Selenite has a thin and curvy build with four slim arms, a small and defined waist, and two long legs. Her skin is icy blue and she has four eyes that are all icy blue with black pupils and thick black eyebrows for the top pair. Her nose is small and sloped and her mouth is small with full lip. Her hair is a bright white with slightly darker blue lowlight, and it is short and messy. Her four arms all connect at her shoulders, and all have small petite hands. Her gemstones are on her sternum, chest, and naval, and are icy blue and sea foam gree.
She wears a dull blue and white tank top with dull teal arm bands on her upper pair of arms with dull blue stars on them. Her waist is blue with a small skirt that is the same colors as her tank top and are striped. She wears very light blue leggings with blue and dull blue socks that reveal her toes.
Selenite, satin spar, desert rose, and gypsum flower are four varieties of the mineral gypsum; all four varieties show obvious crystalline structure. The four "crystalline" varieties of gypsum are sometimes grouped together and called selenite.
All varieties of gypsum, including selenite and alabaster, are composed of calcium sulfate dihydrate (meaning that it has two molecules of water), with the chemical formula CaSO4·2H2O.
All varieties of gypsum are very soft minerals (hardness: 2 on Mohs Scale). This is the most important identifying characteristic of gypsum, as any variety of gypsum can be easily scratched with a fingernail. Also, because gypsum has natural thermal insulating properties, all varieties feel warm to the touch.
It's most often transparent and colorless and it is named after Greek σεληνη= "the moon".
If selenite crystals show translucency, opacity, and/or color, it is caused by the presence of other minerals, sometimes in druse