From Light To Light

So apparently, today on ModBlog is dedicated to attractive women and various genitals—hooray! Here we have the very lovely Brooklynn, who is by no means a stranger to these pages. And, sure, she’s got gorgeous tattoo work, and wears a variety of complementary facial piercings, but one factor that I think goes overlooked far too often? What must surely be a closet full of excellent hats. As well, as far as this picture is concerned, the vibrant piece of flair is much appreciated, too.

(Throat tattoo by Sanya Panchan at Tattoo Ancient in Palanque, Mexico. Sleeve by Dustin Poole at Sacred Balance in Calgary, Alberta.)

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29 thoughts on “From Light To Light

  1. 9 – orrrr thought no one else noticed em lol… i only do because me and her have the same ears.

    My blow outs look exactly the same as hers, ie: double lobe.

    Anyways beautiful eye makeup <3 and of course tattoos complement you perfectly <3 <3

  2. not that this woman doesn’t have beautiful skin….but could i get a variety of people to look at?

  3. Can somebody tell me where can i find her ! ! Cause she is the sweete’s thing I saw for ever

  4. am I the only one that’s noticed lately bme’s been leaning toward almost condoning improper stretching/piercing/tattooing techniques? I rarely visit modblog anymore, but when I do you can pick out at least one thing in every picture that could’ve been done better. I remember when pictures similar to this one were posted before, the beauty of the girl and her tattoos was absolutely acknowledged but that was also followed by a precautionary tale. BME used to be the place I came to to try to learn proper technique, but now I don’t trust it at all. I know, misplaced comment is misplaced, but I don’t know where else to put it.

  5. ok this may b a weird comment, but somehow i think her tatts on her neck match her face.. izzit bout her ethnicity??

  6. #22 “improper” and “could’ve been done better” are very different things. Improper implies harmful whereas could’ve been done better does not (to me anyway.) Who’s to say whats improper anyway… Just thinking out loud.

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