Thursday, August 24, 2006

Celebrate the Release of Tete 2

          This post comes a bit late, apparently I've been out scooped by both Celebrity Trollop over at
Second Style Fashionista and Elka Lehane over at

Yes, Tete 2 skins are completed, the vendors are set up and the shop is built. All that needs to be taken care of are some random odds and ends before our official opening on Saturday. CJ and I have put so much into Tete 2 and we are eager to share them. We both very proud of our work. In all honesty, when we started to work on Tete 2 I said I would be happy if we were to just improve upon our weaknesses but he insisted on starting again from scratch and in the end, I have to say that I'm glad he won out. For those who haven't made it over to PXP or Second Style Fashionista, here is a sneak peak of our makeup range.
We still have the subtle makeup and butt dimples that our customers adore but now our brows and lips have a bit more flexibility to them and our cleavage is much enhanced. Our singles are selling for 1k and our four packs for 2500. I can't emphasize enough how much I'm looking forward to celebrating our release on Saturday, to finally take a step back and just breathe. Our Fairy Tale themed party will take place at 1pm on Saturday and I can't wait to wear Miriel Enfield's dress and princess circlet. I know our skins have nothing to do with fairy tales (as CJ keeps reminding me) but I love having an excuse to get dressed up and wear something beautiful and I know most women in SL have been complaining that there aren't enough reasons to do so. What woman doesn't want to feel like a princess some of the time?


CronoCloud said...

I blogged about the new skins at

Wish I could have made the actual launch party.

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