Visit Hair Fair before it ends on July 26th! Some of the proceeds from hairs purchased go to Wigs For Kids, but the designers generosity doesn’t stop there because there are a lot of free gifts to pick up as well! If Hair Fair is lag city (as expected) you can demo hairs by joining the Hair Fair Demo Group in Second Life. All info and landmarks are located on the Hair Fair website HERE.
“Is this the right path to the wizard?” The voice was soft and curious and only a little bit nervous.
“Yas,” another voice responded. “Lookit, a lantern guardian bun, just like Madame Miu said.”
“Please help us, o Mighty Wizard Whiskers. Flufftail has been turned into a hooman!”
“She’s now all mute, makes just weird gibberish sounds ‘n tries to walk on her hindpaws all the time.”
“She’s even started wearing other animals’ skins on herself! It’s so gruesome that we don’t know what to do!”
Wizard Whiskers did not say a word, simply nodded slowly and glowing strands of sparkles picked the hooman up to twirl her in the air until all the Mittens could see was glittering lights. Then they heard a soft thump as something considerably smaller and fluffier landed on her four white paws.
“‘n that’s how we got our sister back and learned not to play with cursed red ribbons. Not even when they have wiggly tinkly bells attached.”
This is a short update to my earlier announcement of the Art in Hats diabetes benefit exhibit and sale. I visited the event, and you NEVER saw so many whimsical, lovely, bizarre, far-out HATS! Even if you never wear hats in Second Life, it’s worth going just to walk around and marvel at the things that designers think we want to put on our heads. Some of those designers must be, I think, twisted indeed, but others are obviously Artists of great skill and imagination.
The event is set up so that you can buy either the hat itself, or a piece of accompanying artwork that showcases the hat. Or you can buy both! That’s why the full name of the event is “Art in Hats – Hats in Art.”