The Month of Games

Running until July 31st, the Month of Games brings you three theme rooms featuring designs from some of Second Life’s top designers. Kiddo Oh of Dead Dollz is taking part in this event with three new exclusives, two of which are below.

Mrs White is inspired by the game Clue; a classy dress for the femme fatale. This beautiful pencil-skirt white sheath is covered in black lace with a solid black stripe down each side and a bow in back.

Dead Dollz - Mrs White

Dead Dollz - Mrs White

Frostine is inspired by the game Candyland; a romantic white gown with silver detailing. The gown comes with a hud to change the middle from solid to sheer with several skin tones of the sheer to match your skin with.

Dead Dollz - Frostine

Dead Dollz - Frostine


Photos 1-2:
PXL – Mia skin Makeup 2 *pale* by Hart Larrson
IKON – Ascension eyes *green* by Ikon Innovia
Matte – Shape 14 by Cora Pomilio
SLink – Mesh Hands by Siddean Munro
tram – D217 hair by Moca Loup
Dead Dollz – Mrs White by Kiddo Oh (new) Month of Games
Lode – Binny hat *black dots* by Chirzaka Vlodovic
Lassitude & Ennui – Chunky Gold Necklace by Jackal Ennui
Maubray – Ari Studded Cuff *gold* (closed)
Pure Poison – Gold Etany Earrings by Shaleene Kenin
pda poses (closed)

Photos 3-4:
PXL – Mia skin Makeup 2 *pale* by Hart Larrson
IKON – Ascension eyes *ice* by Ikon Innovia
Matte – Shape 14 by Cora Pomilio
SLink – Mesh Hands by Siddean Munro
La Malvada Mujer – Anthology of transition # 1+ gloss by Faina Cortes
Milk – Queen of the Court hair by Milk Chan
Dead Dollz – Frostine by Kiddo Oh (new) Month of Games
Lode – Glitter Rose Hat by Chirzaka Vlodovic
Ellabella – Nahimana’s Winter Necklace by Ellantha Larsson
Maitreya poses by Onyx LeShelle (photo 3) and Flowey poses by Flutter Memel (photo 4)

location: Memento, Chouchou

Hair Fair Post #2 – Koy

Hey! Here I am with another post of awesome hair. As you may have noticed I have recently begun to blog hair for the brand Koy by Steve Cartier. It is a new brand with lovely new styles to fit every girls wardrobe.

At Hair Fair he covered all the styles: punk, cute, and elegant.
Left to Right: Dormer, Mathilda, and Lana.

I loved Dormer because it had that punk edge to the hair while still not going so much overboard. You can still carry this look and make it classy with the hairbases that are included with the hair. If you want to go funky check marketplace or any store inworld that sells etched hairbases it will add some edge to your look.

When I put on Mathilda it reminded me so much of a friend of mine. Every detail down to the way the bangs were parted. Now I’m going to have to call her Mathilda forever. Thanks Steve! But the real reason I loved this hairstyle because it is short and works well when you want to display necklaces and earrings in your photos.

Now when I saw Lana, I immediately though Lana Lane you know from Smallville. This hair reminds me of the hairstyle she wore throughout the gajillion series the had. This particular hairstyle is what I consider as silverscreen queen hairstyle. It has elegance and a casual look to it all in one.

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Poses by Vanity Poses