December 25, 2011

Peggy 843, 844 & 845 Hair for Females

Download at Peggy Zone - Donation

Teen - Elder
Toddler - Child - Teen - Elder

44 comments:

  1. In general, I like this mesh (even though it's a little too fluffy on the top for me). But that texture... The black roots and tips (and too much use of the dodge/burn tool in general) are making it look extra greasy and stringy :-/

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  2. Peggy's creations have been lately so well done but people still criticise them being bad in so many ways. That is sad, no appreciation just taking everything for granted.

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  3. We're not critisizing the Mesh (Which in this case is VERY well done) But the actual Technique of her shading, Nobody in real life has roots like that unless they dye their hair, and even then it can be hid.

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  4. Appreciation? I would really appreciate it if this was free :)

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  5. The mesh, yes, is ok. But that texture is horriffic! And its donation!? WTF

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  6. I agree with everyone here. The mesh is really nice and not huge. Maybe a tad high on the head, but nothing that really bothers me. Now, the texture is just horrible. Not only the dark roots, but also the rest.

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  7. The mesh is amazing! Wished I could say the same for her textures, though.

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  8. I only have 2 complaints: the black roots, which are annoying as he** on ALL of her hairs, and the fact that this wasn't unisex. :(

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  9. What everyone here said.
    Retexture, please!

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  10. Either hire models with light hair or keep up with bleaching their roots :B

    Can't believe she'd expect people to pay for that shit.

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  11. Peggy, you are improving for once. Please continue making these great meshes! As for the texture, it could still use some work.

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  12. She always does an amazing job you bitches! Try to do better, we wanna see that!

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  13. Beautiful! Actually, most natural blondes have darker roots..not as black as Peggy's, but still darker. I have met only a couple of blondes that do not have darker roots. Most hair is lighter on the ends as it is exposed to more sunlight and damage, which lightens the hair. Of course, it would be nice for Peggy to give us the ability to make the roots as light as the rest of the hair if we wish to do so.

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  14. What is the purpose of the roots being black anyways? Is that a new style?

    I agree the hairs are getting better though. Much more believable anyway.

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  15. ROOTS. TEXTURE. YUCK.

    I love it otherwise, so hopefully someone fixes it. :D

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  16. She is improving, I like this one. As said, waiting for a retexture.

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  17. I love the hair, but yes the texture is horrendous. So I'll be waiting for a FREE retexture.

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  18. Yes, some people have darker roots than the rest of their hair. There is an INGAME tool that allows you to color those roots to match if you wish. Same with the tips. Pre-blackening it for people is rude, ugly, and useless as the game allows you to make them as dark or as light as you wish. If the creator didn't make that choice for you. Yes, you can make it for yourself to make yourself happy. Except that she expects people to PAY for it. In that case, create hairs that don't have the problems people keep pointing out.

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  19. Also I really like how she gave us the option of bangs or no bangs.

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  20. Is it me or does Peggy get "worse" right after everyone starts saying she's improving?

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  21. This hair looks really good in game.

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  22. I love the simplicity of the style. It just looks like subtly styled long hair that you would see in real life.

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  23. This is wonderful. I love both versions and it does not look bad on children either. Lol toddlers...maybe not. I don't mind the texture too much. It gives it a different look other than the always soft hair look that most retextures come with.

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  24. i really love this, peggy is improving this mesh is great..the texture leaves something to be desired, but get one of our many talented re-texture artists on the job and we've got us a standup hair..thanks peg

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  25. "Nobody in real life has roots like that unless they dye their hair, and even then it can be hid."

    You just contradict yourself. And yes a lot of people have dark roots compare to light roots. Only those with natural lighter shade of blonde (platinum for example) and natural red hair have a light roots while others have dark roots, especially the bottle blondes. And it's not that easy to hide your roots fyi.

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  26. They were saying that nobody has roots like that unless they dye their hair. That's not contradictory. And I agree that since there is a way to change root color in the game, it's not a good thing to make the roots black so that you can't change them. You know, because if she didn't make the roots black, the people who wanted black roots could just do it themselves.

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  27. I have never seen a toddler with blonde hair and black roots. Have you?

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  28. ^ ha, exactly!

    Well, unless the parents are into the "turn the kid into a whore early" kind of child abuse.

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  29. I have. My granddaughter is a blonde but her hair is darkening with age. At 2, she has darker roots, and lighter ends. Most children born blond slowly darken. My son was the same way and now his hair is brown. Besides, why would anyone use Peggy hairs on a toddler? Toddlers have thin, fine hair and not much of it.

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  30. there is a world of a difference between roots that are a little darker than the rest of the hair and these pitch black roots peggy uses. just sayin...

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  31. Guys, peggy seems to like using black roots. If thats what she wants, then she can use it. If you dont like it, dont download, wait for a retexture or make your own hair.

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  32. "there is a world of a difference between roots that are a little darker than the rest of the hair and these pitch black roots peggy uses. just sayin..."

    Peggy as well as her fellow hired creators are and live in ASIA. How many light roots do you think you'll see there? (Compare to dark roots and not including people wearing wigs)

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  33. "Guys, peggy seems to like using black roots. If thats what she wants, then she can use it. If you dont like it, dont download, wait for a retexture or make your own hair."

    Yeah, and if she wants to make money, she'll actually make hair that more people are willing to pay for instead of things people will just wait for a free retexture for.

    Leave the roots the same color as the rest of the texture. Then your dark haired friends who dye their hair and have black roots (BLACK not dark) can set it to black in the game. And those who have dark roots or light roots can set theirs as well.

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  34. does peggy even read these comments?

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  35. Dunno. But some creators (like Raon, for example) do actually read them :)

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  36. "Guys, peggy seems to like using black roots. If thats what she wants, then she can use it. If you dont like it, dont download, wait for a retexture or make your own hair."

    You moron, Peggy is actually charging people for her ugly textures because she knows that some chump will come along and fix it.

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  37. Dark roots aside, the hair looks OILY and gross. What's up with that?

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  38. This is not real life and I like black roots.

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  39. Eww it looks really greasy. If it was a different texture then I would download.

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  40. Heres a retexture.

    http://therescakeinyourhair.blogspot.com/2011/12/peggy-donate-845.html

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  41. But even if Peggy did take off the black roots, wouldn't you guys still be complaining?

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  42. I love this hair...but, not enough to pay for it. I will find it for free somewhere else. :P

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