It was just a matter of time before designers would get to the point of improving the design of mesh body parts. Now we have more offerings for what is probably the most tricky body part to pull off in a convincing way, the head. One example of this is the Visage Mesh Head by Slink.
Visage mesh head comes in two huds. The first one supports appliers for the skin and cosmetics like skin tones, blush on, lipstick, eye brows, and eye shadows as shown in above photo. It also gives you an option to tint your eye lashes to best suit your look.
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The second hud (as shown above) allows you to change your expression so you can do things like wink, smile, smirk, frown, kiss along with a few more. The emotes let you express your mood in a deeper way than we have been used to in the past. It also has an option for the eyes to blink or close, as well as for the teeth and ears to show them or hide. This is the reason why I love Second Life and the mesh era and the fashion community! 🙂
You can find more of the detailed instructions and guidelines on how to use the Visage head HERE. Try out a free demo at the Slink store.
What I’m Wearing:
* Mesh Head: Slink
Visage Mesh Head – Emma V2.1
* Mesh Body: SLink
Physique Mesh Body
* Mesh Hands and Feet: SLink
-OOPS hair – Overcooked | Free