Vampire woman Maria Hose Cristerna gets ‘horns’ implanted

By | April 9, 2011

Mexican tattoo artist Maria Jose Cristerna, known as 'Mujer Vampiro' (Vampire Woman), attends a photo opportunity during the

She was a trained lawyer from a deeply religious family who married at the age of 17.

But Maria Hose Cristerna, a 35-year-old mother of four from Mexico is known as vampire woman after becoming a tattoo artist and taking her body art to the extreme.

She says she turned to body art after suffering years of domestic abuse. …

She has tattooed almost 100 per cent of her body, had titanium ‘horns’ implanted into her skull and dental implants that give her ‘fangs’.

‘The horns I have are a symbol of strength and were implanted without anaesthetic.’

I had the fangs done because I loved vampires as a little girl and I changed the colour of my eyes so they were how I really wanted them to be,’ she told the Sun.

via Vampire woman Maria Hose Cristerna gets ‘horns’ implanted | Mail Online.

4 thoughts on “Vampire woman Maria Hose Cristerna gets ‘horns’ implanted

    1. Sam

      Yeah, I’m all for diversity and all, but sheesh! I’m on a diet right now; this picture is really helping.

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