Maxwell

March 28, 2020 - Comment

From Zero to Hero: The 2-Hour Men’s Second Life Makeover Style Guide: canarybeck.com/2015/03/30/the-2-hour-mens-second-life-mak…

From Zero to Hero: The 2-Hour Men’s Second Life Makeover Style Guide: canarybeck.com/2015/03/30/the-2-hour-mens-second-life-mak…

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Caitlin Tobias says:

Whoa ! For a moment I thought it was a friend of me…lol. I always loved this skin though, classy look!

DamienFate says:

Nice guide!

Canary Beck says:

[https://www.flickr.com/photos/damienfate] Thanks for checking it out Damien 🙂

Edward Pearse says:

Love the photo here. Read the guide. I’d skip the Dura hair unless you’re in a boy band though 🙂 Great tips otherwise!

Canary Beck says:

[https://www.flickr.com/photos/history_aficionado] Where would you recommend instead? I’ll be updating the guide over time and I’d like to have more places to recommend that might be different.

Edward Pearse says:

It a good question and one I don’t have an answer for you at the moment. My own hair, I realise as I write this, is 2007 vintage. So old the maker hasn’t been in SL for 2 years. Even the recommended hair to go with my updated shape has moved to Marketplace only (which is Bryce Designs). I tend to go for a more historical looking short, neat hairstyle which is surprisingly hard to find in SL.
As for your clothes, may I recommend checking out Hoorenbeek for menswear. Apart from having of the best mesh suits around, they also do "outfit" packs. Worth a look.

Canary Beck says:

[https://www.flickr.com/photos/history_aficionado] Thanks. I have experience with Hoorenbeek, especially with outfitting all my cast members with their suits for a play I made in SL. I went back there in prep for this post, and found they really haven’t progressed much past where they were two years ago – which is why I didn’t include them. I think the Zaara suit, and others I’ve seen, are better than Hoorenbeek’s mesh ones even. You are right about the outfits – easy – but the quality feels a tad past its prime.

lughaidhresident says:

Canary Beck, great job Becky. I occasionally wear a copy of Maxwell for special parties or events where I want that sophisticated look. 2 tips for while you are on Aeros island that men should take advantage of:
1). Aeros now has Slink applies for hands and feet for many of their avatars. Makes color matching as easy as attaching and clicking.
2). While on Aeros Island, color match your junk to your new skin at the kiosk. You can create a preset for each of your skin colors with just a few clicks and you never have to worry about running around with a poorly matched bolt-on.

Canary Beck says:

[https://www.flickr.com/photos/132447726@N05] Good tips! Thanks Lughaidh for sharing those 🙂

lughaidhresident says:

Ohh, I forgot, for suits, add Kauna and Deadwool, for a tuxedo, L&B. And you have to have a great swim suit.

Canary Beck says:

[https://www.flickr.com/photos/132447726@N05] I love the Deadwool suits – probably the sexiest ones out there. L&B are a tad overdressed for my taste, but probably quite good for formal occasions. Good spot on the swimsuit! I didn’t even consider that, clearly I need a version 2 of this post 🙂

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