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Blushing Bride

Blushing Bride

No, I am NOT getting married! 😛

I think what I love about Second Life the most is that I can be any skin tone I want to be, change my hair color every minute and go from a tattoo covered girl with lots of piercings to a blushing bride within minutes. The possibilities are endless and the creativity of all the talented content creators on the grid is wonderful.

Today I’m wearing Nina, which is a new skin from Baiastice and will be released tomorrow. Nina comes in 3 tones (dark, peach and porcelaine) and 12 makeups. I am wearing porcelaine. Each makeup comes with 4 different eyebrows (blonde, black, brown and red) as well as 4 different hairbases to match the brows. Other options available for purchase are cleavage, pubic hair, (in different shades), an Alpha Mask to cover up default lashes, 3 different eyebrows base styles, tattoo face freckles and tattoo teeth.

Blushing Bride

This head-turning gown is from Gizza. It comes in 4 gorgeous colors (Pearl, Black, Champagne and Olive) and I think the Pearl would make a wonderful bridal dress. You’d definitely be making a statement walking in with that on.

*Skin: Baiastice_Nina-porcelaine -make up 1- BK by Sissy Pessoa (To be released tomorrow)
Hair: [elikatira] Paper – Blonde 02 by Elikapeka Tiramisu
*Gown: **GizzA** Sophistic Gown [Pearl] by Giz Seorn
*Hat & Gloves: come with the gown ^^
*Pearls: DECO – Triple Strand Pearls – FLF Edition by Betlog Hax
*Shoes: Maitreya Gold * Allegre Ivory by Onyx LeShelle
*Poses: Long Awkward Pose by Dove Swanson
*Promotional copies


Strawberry has been a Second Life Resident since 2007 and a Linden Lab employee since 2019.

6 thoughts on “Blushing Bride

  • Stephen Venkman

    Wow Berry!

  • WOW! White is such a challenge to photograph in Second Life (and also in real life too it seems) and you pulled it off beautifully! What a graceful few images. Well done Berry <3

  • I was thinking the same exact thing that Harlow was… I am is awe of how beautifully you managed to capture so much white and on a white background no less! I have a hard enough time photographing a white handbag. You created such a stunning photograph!

  • Thanks Lila, it was quite difficult to be honest. I messed with it for a while and then gave up and put it away. Then I returned to it again a few days later shooting at a very dim setting inworld and then bringing out the brightness carefully in photoshop. I honestly didn’t think I did that good a job lol but thank you, glad you like it!

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