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Hair Fair 2011 – I played modify today

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Today I played ‘let’s modify’ with some older and new items. It was great finding out that I could make a whole different look from a dress, by turning it into a skirt.

The new hair is of course all from LeLutka at Hair Fair. The styles are gorgeous, the one on the left is just miraculous, the headband is an amazing retro style, with scalloped rows of incredibly textured yummyness. I want to call them scales, but scalloped will have to do.

The other styles are just heavenly, and there is even a dollarbie style called Pinned that is a MUST HAVE. The exciting part of the LeLutka release is that they have finnally created hairbase tattoos for all colours, and if that isn’t awesome enough they are mod, so you can tint them to get a closer fit to other hair too. The bases will be sold seperately at their mainstore after hair fair, but for a treat they are included in the hair fair packs, so buy at least one fat pack and get them all now.

The Minnu dress a recent release is actually the middle look, except I didn’t attach the upper portion and using edit linked parts I reduced the middle part to a small shape inside my torso. I love love love how this turned out, I am hoping I can convine the powers that be to make a skirt only version.

My second mod was only the length of the Poncho, so that it actually let you see the dress underneath, with the fabulous hip slung belt. Also it gave me a chance to see my avatar warm and snuggly, because I am FREEZING cold down here.

Did I mention that LeLutka has a discounted area now? not sure if I did or not previously, but up one end of the mainstore there is a TP to a suite upstairs, and there are lots of previously released items. I think the MO top is one of them, which I am wearing with the gorgeous Flow cardigan. This Cardigan is so beautiful.

Make sure you get all the LeLutka goodies at Hair Fair and remember a portion from EVERY sale at the fair goes to Wigs for Kids, and Andrew their rep was in world and did the four sim tour this afternoon with me and thinks you are all so talented and amazing to do what you are doing, so keep on shopping.

Hair Fair Banner 2011

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Poses by :

aDORKable

Equipment Used:

VR Studio 3.0 and HUD and Library for location shootsVR Foundry Mainstore , VR Foundry @ The Deck

Skin Worn:

Gem – LeLutka

Eyes:

Ellis – LeLutka

Lashes:

Natural Curl Sculpted Lashes – LeLutka

Me:

Hair:

Nicole, Loose, Shoop – LeLutka @ Hair Fair 2011

Clothes:

Minnu Dress (MODIFIED) , Anna Dress , Corinth Poncho (MODIFIED), Mo Top, Flow Cardigan, Caprica Jeans – LeLutka

Cropped Tank Top – Mon Tissu

Shoes/Boots:

Mischa Slate – LeLutka

Accessories:

Woven Tote Bag – Beetle Bones

Wanderer set – League

MaiCao Bag – LeLutka

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