Lustcore revolves around feelings of wanting to be used and owned by a partner. You also have the willingness to do anything for someone you love. Dark reds and blacks are usually the color scheme. The aesthetic often displays devils and demons to show a side of mischief and naughtiness.
It is sensual and slow visually, but all about the rush and adrenaline of making love to the desired partner. Though it may seem like Devilcore, it is more about the promiscuity and "sin" when it comes to wearing devil horns.
However, once a partner gives in, they are usually the ones dominated. In conclusion, It's basically if the devil had a teenage son on drugs. The hazed red room party vibe is basically the base of this aesthetic.
Lustcore often has photos that include text with a VHS/vintage feel. Neon signs are also seen, similar to Stripcore. You may see Images depicting females dressed in promiscuous outfits with devil horns. There are lots of blacks and reds. Cherries and wine are also commonly shown. Snakes are included in Lustcore to show a sense of sin and promiscuity. Visually Lustcore is very sensual, private, and all about misbehaving.
Items related to Lustcore visually:
- Neon signs
- Fallen angels (besides the devil)
- Red lights
- Black lace
- Netflix and Chill
- Reading erotic romantic novels
- Hanging with their partner
- Going to parties
- Pole dancing
- Sex, also generally sexual activities
Lustcore fashion is very promiscuous, showing a lot of skin. It can be compared to Stripcore but without the neon. You will see a lot of:
- Fishnet tights
- High heels
- Devil horns
- Devil tails
- Silk or satin robes
- Red crop tops
- Ripped jeans
- Tube tops
- Minnie skirts
- Hoop earrings
- Red scrunchies
- Red lipstick
While the Lustcore visuals are dark and sensual, the music isn't as slow as you'd imagine. Artists popular with Lustcore include: