Gloria Saunders

Veronika Lake

Nancy Caroll

Virginia Wells

Yvonne de Carlo

Nancy Caroll

Nancy Caroll

Martha Vickers

Joan Crawford

Grace Bradley

Etchika Choureau

Lillian Wells

Betty Grable

Ava Gardner

Adele Jergens

Dusty Anderson

Betty Grable

Clara Bow


Horror month

(each movie is linked to imdb)
(I can't remember where I got these pictures, so let me know if you want me to remove them)

I would really like to celebrate Samhain with someone, but since I ususally work or are occupied in Oslo around that time, I celebrate Halloween in the more commercial way by watching old horror movies. Last October I watched the Innocents (1961) and the Shining (1980), and this month I've already watched the Lake of the Dead (1958) and Rosemary's Baby (1968). Next on my list is the Wicker Man (1973), the Birds (1963), Repulsion (1965), Invasion of the Body Snatcher (1956), What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962) and the Testament of Dr Mabuse (1933)

Have you seen any of these movies?


Stocking up for winter...

One of the things I associate with winter is dry skin and dry hair, so I've already stocked up on products to keep my skin and hair mosturized. Today I bought some products on iherb, and I can't wait to try them out:

Jason Natural Apricot Conditioner, Desert Essence Conditioner in Coconut, Shikai Color Reflect Warm Shampoo and Aubrey Organcis Scalp Soothing Shampoo.

Jason Natural Hand and Body Lotion in Rosewater, Nubian Heritage Body Wash in Coconut, Papaya with Vanilla, Desert Essence Oganics Body Care Body Wash in Raspberry.

NutriBiotic Natural Body Foot Powder, Kiss My Face Foot Creme and Scrub

Jason Natural Apricot Scrub, Jason Natural Nourishing Cocoa Butter Moisturizing Creme and Avalon Lavender Facial Cleansing

I only use makeup and hair products that are not tested on animals, but I would love to gradually replace all my beauty products with natural and organic products. The products I bought from iherb are organic, vegan, cruelty free and with no parabens. On top of that they all have smells that can bring me back to the summer on cold winter days. Originally I would love to make my own product and to gradually stop using products on my hair, but that has to wait until I stop using collor on my hair. One step at a time, right? Next step is to replace all my laundry products. If you have any great tips, please let me know!


TV costumes

I've been abit absent lately, and I guess I will be absent for a few weeks as well. I've got so much on my plate these days, and most of my days are (and will be) spent writing about Langston Hughes' poem The Negro Speaks of Rivers, Celtic and Norse mythology, and structuralist poetics. In the meantime, here are the rest of the stills from The Hour.

The Hour

Costume designer: Suzanne Cave
These stills are from episode 4-6, and are taken by me

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