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Try removing your attached prims one at a time...........you'll probably find it's your hair.  You can try the chat command "/light off" or maybe "/2 light off".  Look in the folder your hair came with and see if there's a notecard explaining how to turn on and off your face light.

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Try removing your attached prims one at a time...........you'll probably find it's your hair.  You can try the chat command "/light off" or maybe "/2 light off".  Look in the folder your hair came with and see if there's a notecard explaining how to turn on and off your face light.

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when did this start? does it happen everywhere or only one specific place? if it's only one specific place it could be a local lighting affecting your avi.

if it's not caused by surroundings it has to be something attached to you so i would start by detaching one attachment at a time until the glow disappears, then you should find the culprit.

you can add info/comments to your op by using options > edit.

eta: oh, good suggestion, peggy! yes, some hairs actually do come with built in facelights (shudders)

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It's called menopause.  You have no choice: embrace it.  :smileyvery-happy:

Meanwhile, yes..... Type CTRL + Alt + T to highlight transparent objects near you.  Then look for one or more highlighted prims (probably small spheres) floating in front of your face.  If you really don't want them, see if you can select them and then read their object name with your Edit tool.  With that information, you ought to be able to find the object in inventory and detach or delete it.

It's also possible for prim clothing to act like a face light, so if you don't locate real face lights, start taking off prim clothing items to see if the glow disappears.

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