Woman Branded A ‘Demon’ After Tattooing Eyeballs As Part Of Her Extreme Body Modifications


People call her a “devil,” according to a lady who spent £34,000 (Rs 34 lakh) on physical changes.

Strangers on the street tell Kierstyn Milligan they “hate her tattoos,” but she wants more, according to the New York Post.

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The 22-year-old from Houston, Texas, decided to add to her collection of body art by getting her eyeballs tattooed earlier this year. Kierstyn’s fascination with body alteration began at a young age.

For the first time, she was tattooed in 2014. She has piercings in her nipple, tongue, both nostrils, and bridge of her nose, in addition to tattoos. She has spent roughly £11,300 (Rs 11 lakh) on fang and breast implants, as well as piercings in her nipple, tongue, both nostrils, and bridge of her nose.

Because of her distinct appearance, she makes a fortune on OnlyFans.

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“I’ve always known I wanted to look like this; I’ve had this vision in my brain since I was a child and have now realised it,” Kierstyn said, according to the New York Post. Kierstyn has over 690,000 TikTok followers.

“I feel so much better about myself now than I did before. I didn’t have any self-love or even know who I was before, but now I feel like I know myself the best and have the most self-love and confidence. Some people stare and point and say nothing when they see my eyes, while others give me ugly glances or come out out and declare they despise them “she said.

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She claimed the following about the wildest replies she receives from people online: “‘You look like a monster,’ they remark, or ‘you were so much prettier before,’ or ‘you must have had a bad childhood.’ But I also get individuals who are very nice and tell me how much they enjoy it and want to take pictures with me.”

Since her first tattoo at the age of 15, Kierstyn has gotten a slew of them, including a whole arm sleeve of tributes to her family.

She also had a dream catcher, a geisha girl, a scorpion, and a whole black arm sleeve, which she claims helped her deal with body dysmorphia.