Happy Halloween!

Avatar inspiration focused posts are less in depth than most of my other content, but still credit everything used.A Second Life ghoul dances in a cemetery

Halloween is my favorite day of the year. As such I find myself shopping SO many different events this season and designing so many fun looks. I don’t have time to share them all, and I’ll likely end up using lots of the lovely goodies I got the past month in various posts in the future. But I wanted to make sure you saw this gorgeous look I put together this week.

The Essentials

The most noticeable part to this style is the skeleton and the glowing body. This is made possible using the Honne-Onna inspired Hatsuhone by Ghoul. It comes with the skeleton and full instructions on how to make your Legacy semi-transparent for the eerie see through effect. I also added glow to mine and am in love with it. You can tweak the transparency, glow, color, etc to your liking. This is still available at Kinky Event which runs through November 22, 2020.

I also used makeup from Studio Exposure for the face. It is made for Genus (Though shown here on Catwa). It also comes with hair (not shown) and face spikes. The face paint is BOM so you can try it on any heads you’d like. I was fortunate enough to win this rare facepaint from the Skull Punk gacha at Hallow Manner (ends Nov 1, 2020).

The hair shown is another rare gacha I was lucky to pull. It’s the Siren (V1) hair by Doe. I do not recall which event it came from (I know, I’m the worst!), but I’m willing to bet the gacha will be in the Doe store soon!


Credits

A Second Life ghoul looks at the camera

A Second Life ghoul dances in a cemetery
Head – CATWA: MajerSoft
Body – MeshBody: Legacy
Skeleton – Ghoul: Hatsuhone Skeleton (Sacred Pack)
Hair – Doe: Siren V1 Indecisive (Rare)
Makeup – Studio Exposure: Genus Skull Punk Face Mask (Rare)
Dress – Sweet Thing.:  Crystalline Gown
Poses – FOXCITY: Supernatural Pose Set
Location: This Is Halloween
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