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Tattoo the face of Love


Tattooist inks his own name on

girlfriend’s face on the first day they met.

 Is this the face of love, or a mad egotistical possesive Tattooist, taking advantage of a naive young girl

Lesya, from Moscow says she is happy to have his name in five-inch high letters on her face and now they plan to get married

Tatt ooh: The full face tattoo
The full face tattoo

Some men buy their women jewellery to show them how much they love them.

But Rouslan Toumaniantz tattooed his name in five-inch high letters across his girlfriend’s FACE – less than 24 hours after they met.

Amazingly the woman, known only as Lesya, says she is happy to have “Ruslan” in giant Gothic script on her mug.

The art college graduate said: “It’s a symbol of our eternal devotion.

“I’d like him to tattoo every inch of my body.”

Lesya Toumaniantz allowed tattooist Ruslan Toumaniantz to sign 'Ruslan' over her face in giant Gothic script on the day they met
Couple: Lesya and Rouslan


Lesya Toumaniantz before allowed tattooist Ruslan Toumaniantz to sign 'Ruslan' over her face in giant Gothic script on the day they met
Pretty: Lesya before her radical inking

She met the tattoo artist online and he inked her the DAY they met.

The pair say they now plan to get married in Moscow.

‘Romantic’ Rouslan, who also uses the name Ruslan, said: “I don’t think I have done anything wrong today.

“I’m in love. We are in love.”

The couple posted painful-looking pictures of the process on the internet.

Heavily-tattooed Toumaniantz hit the headlines in 2009 after he was forced to flee his native Belgium when he inked 56 stars across an 18-year-old’s face.

Tattooist Rouslan Toumaniantz (R)
At work: Rouslan tattoos another face


Miss Vlaeminck at the age of 18 in 2009, shortly after she asked tattooist Rouslan Toumaniantz to cover her face in black stars
Unhappy: Kimberley Vlaeminck claims she only wanted three stars

Kimberley ­Vlaeminck claimed to reporters and her family that she had only asked for three stars and he inked the rest while she was ASLEEP at his Tattoo box studio in Coutrai, Belgium.

She threatened to sue Toumaniantz for £10,000 to cover the cost of removing the permanent inkings.

However, a week later she confessed on TV that she had asked for all the stars but had lied about it as she was afraid of how her father would react.

He is still unrepentant of his earlier work and posted on his Facebook site: “I have done 25 face tattoos since Kimberley’s case, and don’t feel I did anything wrong during the Kimberley affair.”

Once upon a time tattoos were almost exclusively worn by Jailbirds, millitary, Bikers or Skinheads. Over the last 10 years they have become major fashion accessories to pretty girls. Websites like Suicide girls, based in the USA have found beautiful tattooed girls and posted them across the world. From the tramp stamp on the lower back, girls are now covering themselves from head to foot. Everybody has the right to do whatever they want with their body, but this horror shows how a tattooist can completely change a persons life. Is it time that tattooist need to become subject to legal regulation worldwide.

Bonner Early 1980’s London

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