deviousEyes: “AngelDust” series

..that devious spark in your eyes..

deviousEyes 'AngelDust' series - click to enlarge image

!dM deviousEyes “AngelDust”
by !dM deviousMind

!dM deviousEyes “AngelDust” comes in two different versions, one with a regular ‘daytime’ sized pupil, and a second ‘delirium’ version with dilated pupils as you would encounter during night-time, or if artificially induced with eyedrops, or as reaction to physical sensations.

The size of eyes in SL is dependend on different aspects of your shape – and for that reason, we’ve included 3 different sizes of each version in this eye set, to allow you to find the one that is perfect for you! You find the eye sets at deviousBeauty building, lefthand of the park.


These eyes are a co-production of Lucca Staheli and Chandra Meehan and 100% illustrated. They are created for (*chanimations and deviousMind – if you find them used by anybody else not connected to us, please inform us! Thank you in advance for your support!

We hope you’ll enjoy your new eyes!



Drops prepared from the belladonna plant (Italian: ‘beautiful Lady’) were used to dilate women’s pupils throughout history, an effect considered attractive. Eventually, it was found out this plant is highly poisonous, and would as well cause harm to the eye muscles. These days, non-poisonous eyedrops are sometimes still used in fashion-photography to achieve this ‘beautiful lady’ effect with their models. (*and at this point, the mandatory subtitle blinks up on the screen* “Now please don’t try this at home kids, looking into flash-light like that is harmful too” *winks*)


Eyes and certain characteristics of eyes are important part of body language.. they indicate if somebody is for example tired, scared, in shock, excited or aroused. So they give subtle unconscious hints to the one looking into them – maybe this is why they are called ‘windows of the soul’ by some people. While science takes this all into pieces (and I am sure you can investigate more on it), it is said that subconsciously we find larger pupils attractive. It might be connected to the ‘puppy eye’ effect or simply our inner self knowing that it might indicate arousal :-D

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