Now that I have worn my mesh head for over a week – exclusively – I had have plenty of time to figure out appliers for make-up and skin and got some other colours of the hair that Lelutka released as well and thought it would be nice to show off how I look nowadays.
Also, I dare say I will keep wearing this head, because I really love it. Yes, I would like to see her a tad less seriously looking, but who knows what future updates have in store…
The serious look is actually the only thing I would love to change, but it is not annoying enough for me to write off the head.
So, I found some make-up from Jumo, on MP – here is a link – in all kind of vibrant colours, and the appliers work so easy (why was I so afraid of all this!?), I am having way too much fun dressing myself up and combine wild colours. In a way, perhaps my whole style is currently changing, which is fun to realise as well.

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Ego – Being your own Muse‘ is a small exposition, in the CKB Art Gallery. It opened last Saturday and since I was unable to attend the opening, I went to visit it today. The exposition, as the name suggests, features works of various SL photographers with as main topic their own avatar.

Each artist has 7 works on display, and it is really nice to see all the differences. One of the artists I was eager to go see the works of is my dear friend Coobs (Coober.Galicia) who has his very first exposition in SL! He created, and I knew he was working on them but had not seen any of it, seven new works specially for this exposition and they are wonderful.
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When it comes to mesh body-parts I am not the fastest on the trends…With clothes and shoes and other accessories I have always loved new stuff from the beginning, but somehow avatar parts take me longer.

So, after I am now used to wearing a mesh body (TMP) for nude occassions and pics – I still have not bothered to try to get clothes on it…- I read tons of blogs, looked at hundreds of pics and read many threads on: mesh heads.
In the beginning, when the mesh heads arrived in SL, I was almost sure I would never take one. Thinking, initially, I am too attached to my avatars face and I was afraid I would not be Caity anymore?
Was it the fear of ‘not being unique’ anymore or the familiar feeling I have when I see Caity, after all those years? I guess a bit of both.

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Yesterday, 18 may, it was exactly two years ago that Biné Rodenberger took over the sim she loved so much, Mystical Falls, and created her own virtual world, naming it: Binemist.

I have, and still do, loved this place so much, with the changing scenery, the lovely way of decorating and landscaping and also the generosity of Biné to keep rezzing open – making it the perfect place for photoshoots with props, and being it an Adult rated region, it is very suitable for pics that require some nudity – being it art or fashion – without being afraid to get hit on by someone looking for..ahem…other kinds of adult action,  or getting warned for dropping your panties for a moment.

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Every now and then it is nice to do something in Second Life with a group of friends, other then going to a club or sit somewhere and chat, and so it happened that last night the lovely Kerena Zhangsun invited us to come horseback riding in the Calas Galadhon Park, where she lives and works.
Us being: Becky, Kahleesi, Romie and me. Ylva was invited too, but unfortunately did not make it.

A great idea and we all looked forward to it very much, exploring those magnificent sims by horse with Kerena as our tour-guide! Oh and she promised drinks afterwards, always a plus!

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…and the bats have been released.

So one can read on the official World Goth Fair 2015 website, on which you will also find a map and vendor-list for the shoppers.
Yes, I like to shop too, but the main reason I always love to go to the World Goth Fair is the build and the atmosphere. This year as amazing as ever. Openened today is a dark, spooky landscape, but with gorgeous and colourful Northern Light and trees with lights in them  to help you move around without needing night vision.

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