We are finally on the threshold of Hair Fair 2017. It starts in just a few hours (midnight, if I’m not mistaken). In the meantime, I have a couple of things you can do to keep you occupied.
First, visit Japonica. This is a themed event that celebrates the Japanese culture. The Niche dress from Salt & Pepper is a beautiful example. The flowers across the bodice preserve your modesty, despite the sheer top. The dress can be purchased in either single colours and of course, the amazing fatpack. The flowers are colour-change via HUD and with the fatpack you can mix and match the tones of the bodice, waist and skirt for your favourite combination.
After you have completed your shopping excursion, you need to join the free Hair Fair demo group, to get you ready for your shopping spree. To join, copy and paste the following into local chat in Second Life and join the Hair Fair DEMO Group
The designers are loading this group so you can choose your favourites before heading out to shop. With four full sims, that’s a lot of designers and a lot of demos! Best of all, a portion of all proceeds go to Wigs for Kids, a fabulous charity that donates wigs to children with illnesses or treatments that cause hair loss. Hair Fair is a wonderful way to feel good about spending your money, knowing that you will be helping to make a difference in a child’s life.
Step over the threshold; you have things to do.
Pretty stuff I’m showing off:
*Dress: Salt & Pepper S&P dress Niche – Maitreya by xxSaltandPepperxx (available at Japonica through July 23)
*Shoes: fri.day – Anya.Heels (Scarlet) by Darling Monday
Hair & flowers: .:EMO-tions:. * CALANIA * hair by Mirja Mills (coming to Hair Fair 2017)
*Mesh head: CATWA HEAD Lona v2.12 by Catwa Clip
Mesh body, hands and feet: Maitreya Mesh Body – Lara by Onyx LeShelle
*Mesh head applier: *Birth* 3rd Gen ‘Freya’ Catwa (Catya_bento) Applier – 03. Tone by Silent Alchemi
*Mesh body applier: *Birth* 3rd Gen Maitreya Body Skin Applier – 03. Tone v1.0 by Silent Alchemi
Pose/prop: Exposeur – Sartorialist Showcase by RubyStarlight Writer
Photo taken with LUMIPro 2017 by Stefan Buscaylet