This form of Vajrayogini is always portrayed as a young woman, naked, looking sideways towards the skull cup filled with menstrual blood which she raises to her lips, holding a flaying knife in her right hand lowered down. She may be adorned with a skull crown and a bone apron and she treads on one or two victims.
She has long hair, combed back.
The head is tilted to drink the blood from the cup.
The right hand is held palm outwards.
In Tibet she is known under various names linked to Naropa (Naro Dakini, Naro Khechara, etc.)
She often wears a garland of fifty freshly severed heads. The above wears skulls instead, and Chinese-style jewellery and accessories including a cross-belt.