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How to Get Away with Murder S01E06 (Freakin’ Whack-a-Mole)


eaudecartierconcentree_bornunicornCartier Eau de Cartier Concentrée, a citrus aromatic perfume created by Christine Nagel and launched in 2002, can be seen on Annalise Keating’s dressing table.

When I first spotted it, I thought it wasn’t the right choice for her. I expected her to wear something bold, more in-your-face, but then I realized I was wrong: the fresh note of yuzu combined with lavender, cedar, coriander, white amber and patchouli seems just perfect for her, as it’s fresh, clean and unfussy, a quiet detail in her hectic life.

How to Get Away with Murder S01E10 (Hello Raskolnikov)

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Annalise Keating’s dressing table is always worth a careful look because there’s often something interesting on it. In the opening scene of this episode she puts some NARS blush on and picks a Tom Ford black-case lipstick, even if she ends up wearing a different lipstick.

The title of this episode refers to Rodion Romanovič Raskol’nikov, the protagonist of Fëdor Dostoevskij’s Crime and Punishment (1866): he kills a pawnbroker and her sister; he gets away with the double murder until he decides to admit the crime. Could it be a hint to what will happen next in the tv show?

How to Get Away with Murder S01E03 (Smile or Go to Jail)



macrubywoo_bornunicornA couple of weeks ago I binge-watched the ABC legal dramaHow to Get Away with Murder and I fell in love with the make-up of Bonnie Winterbottom (Liza Weil). It’s very similar to my everyday make-up, which means bare face and eyes but ruby red lips. The shade used on her is fantastic, so I turned to Twitter to ask the show’s make-up artist more about it. Sergio Lopez-Rivera was so kind to answer my question and revealed he uses Ruby Woo by MAC on the actress. This shade is among my favourites ever, but I must admit it looks more vibrant on Liza, probably because of her fair complexion, which makes the colour pop.