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Ok so this is probably pretty simple and i could figure it out myself, but I am not able to get on SL at the moment, and I can get on here, and people here can be so helpful.

I recently upgraded to a mesh head, I am using the Mayreal Bento head, and had been using it with a demo eyeshadow, and a lipstick that took way to long to load on my viewer. So i decided to ditch them both and start over. Because I wasn't sure how to remove the appliers for them I just removed the head and added a new one and then reapplied the skin. All that worked fine, except now I have this white place on my head where a hair base should be, Before I didn't have that my whole head was the color of my skin. Problem is this white space shows as a white border around my hair. My hair looked fine before, but now looks pretty lame, I assume I had done something to get my head to be uniformly the skin color, but I have no clue. So I was hoping someone might know right away what I need to do, so I don't have to spend the first 30 minutes of my time online in the morning playing with it. Thanks

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Are you sure that white space isn't the UNTINTED hairbase that came with your head?  That is sometimes how they show up. If so you can either tint or turn the hairbase off with the hud (guessing as I don't have that head).

 

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On June 16, 2017 at 6:58 PM, Chic Aeon said:

Are you sure that white space isn't the UNTINTED hairbase that came with your head?  That is sometimes how they show up. If so you can either tint or turn the hairbase off with the hud (guessing as I don't have that head).

 

Yes this was exactly the issue, thanks so much, I was able to fix it in a couple minutes instead of spending a much longer time trying to figure it out.

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