid through her hair as she backed out of the apartment complex and made her way towards Klaus’s mansion. She really didn’t care if his family was home or not. She needed to get her say in and she needed to let out this rage before it ended up consuming her.
Pulling up outside the house, she shut the car off and made her way to the front door, knocking once, twice and a third time before she stepped back and waited, her face void of any emotion. God she hated him. “Klaus!” she called out, kicking the door impatiently with her foot.