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Florence Welch/ Florence + The Machine

Post by Maggie on Sun Jul 13, 2014 2:06 am

Dare I say this but I think I've found my face claim for my female muse from here on out. I've been a fan of hers for a while now but recently my love and appreciation for her music has resurfaced. ( Only If For A Night really helped me through my Gran's passing for some reason and Never Let Me Go is an easy second.) Pardon me for gushing, couldn't help myself.

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Re: Florence Welch/ Florence + The Machine

Post by Wolfy on Mon Jul 21, 2014 10:32 am

Never apologise for sharing your adoration of such a wonderful artist. I actually have Beautiful Creatures to thank for introducing me to Florence and the Machine — then of course, Florence herself. She is fabulous and can see clearly why you love her so! she's also stunning and would make a perfect face claim for an OC.

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Post by Maggie on Mon Jul 21, 2014 11:21 am

Aww thank you! I was afraid I'd gone nuts with using her a face claim, ha. I just find her so interesting, there's something so ethereal about her and the music just adds to it. I've really got to get my hands on a copy of that movie! I've read the book and I'm curious to see if the movie stays in step with the novel.

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Post by Wolfy on Tue Jul 22, 2014 5:47 am

I think she's fantastic! and her hair.. I love her hair, a lot. I would'nt advise watching the film if you've already read the book because it's nowhere near as close as it could be. It really falls short, so that was quite a let down. I only sat through it for Emmy, if I'm being honest.

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Post by Maggie on Tue Jul 22, 2014 6:15 am

So do I, and I envy her hair. I know she's said in a few interviews that she does do a home color and "any old box color will do." I myself would be terrified to attempt to color my hair at home especially when it comes to such a lovely color. ( I left the color on too long when I made the mistake of coloring my hair a dark deep brown and it came out black as pitch.) So no more home jobs for me, haha.

I love that you're honest my dear. Smile Oh really? That's a right shame though they could have done so much in the cinematic venue with it. I think I'd still give a watch just for Emmy's performance because as I read the book and Ridley popped up I just kept thinking of her as the character.

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