You might begin to think that we aren’t allowed to wear proper clothes with our Belleza Venus bodies but this just isn’t true. I think, though, that when we get a reason to be naked of half naked on the feeds, we just run with it.
The thing about skins is, none of us wants to look like the other one. But for the awesome price of the ARCADE it’s hard to pass up a great skin like Emily. You can always opt to make some tweaks to the skin that make it more YOU, your signature look, than just the out of the box skin. Three very small adjustments personalized this #5 version of Emily. Continue reading →
Belleza’s EMILY at The Arcade this time around is a perfect pick up because with five brow options included (the fifth being no brow, so you can customize with your own) any one can wear this skin, regardless of your avatar’s favorite hair color. Continue reading →
Belleza has released a new pretty face for this round of ARCADE and I’m going to start off my ARCADE PREVIEWS by showing you the RARES. Each skin comes with 5 brow options, a lip gloss, moles, and hair bases. I’m wearing them all with blondes but they work equally well with red or brown/black tones. Continue reading →
I’m not always a man…but when I am……I wear beards and messy hair and pretend I’m a hobo (a very clean and handsome one). lol
Belleza – Dylan – Pale 1
[INK] ZEUS – Black – Hair and Beard (Collabor88)
Caster Inc. – One The Can See Denim Jacket and Shirt
Suicide Gurls – Ne Zha Unisex Tattoo
Ikon Ascension Eyes – Midnight
Bloody Mess – Cigarette with no filter
I just put in a new nautical themed bar thanks to Cheeky Pea’s new release for The Neighborhood. It comes stocked with beverages, so I’m ready to face my Monday with a sense of calm and relaxation. Thank you Cheeky Pea. Continue reading →
It’s Bandana Day 2014, the day we take off our hair in support of those for whom having hair isn’t an option due to illness.
You’ll hear people say us doing this doesn’t make a difference. I get their point. We’re not curing anything, we’re not solving anything.
What are doing it for then? Why do we do it then?
It’s a gesture of solidarity. It’s a gesture of support, of respect. We’re saying “We’re with you.” This is how we show our solidarity and our empathy.
An example of why/how gestures matter.
I have a good friend at work and she’s going through some tough times. She’s Cuban and we’ve shared some cafe con leches over the years while we visited. I went in early the other day and stopped by the bakery, I took her a guava pastry and a cafe con leche. When I brought it to her I said “It looked yesterday like you could use a treat today.”
She hugged me and cried.
Did I fix her problems? Nope. Did I make it all better? Nope.
But I made a small gesture, to say I cared, and I was thinking of her. And it matter TO HER.
You can still get your Bandana at Hair Fair and 100% of the proceeds benefits Wigs for Kids. They are all dontated by SL residents, creators and bloggers and just regular folk like us. I hope we light up the feeds today – with a lack of hair.
Everyone else is still snoring in their campers but I’m up early because there is so much going on! Hair Fair still goes until tomorrow and I’ve forgotten to go pick up the dollarbie Kavar from EXILE put out. It’s sort of a silly rainbow hair and I have to have it.
There is still time to pick up this gorgeous ‘do from Wasabi Pills also, in fact Hair Fair several years ago was where I first became acquainted with Wasabi Pills. I fell in love then and have been delighted as time has pass at what an amazing and versatile creator she’s become. Who will you fall in love with at the Hair Fair this year? Continue reading →