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Game of Thrones Anxiety

Everyone here deals with the anxiety and stress of waiting for the new GOT season to start in their own way.
Can you believe that I have never seen GOT?
Yeah I usually attack the books first before seeing the film. The Hunger Games book series was so great that when watching the movies I was comparing the films and the books the whole time.
Honestly that's probably the best strategy. The books do have a lot more information and the show has changed some of the story - so they actually do not mirror one-another 100%. The show roughly follows the events of the books. Some are changed, some are left out. Others are the same. If you love the show you'll love the books. So that's always a safe bet.
Amazing how you were still able to enjoy the show by reading the books first. I wanted to read them but as everyone hyped about th show I couldn't help myself but to watch but I'll eventually reach the books and compare how the director imagination!
Sounds like a crazy show from how you describe it. I will have to see if anyone has the series on dvd that I can borrow
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Kevin Alexander, the mastermind behind the Game of Throne hairstyle, created some of the most gorgeous and unique combination of twists, locks and braids hairdo. According to the hair designer, he spend a lot of time planning out the hairstyle to suit each character. One of his most challenging hairstyle is Daenerys Targaryen's character. The actress (Emilia Clarke) who played the character actually have very dark hair. Alexander would invest about two hours to put her hair together. This includes - tightly braiding the entire hair, carefully placing the wig on, and styling it. All of I have to say is Alexander is simply talented! If you're dying to want to replicate some of the GoT hairstyles, learn from the GIFs below! Daenerys Targaryen Split the back of your hair in half (horizontally) and tie the bottom half in a ponytail. Take a section of hair from the front of each side of the head and Dutch braid it back. Gather the braids together into a ponytail at the back of the head. Combine the braid with the bottom into one big Dutch braid. Catelyn Stark Part your hair in the center. Take a large section of hair from the front of both sides and begin twisting it until you reach the back of your nape. Clip it in place and combine the two twist into a big 3-strand braid. Sansa Stark Part hair in the middle. Take a small section on either side and begin French braiding until it reaches mid-length of your hair. Repeat with the other side. Gather the remaining hair from the front two sides and twist it to the back. Pin it to place and you're done! Cersei Lannister Take a small section of hair from the top of each side of the head and twist it to the back. Pin it in place. Gather a slightly bigger section under the first twist. Repeat the same process except you'll be combining it into a 3-strand braid.