Where Vampires go for vacation...

Good Evening Everyone,

I was hanging with some friends who were discussing what it would be like to be a vampire. They were discussing all the places they would visit during their vampire life-style, naming all the wonderful places to visit at night, Vegas, Rome, Paris, etc. Since they couldn't be out in the sun, they would always have to travel at night or in a coffin. Which by the way they said was quite out of date for vampires. One friend who is a complete beach bunny, was rather upset when she realized that sunny beaches would be out of her forecast. That got my mind wandering. Why could a vampire not go to the beach? They would just have to enjoy Moonlit beaches instead of sunny ones...after all one does not wish to crisp, now do they?

Second Life Virtual Fashion Review featuring Role-play Vampire

 Now at first glance you may think my pretty Vampire is the same as my Drow Demon from my last post, but she isn't. Today's avatar is created using components from Gauze, .:Soul:., Mina Hair, IKON and Slink.

I do have a thing for mono-tone skins, so I was very excited when I opened up my skins from Gauze and saw the Chronicle Quartz Skin (L$800). The Quartz Skin comes in four tones, Pearl, Rose, Grey Jade, and Smoky. I am wearing the Smoky version. The Chronicle line features skins for Women, FemBois, and Men, all sold separately. Each skin set is available in a wide selection of 9 color sets. Each set comes with four lovely shades of the selected skin color. Appliers are sold separately for The Mesh Project, Slink, and Omega. The one thing I really like about Gauze's skins, beside the fact they are amazingly detailed, is I can apply them to my .:Soul:. Kissers using a Omega Relay (L$99) available for purchase at the .:Soul:. main-store. 

The Kissers I am wearing today is the Cupid's Pout, Vampire Kissers (L$599). I love how the teeth overlap the outside of the mouth just slightly, they look very natural. The fangs can be worn plain or bloody. I chose plain for this shoot since I am not out on a hunt, after all I am on a vacation! The  Kissers come with a mesh mouth, mesh fang teeth, 3 alpha layer options, alignment tattoo & applier. You can adjust your transparency, glow and tint via the hud. If you join the  .:Soul:. V.I.P. Group you qualify for a discount, too!

To match the ruby red of my lips I chose IKON's Crimson Hope Eyes (L$150). I love how bright IKON's eyes are. I wear the mesh version but all of IKON's eyes come with a regular Avatar set and a Mesh set. The Mesh set is controlled by a HUD that allows you to change the pupil size, along with glow and positioning.  There are over 50 color choices to select from in the Hope collection.

Second Life Virtual Fashion Review featuring Role-play Vampire

For my hair I chose Mina Hair's playfully designed Astrid Hairstyle, Ombres 1.0 (L$250). I wanted to give a bit more character to my vampire and that curly flip of the hair on one side does it. I got several compliments on my girl as I was out shopping today, as I tend to run around in my latest look while planing my next. Astrid is is rigged mesh and materials enabled. There are two versions in every hair color pack; a materials version and one without materials, along with a busty version. Included is a HUD for color options. There are ten color packs available, each with five different shades. Try the demo first.

My elongated pointed ears are from .:Soul's:. Uni-Ear collection. The Troll Uni-Ears (L$399) are but one of sixteen ear options available in the Uni-Ear Collection. Each ear set includes one pair of mesh ears, a Uni ears HUD, Alpha layers and instructions. The Uni Ear HUD that allows you to change the tattoos and skin. You can also adjust your transparency, glow and tint via the hud. The Uni Ears HUD is very easy to use. The HUDs come pre-loaded with .:Soul:. Skin tones too. So you can easily match the ears to your favorite .:Soul:. skins.

The really cute dress is by Enchantment. The Lokii Dress (L$250) is available at the World Goth Fair. It is an original mesh creation, that comes in five standard sizes. It is available in eight different color choices. I really liked it as it gives her sort of a rockabilly goth look. Which I really liked because it gave her more of an playful fun edge. than a dangerous edge that most go for when creating a Vampire. I wanted my girl to have attitude..not scare. She is after-all in the business of luring her prey to her.. why chase when you don't have to? Did I mention my vampire is a bit lazy. She loves her creature comforts; home delivery being one of them.

I couldn't resist wearing the Wicked Queen Heels (L$100) by The Dark Fae once more . I really love the way they look. You can see a closer image of the Wicked Queen Heels in my last post. They are also available for purchase at the World Goth Fair. They are available in selections that fit Belleza, Slink Mid Feet and Maitreya.

Second Life Virtual Fashion Review featuring Role-play Vampire

But of course, you are probably thinking.. you can't wear that dress to the beach! Well no, it's for the night out after the beach. For the beach my girl decided to go with a cute seductive fun number by Dark Water Designs. The Gothic Print Bikini #4 (L$50) is a real find at the World Goth Fair. It is one of eight designs you can collect from their gotcha in their shop. I adored the Mexican Sugar Skulls collage material making it brightly colored and fun,  but still keep a gothy look.

My little batty companion, of which no vampire should be with-out, is an exclusive for the World Goth Fair made by Chaos, Panic & Disorder. The Plush Bat (L$99) is available in four adorable colors. You can wear or rez him out, even give him away as he is transferable. It is only four prims.

Second Life Virtual Fashion Review featuring Role-play Vampire

As a never leave home with-out them item, I am wearing Slink's AvEnhance Casual Hands (L$675), along with their AvEnhance High Feet (L$675). The hands and feet are easy to wear. Each set comes with a set mesh hands or feet (depends which you buy) that fits all standard sizes. There is an amazing color change hud that makes it easy to match skin tones and a utility hud for tattoos, stockings, and fingernails.

My photos were taken on the Calypso Sim. It's a wonderful place to hang or snap a few shots they have a nice forested area with a small beach and coffee shop. Perfect for a get together with friends, just taking a pause from your busy second life, or just sitting back and watching the moonbeams come in.

Poses in photos one and two are from the Lost in the Woods, Set 01-10 (L$875), by Black Tulip for the World Goth Fair. They can be purchased in individual sets of five static poses or you can buy the complete set for 50% off. The full fat pack has 50 static poses, mirrored! I can not stress what a good deal the fat pack is for someone who likes a lot of variety. You can see a picture of all the poses in the fat pack on my last post featuring more of the poses available in the pose collection.

My poses in photo three and four were taken using props available for use on the beach at Calypso Sim. The Beach Towel Set (L$299) in the fourth photo are by The Dreamer Creations. This set has a land impact of 11 prims and contains: Adult Beach towel, Hanging towel, Rumpled towel, Beach bag, and a Sun umbrella. Each object has a multi-texture menu available to the owner only.  The beach towel contains 12 single sunbathe animations, 11 naughty single animations, 24 couple cuddles and tease animations, 42 sex animations using a multi-sit system (no pose-balls, just sit on it) The hanging towel contains 9 single sit poses.

Oh and before I forget to mention it, the World Goth Fair runs till Midnight SLT, June 1, 2015. So if you are intending to pick up some awesome goth designs now is the time to go visit  the fair, located on the Curse Sim, You can see a map of the shop locations on the official site.

Take care and have fun in your Second Life adventure!

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