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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what it's baltic blue skin would look like split open,
Will Smith received flak for failing to sport the genie's iconic blue skin in the released photos.
'Rogue Trooper' is a sci-fi comic that first appeared in the British anthology comic 2000 AD in 1981 and concerned a genetically-engineered super soldier with blue skin and a mohawk.
Pupil Phoebe said of her beast: "I would like to be a colourful giant with blue skin and a purple and blue dot in the middle of each eye.
BEST BIT: Teenage boys may enjoy the sight of Jennifer Lawrence in a blue skin suit.
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.
She said the history of the Indian Holi Festival relates to the god Krishna who, as a youngster, despaired over having blue skin until his mother encouraged him to playfully throw multi-colour power over others so everyone looked the same.
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.
Mark Shepherd, of High Park, Southport, and colleague Ian Bannerman, who work the Ormskirk shop, came up with the toffee and mint concoction with a blue skin as a way to support their beloved team.
I don't have grey/ blue skin. Not any more anyway."