I love the CW show The 100, I still need to watch season six but I have seen all of the highlights of most of the episodes to know basically what happened. And it was amazing! I’ll actually watch it next week or the following, but in the meantime I thought I would go over the characters that have the highest body count during the time of the show. To see who really is the Commander of Death or Wanheda, as it’s not Clarke Griffin even though she bears the title. Now some of these counts are estimates as the actual number is not confirmed during the show, but are taken from estimates of other characters through their quotes.
The 100 is one of my favorite TV shows to watch, and during the course of that show there have been numerous heart wrenching moments. So, I thought I would do another collection post highlighting those moments. Now I have not ordered these from heart breaking to absolutely devastating, but more in the order they happened on the show. Since these are heart wrenching moments, this post will contain a lot of spoilers. If you haven’t seen the show but want to, I suggest you don’t ruin these moments for yourself.
One of my favorite characters in The CW’s The 100 has to be Octavia Blake, who has gone through by far the greatest evolution during the course of the show’s six seasons with the sixth just kicking off. So I thought I would go over her character arc as I find it just so interesting to see how she has changed over time.
I just got 100% caught up with the show The 100 from CW. And I was feeling extremely inspired to do a makeup tutorial doing some grounder war paint. Specifically the Commander… though not Lexa, this look is inspired by how she does her makeup in the show but I wasn’t aiming for making it exact. If I had to pick a favorite character from the show, I would have to say Octavia Blake. No spoilers, but she is amazing!
love doing new hairstyles and trying to do more complicated looks. And a lot of the inspiration I take when creating a new look come from television shows. Especially ones where the characters have a lot of braids in their hair. Some shows that I love watching that have amazing braided hairstyles are the following: The 100, Vikings, and Game of Thrones. Now for my everyday hair, I don’t go to the extreme they do but I take inspiration from them.