Nobody likes a hair in their pudding, but how do you feel about cakes in your hair? If you have a weakness for sweet things, you will enjoy this year’s Hair Fair , which takes place on four sims and combines candy goodness with tons and tons of cute hair styles – and all for charity! So far I only had time for a quick stroll through the little chocolate and candy booths, snatching a few demos and trying to resist the urge to go into the kitchen and rescue all those lonely calories in the sweets drawer. I had one main goal however, and that was: to fight through the lag, to get to Curio Obscura and to buy all of the three new hairstyles I had seen in sneak preview pics on the fashion feeds. And even though these hairs have been blogged so many times already, they are just too good not to be blogged once more!
This style is called “Let Them Eat Cake Off Your Head” and is definitely my favourite one. All three styles are fully customisable for colour, size, volume, bows etc. But this one even gives you options for the type of flowers, ranging from spring to gothic, and offers six different types of cake for each layer of cake! Hmm, does the strawberry cake go with my lipstick..?? Best of all: If somebody clicks on a cake, they are offered a piece of it on a plate and a fork!! How great is that?!
“Let Them Eat Cake Off Your Head” is available for $L450. 50% of sales for each style go to the charity “Locks of Love”.
The “Lampshade” style is less flamboyant but nontheless very sweet and original and a bit cheaper with $L350. It additionally comes with adjustable wattage and the option to set this to “owner” or “public”.
I was so pleased when I discovered Bare Rose’s “Dianna” dress (at the now finished Fantasy Fair), as it goes perfectly with these hair styles. It comes in three colours (red, blue and purple) and includes choker and gloves.
Skin: Belleza – Belle Pale 4 Meow & Rubies
Pose: Reel Expression – *Luth*expression9
The advert promises: “Hide in plain sight from Stupid People!” What can I say, it really seems to work.
The last style, the “Pocketwatch” ($L350) really is a fascinating and complex piece of art, which shows the current time (time zone adjustable) on one side and reveals an intricate clockwork made out of hair on the other side. You can also adjust the volume of the “tick tock” sound – what an excellent revenge for those annoying heel sounds!