Drama - As Seen On TV Theme Week

We are being watched. 
The government has a secret system - a machine - that spies on you every hour of every day. 
I designed a machine to detect acts of terror, but it sees everything. 
Violent crimes involving ordinary people. 
The government considers these people irrelevant. 
We don’t. 
Hunted by the authorities, we work in secret. 
You'll never find us. 
But victim or perpetrator, if your number’s up, we’ll find you. 

Today it's time for some Drama on our TV theme week! I already told you that I like to watch those procedual dramas and I happened to choose one of those for this drama theme too. Though this series is a bit different variation from that traditional procedual crime drama. If you've ever watched this you already know which series I'm talking about since you can't really watch it without hearing those lines that I started this post with.

That is of course Finch's narration from the title of Person of Interest, my choice for this drama theme. Person of Interest is definitely one of my favorite series currently on TV and I hope some of you are also familiar with this show as it is a really good one! I especially loved the first two seasons and it's still good one though I'm not sure if I'm completely in love with everything happening in seasons three and four. But like I said, if you haven't seen this, I highly recommend it and you should start from the first season.

Ever since Benjamin Linus and Lost, Michael Emerson has been one of my favorite actors on TV and he was probably the main reason I started watching POI in the first place. He hasn't disappointed at all in this show either and I think his character Finch and Jim Caviezel as Reese are a brilliant pair together. In fact I think the whole cast has been quite awesome, I've even began to like Root's character eventhough I really didn't like her in the beginning.

This time I didn't want to make my nails too straight from the series, I just wanted something that would still remind of it. So I chose to do a saran wrap manicure with black, red and grey and on top of that I painted few symbols that are a part of the show in the tittle sequences and in the show itself. I first painted my nails with one coat of Essie Licorice. 

After it was dry I dabbed some A England Perceval to here and there quite randomly and then used saran warp pieces to lift some of the polish off. After that I painted my nails with Essie Maximillian Strasse Her and again used some saran wrap to get some of the polish off. Somehow I accidentaly managed to smudge the grey a bit with my top coat, but luckily that kinda suited this manicure and my theme. Then I just painted the target squares and triangles using tiny nail art brush and Perceval as well as OPI Angel With a Leadfoot and I Just Can't Cope-acabana.


Products used
Base coat: Sally Hansen Nail Rehab
Polishes: Essie Licorice, A England Perceval, Essie Maximillian Strasse Her, OPI Angel With a Leadfoot, OPI I Just Can't Cobe-acabana
Top coat: Mereneid Top It All and INM Out The Door
Decorations: tiny nail art brush


Have you ever watched Person of Interest?

6 comments

  1. Tästä sarjasta en oo koskaan kuullutkaan. Piti ihan guuglata... :D Kynnet on hienot.

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    1. Suosittelen ehdottomasti tätäkin, tää on hyvä! :) Ja kiitos paljon! :)

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  2. Siis voi ei, taas mulle vain nimellisesti tuttu sarja! Tiedänpähän mistä tulen seuraavan kerran etsimään sarjasuosituksia :D Tykkään kyllä kovasti kyllä toteutuksesta vaikken mitään paljon ymmärrä :'D

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    1. Haha, suosittelen kyllä ehdottomasti katsomaan, ainakin jos tän tyylisistä + Emersonista tykkää! ;) Toteutus varmaan (toivottavasti) aukeaisi aika äkkiä jos tätä rupeaa katsomaan. :D

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  3. Yesss! I love POI (I too, got sucked in because I knew Michael Emerson from Lost) and everything about this post :D Such a clever take on the show <3

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    1. Yay, another POI lover! :) Thank you, I'm so happy to hear you liked my manicure! :)

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