Loving the LAQ!

When I first came to Second Life, I was told if I wanted a good looking avatar, Laqroki (called RAC at the time, now known as LAQ) was the place to go.  And when I did and got a complete avatar from them, including eyes and hair, all I heard was how amazing, how beautiful my avatar was.  Thus began my love affair with LAQ.

I of course strayed from time to time, going to other skin designers and trying out their wares, especially as the new mesh heads started coming out.  I was thrilled that LAQ had appliers for their skins for the mesh bodies, including omega appliers, but then I would be stumped by the fact that mesh heads just couldn’t line up…until now!

LAQ has come out with its own mesh head!  Trinity mesh head 1.0 is out, and is it a stunner!  First of all, I ADORE the hud!  Nothing confusing, everything easy to understand and it gives me all the options I want in a mesh head!  Here is the HUD, and as you can see, it’s a breeze to operate:

 

From left to right, the first tab you encounter are features.  Here is where you can adjust your neck size, apply a neck blender, apply a skin tone, eyebrows, hairbase, lashes, and makeup.  The next tab is for expressions, such as blinking, mouth open or not, and smiling.  I love the simplicity of this – I’ve never really needed all the other expressions (and some of them were downright scary!).  Last tab is where you can save certain looks to load quickly, so you can save changes to your look and access them when needed.

The head also has several looks for it already – LAQ has put out twelve different looks, including a gorgeous middle-age woman skin and an African-American skin.  The looks vary enough that you could easily find many different looks to fit any situation.  Here are the ads LAQ sent out, and you can see how the different looks give a LOT of options:

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I have quite a few of the looks, so I took pictures of how I look with some of the different faces:

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There’s also the different expressions (the control you have over blinking SO comes in handy when taking pictures!):

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Simple to use, many different looks, and it’s from my favorite skin company!

I think I’ve fallen in love again…!

The initial head cost is 3100L, and then individual looks and skin tones are 990L each; you can also get a fatpack of all the skin tones for each look for around 3000L each.

Want to know where to get them?

LAQ Avatars: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/LAQ/165/66/30

 

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