This is Keighla Night.
Here’s what she says about herself:
“Oh where do I start when it comes to my tattoos, or just tattoos in general. I would have to say my obsession with them started when I was around 10 and I saw Dee Sniders Strangeland. I thought the tattoos were awesome, even though the movie was pretty twisted for a 10 year old. I grew up in the country; my father was a biker with lots of old school biker friends. One of those friends happened to be a tattoo artist, so at the ripe old age of 16 I got my first tattoo. I think the best part of this horrible story is that the tattoo artist was color blind and used a battery powered tattoo machine. I got a black tribal dragon on my shoulder blade as my father held my hand. Well that sealed the deal for me, I was hooked. I kept getting more and more tattoos that I have since covered up. I didn’t make the bests tattoo choices back then when tribal was huge!”
“I started modeling pretty young as well. I was still in high school when I got signed to my first agency. They had me remove my piercings, strip my hair blonde, and hide my tattoo. They told me I wasn’t “Pink” and if I wanted to make it I had to play down my look. When they told me to lose some more weight, I quit. I turned 18 and got more piercings and tattoos. I rebelled against everything, or at least I thought I was. I took 5 years off before I decided to try modeling again. I had worked at a few tattoo shops and done my apprenticeship by then. I decided that I wanted to try my hand at Alternative modeling since main stream had failed miserably. I did a shoot for a friend and it got shared everywhere, the rest seems like ancient history now. I found my calling! Tattoo and alternative modeling gave me freedom to be creative. I can go from horror and gore to beauty shots and nothing makes me happier then the variety. So if at first you don’t succeed, don’t give up! I didn’t and I found exactly where my puzzle piece fits in this world.”
We are glad Keighla didn’t give up! This inked beauty is absolutely stunning! When Ivizia suggested her for the follow up editorial to “The Sanctum of St. Magdalene,” there was no question. We don’t think ink makes a woman any less glamorous…in fact, quite the opposite. At Black Label we don’t consider ourselves “alternative” unless you consider it “alternative” to realize beauty has many different facets. At the end of the day, beauty really has no definition. What is beautiful is beautiful, so let it be beautiful.
You can see Keighla Night in The Black Label Beauties Issue. The “Trinity of St. Magdalene” is slotted for Issue Five, and we already have plans to bring her back into the studio for a very sexy solo editorial.