Blue Skin

A bluish skin color caused by toxins (e.g., cyanide), gold—therapeutic—or silver-based drugs, amiodarone, or photosensitivity to tetracycline, sulfonamides, phenothiazines, or blue dyes
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Bare limbs when the weather turns cold can only lead to goose pimples and blue skin, neither of which are ever in fashion.
Her Fereshteh figures have blue skin, like many Hindu deities, particularly Krishna.
This enchanting creature features scaly-looking, midnight blue skin with a feathery, three-humped spine.
Zoe Saldana's deadly character Gamora is seeking redemption for previous crimes, with the Avatar actress going from blue skin to Zoe Saldana's deadly character Gamora is seeking redemption for previous crimes, with the Avatar actress going from blue skin to unflattering Guardians' green.
As for Primal Kyogre, its power enables its body to spill seawater and once this is achieved, its blue skin will glow.
He may also have had a scar on his right hand and was wearing a grey short-sleeved T-shirt, dark blue skin tight jeans, white trainers.
Beneath the blue skin LF-LC combines advanced technologies and materials with organic design, giving an insight into what the future of sports cars may hold.
Pink skin scores 2, bluish extremities 1, blue skin scores 0.
Little wonder my complexion is peely-wally, while beneath the neck I'm getting close to the blue skin tone of the Avatar aliens.
So thus far, he has had no detectable health problems besides his blue skin.
The 3-D version is not as vibrant as Avatar, but that's because COTT lacks the colours of the James Cameron epic and is essentially a darker flick -- not necessarily because the actors here don't have blue skin.
Known as the Creator/Destroyer, the God of Protection, and the Overseer of Past, Present, and Future, Vishnu is often depicted with blue skin, wearing a crown, and holding various attributes in his four hands.