Dude! The Hunger Games movie was so good! I’d read in a few reviews that the critics thought it dragged in parts, but I didn’t feel that way at all. My eyes were glued the entire time. I thought it moved at a quick clip from start to finish, and with a few exceptions, stays true to the spirit of the books.
I do think director Gary Ross had to sacrifice some character development to move the story along, so I think it helps in this case to have read the first book beforehand, or at least it might make it more enjoyable to have some of that back story going in.
Oh! And Lenny Kravitz rocked Cinnaâ€™s gold eyeliner out! Believe you me, I had my torch and pitchfork with me, and I was ready to use ‘em if that detail had been cut.
My own golden eyeliner held up like a champ, yay! I was afraid I’d lose it there for a second when I got teary-eyed in the scene with Rue, but lo, it even lasted through that.
Totally different than what I experienced with LancÃ´me’s new liners earlier this week…
I think it was Tuesday; I remember because I’d woken up early that morning feeling emotional and moody.
I call those my “orange alert” days, and I tend to reach for waterproof makeup at those times, especially when the tricks I usually use to soothe my inner savage beast don’t work.
So, I was getting ready in front of my bathroom mirror and thought I’d give a couple of LancÃ´me’s Liner Design Long Wear Calligraphy Gel Liners a try.
Swatches of Indigo Darling (left) and Violet Stylista (right)