Woman Called ‘Demon’ Shows What She Looked Like Before Body Modifications
A woman who spent over Â£ 34,000 ($ 44,800) on extreme body modifications has revealed what she looked like before. Here it is more recently:
Kierstyn Milligan says people call her a “demon” and strangers approach her on the streets to tell her they “hate her tattoos” – but she still wants more.
The 22-year-old, from Houston, Texas, decided to add to her body art collection by getting her eyeballs tattooed.
The dancer, who makes a fortune on OnlyFans thanks to her unique looks, first became interested in body modifications at the age of 14 and finally got a tattoo a year later in 2014.
In addition to tattoos, she also spent around $ 15,000 (Â£ 11,360) on fang and breast implants, as well as piercings in the nipple, tongue, nostrils and bridge of the nose.
She said: “I always knew I wanted to look like this, I have had this vision in my head since I was young and I finally realized it.”
Kierstyn, who has over 690,000 followers on TikTok (@ orylan1999), continued, âThe way I looked before compared to now, I feel so much happier. “Before I didn’t have self-esteem or even didn’t understand who I was, now I feel like I understand myself the most and have the most self-esteem and confidence.”
Describing the reactions of a stranger, she explained, âWhen some people see my eyes, they stare at me and don’t say anything, others give me ugly looks, and some put me right in my face and say that they hate it.
âThe craziest reactions are those of Internet users who hide behind a screen.
âThey love to say, ‘you look like a demon’ or ‘you were so much prettier before’, or ‘you mustn’t have had a good childhood.’
âBut I also get people who are so nice and say they love it and want pictures with me. My family and friends weren’t surprised with my edits because it’s something I have. always wanted to, but they were shocked when I tattooed my eyeballs.
“I did this to show my difference and to see how shocked and offended people can be when they don’t understand something that is not the norm in society.”
Since her first inking at the age of 15, Kierstyn has had a lot more, including a full arm sleeve made up of various tributes to her family.
She also has a dream catcher, geisha, scorpion, and full arm sleeve in black, which she says has helped her through periods of body dysmorphia.
She said: âIn 2020 I had a moth on my throat, a pink dagger on my shoulder, and Hebrew writing on my neck. This year I had a butterfly on my forehead, a dagger with roses on my face, a bat under my breasts and tattooed eyes.
âMy last tattoo is on my belly of butterflies and strawberries to complement the bat.
âMy favorite tattoo would probably be the butterfly on my head because it was such a bold move.
“I never wanted to fit in, I was always the odd one out.”
Kierstyn has no factory to shut down anytime soon and is looking to get the other side of his face inked in January 2022.
She added: “I don’t know yet what I’m going to get and the goal is to get a full head-to-toe tattoo before next Christmas so we’ll see, hopefully I can.
“The only advice I can really give to anyone who wants to tweak or tattoo themselves is: do it for love, do it because it will make you happy.”
“We should only do things that bring us joy, for me that’s what modifying myself does, so I want that for others if that’s what they chose, just love and happiness. “