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Forever Free

At the end of every Hair Fair, or so I have read and heard, there is a day where every one is invited to participate in Bandanna Day, (please correct me if I’m wrong :/ ) and if you’re able to get into any of the sims, be sure to purchase a few at the Bandanna Booths, to help bridge that gap for Wigs for Kids. 

Earlier this week a well known Youtube® make-up celebrity icon passed away from her battle with 2 cancers (leukemia & neuroblastoma) and I found the timing quite poignant. Sometimes the universe does things like this and we question, we wonder, we advocate… we cope and hopefully we learn.

And so, without being too morbid I just felt like doing a sort of tribute (Please don’t H8, just drink your V8)… just so, in case my own 13 year old ever questioned Second Life’s relevancy to the real world, she’d have this post to read with the pictures she helped to inspire.

Thanks for stopping by ❤

Credits:
!Ohmai: Hair Fair 2013 Bandana by Anya Ohmai
*{Cherry} Enchanted Teardrop Earrings ~ fairy tears
@ L’accessoires by London Dailey
*Blush Brush from Ruca Tease’ Maddison Vanity Set by Bonadea Avedon
::TSC:: Crochet Maxi Dress – Cream by Lika Meili
-Belleza- Amy Sk BBB 2 by Tricky Boucher
-Belleza- Ava SK Strong Gloss Lips 4 by Shyla Diggs
{.essences.} Blush: Contour ~ Middle Brown by Inka Mexicola
Izzie’s – Asia Eyeshadow brown by Izzie Button
Maxi Gossamer – Eyelashes – Wild Full Thick
Mayfly – Deep Sky Mesh Eye (Monet Night, w2) by Arkesh Baral
Slink Mesh Hands (av) Bag/Elegant1 by Siddean Munro
Props: HIScherry Blossoms by HauntedZuzu Sorbet
BOOM’s Metamorphisis by Aranel Ah
Poses: Exposeur’s Veena Fredishay (various)

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10 Comments

  1. and so true Bumblebee, SL can be used to educate and advocate (instead of drama et al). I am so honored you are a friend and fellow blogger. Have a gorgeous weekend! ❤

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    • ❤ you! as well as I am honored to have you as a friend and fellow blogger too. Its residents such as yourself who teach us to look past the stigma that SL can have and to realize what this world represents at its core~

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