Get The Broken Doll Look
Most of this look can be achieved with products you may already have. The main part that makes the doll is the tattoo layer discussed in the ~SongBird~ section below. Everything else is just added bonus! Any skin will work, though I love the super pale skin since it gives her that extra creepy, fragile vibe. If you’re using a mesh body parts you can utilize the shiny options to really make the glass doll effect pop.
The porcelain skin Astral Allure is a wonderful base for a doll. The skin itself is a pure, simple look that comes with various customization options. Please note that Astral Allure is simply the skin used, the cracks and doll joints are actually a separate product.
The HUD below shows all but the nipple color options that Astral Allure comes with. It’s really versatile and great for fantasy styles.
By setting the shiny option on the body and head to max I was able to give the doll a great polished glass look. While the effect is slightly visible in the photos it’s really noticeable when moving through a well lit area.
SongBird’s alternative style is perfect for a beautiful, creepy doll. In fact, it’s SongBird’s “The Doll” applier that inspired this entire post! The applier has three options: joints, cracks, and both. This post uses both, but each on their own look beautiful as well.
The cracks and doll joints make the broken doll, but it’s the eyes that push her into the creepy category. Both the mesh eyes and the tear effect are part of the Gilded set. The set comes with six color options including purple, black, pink, red (shown here), blue, and green. The eyes will likely need some adjusting like most mesh eyes to look perfect but it’s well worth it. When I texted this picture to my fiancé he just replied with, “NOPE! NOPE!” Goal achieved.