Given that this IS stock, I'll still give it an "A", BUT ...
firstly, here's what I LIKE about it: the dress and the pose will make grown men weep. Helló it'll prolly make a few women weep as well! natural gorgeousness is becoming an all too uncommon commodity. All that's missing is the red carpet 'neath your feet, and the golden tiara atop your head; but then, that's what photomanipulation</i. is for, right?
As for what I'm not so keen on: Your visage and the skin tone seems a little "washed out", as in desaturated. Also, there's that graininess again. Great stock for majestic ghoulishness and macabre, but it would be a tad more difficult to incorporate this pic for use as a glossy glam pic. No matter, your still
Just my opinions, Paige. Please don't be offended as that is NEVER my intent. I still nearly every time you post something new. AND ... you changed your hair colour ... ... waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah!!!!! Is it darker now? Or am I imagining things? Honestly, you have among the lushest, most sensual and just outright beautiful mane of hair I've ever seen; take care of it, and don't muck with it too much, 'k? If you've changed the hair colour, well then that's just grOOvy, as I'm sure you've reasons for it, and it certainly doesn't change the awesomeness that is you, so um,... yeah!
thanks for your great comment! I did indeed dye my hair a darker brown, though it still has red undertones. but just remember, if i didn't dye my hair you would all have to look at dirty dishwater blonde, and that's no fun at all
Hey, if "dirty dishwater blonde" is your natural haircolour, then that's just fine with me. Is that anything like "mouse-y brown"? No matter, colour is unimportant (and I'm sure I'll live to regret ever saying that, since I LOVE colour, but just nevermind that for the moment ... )
I must admit however, that I DO have a thing for the reddishness; it's kinda like , actually.