Ever wonder how the Prince stays so fit? Well get ready to live, ‘cause we think weknow the answer…
Alongside the regular polo matches, we hear that Liam doesregular workouts that use his own body weight rather than pumping iron. ‘The
Royal Regime’ is apparently heavy on push-ups, pull-ups and dips. Whatever it
is, it looks like it’s working…
More interestingly, we hear that next year the prince
plans to spend the summer with the Indonesian Women’s Diving Team. We bet he
can’t wait to jump in the water with those girls!
“Skandar was the funniest because he’s thirteen years old, he made a great pretense of trying to avoid any sign of physical affection and we would just periodically yell "Group Hug” and all jump on him and give him a big hug while he squirmed.“
Today the Department of Marvelous Makeup is wonderstruck by the comic book makeovers of Canadian makeup artist Lianne Moseley. Based in Calgary, Moseley is entirely self-trained and works full-time doing bridal makeup, but when she’s off the clock she’s working to perfect her skills transforming humble humans, including herself, into awesome superheroes that look like they just leapt off the pages of a comic book, from 2D to 3D. She also made herself look like one of our favorite cartoon characters, Sterling Archer, the world’s most dangerous spy.
So far, her favorite transformation was when she painted herself to look like Captain Planet. “Much of the notoriety I have received online is due to my older brother Derek posting my work on Reddit,” she said. “Captain Planet was my way of paying tribute to my brother and all his support of my art.”
Moseley has received so much (well-deserved) attention for her cartoon superhero makeup skills that she’s now booking appointments doing makeup for cosplayers. Her comic book-style makeover process takes several hours to complete and includes the subject’s face and upper torso.