If you do not prefer to see stretch marks in the Sims 4, this mod disables it in all ways. In CAS, you will not be able to put stretch marks on your Sims, and they will not appear on randomly generated Sims both in CAS and in the world.
Instead of the usual random EA Sims that show on your CAS by default, this mod lets you override the approach by adding 10 female and 10 male Sims! Now, when you open CAS, these premade Sims will be the ones to greet you!
We have another mod that is ultra useful! Called the Skip CAS Stories, this mod does exactly that. It lets you skip the create-a-story mode in CAS so that you can proceed right away to the character creation process. Nifty!
Sort out your CAS items with this mod, which will allow you to organize thumbnails by placing black fillers. These black fillers state the category of the CAS items next to it, allowing for a tidier CAS room.
Like the pink and black ones, you can make your CAS items tidier with this mod, which will let you add a white filler in the midst of your CAS items. These white fillers state the category of the CAS items next to it, such as skin details, cheek scars, piercings, and many others!
Like the black and white ones, you can reorganize your thumbnails in CAS with this mod, which will let you sort out the said thumbnails through pink fillers. These pink fillers state the category of the CAS items next to it, allowing for a cleaner and less confusing look!
More CAS mods coming your way! This time, it’s a set of CAS lighting mods for the game which gives us two versions—with backlight and without backlight. Remember to choose only one pack to put in the game!
This one’s another simple yet pretty neat mod for CAS. Instead of featuring wrench icons on your CAS custom content, this mod disables them! Now, your CC will effortlessly integrate with other items in CAS.
Another CAS mod from creator Helgatisha, which helps our Sims minimize their movements in the game. With this mod, Sims will have less emotion in the game. Instead of the facial reactions they usually do, they’ll only be moving their eyes for a less distracting CAS experience.
Do you want to have s softer lighting setup in CAS which will highlight your Sim’s appearance better? Then, get this mod by Northern Siberia Winds, which replaces the EA lighting with a more delicate glow.
Improve your CAS experience by installing this helpful mod by creator Lumia, which overhauls CAS features. The mod adds an “Immersive Lighting” feature, all-new CAS backgrounds, and an Eye Spec Remover for the animals.
Each time we open CAS and choose to randomize the selection of Sims, they come all prepped up with makeup, accessories, tattoos, and clothing. This simple mod disables the random assignments of makeup, accessories, and tattoos on these Sims so that they would not look peculiar!
Add this mod to your game, which is one of the holy grail mods when it comes to CAS. Instead of the usual three-column view that we get in CAS, this mod lets you add three, four, or five columns for a better preview experience of all CAS items.
Whenever we include new custom content in CAS, the thumbnails appear as wrench icons, which let’s be honest, do not look that appealing! Change things up with this mod, which provides a tiny round icon to the thumbnails in place of the said wrench.
This mod called the TIdy Details and Tidy Tattoos mod, provides a huge help to us while in CAS! It provides labels and lets us filter the different categories of skin details and tattoos, for a much-more organized CAS.
Tired of the plain and colorless undergarments that your Sims wear in default when they’re in CAS? Mix things up by including this mod in your game, which overrides the intimate apparel in the game with new colorful replacements!
Does it ever make you dizzy when Sims keep moving their bodies while you’re tweaking their character in CAS? With this mod, called Stand Still in CAS, they’ll now behave like actual mannequins—frozen in time while you dress ’em up!
Color Sliders for Hair, Clothes, & Accessories Mod
Created by: thepancake1 and MizoreYukii
Last time tested:
Compatibility: Base Game Compatible.
Do you remember using the color sliders in The Sims 3? Isn’t it fun to choose from a wide spectrum of colors when dressing up our Sims in CAS? Well, this mod from creators thepancake1 and MizoreYukii brings back the color slider to The Sims 4!
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