When depicted in embrace with his consort, Hevajra may have 1 to 8 heads, 2 to 4 legs, 2 to 16 hands.
They both wear bone jewellery and skull crowns, she has a bone apron (with raining jewel pendants in this case) and a garland of skull, he has a garland of fifty severed human heads.
She has a leg around his waist and holds a skull cup and a flaying knife.
In his guhyasamaja form, the skull cups in his left hand hold the god of water, the god of fire, the god of art, the god of the Moon, the god of the Sun, the god of Earth, Yama, the holder of wealth.
and the skull cups in his right hands hold a horse, a donkey, a bull, a camel, a cat or an owl, an elephant, a man and a mythical creature called sharabha (see the page on animals and mythical creatures at the top of the left hand column of this blog).
Their hair is dyed with red pigment as is the case for most deities with a wrathful appearance.