She altered her body — and upped her body count.
A Russian mom who’s modified her appearance by shaving her head and adding dozens of tattoos and piercings says her one-night-stands adore her unconventional look.
Evgeniia Ksovreli-Knoott, 36, made the raunchy revelation in an interview with The Mirror on Thursday, claiming the radical alterations have made her stand out in the crowd.
“My tattoos made me an exotic lover to those one-night stands,” she enthused, before bragging that she’s never had any problems in the dating department because she’s always been “charming.”
But while men may be enamored with her daring look, Ksovreli-Knoott confessed that her family and friends aren’t as besotted.
“My mother cries when she sees me, she thinks she did a bad job as a loving mother, which is not true at all. My son is shy of me, he says I am ugly,” the tattoo enthusiast admitted.
“Most of my friends say I used to be prettier without face tattoos,” Ksovreli-Knoott continued.
The self-employed artist — who says she’s lost count of the number of tattoos she has — grew up in Moscow, where locals also reacted negatively to her body inkings and piercings.
“Reaction on the streets was very negative, I was bullied and insulted every day everywhere,” she declared.
Ksovreli-Knoott now resides in Tel Aviv, Israel where the reaction to her look is warmer, which has encouraged her to continue her physical transformation.
“Right now I’m about to inject ink in my tongue and gums, it will become black,” she enthusiastically declared. “It’s a way to remind myself that I should not allow people to hurt me.”
While her favorite tattoo is always “the next one” she’s planning on having done, the artist admits she has a soft spot for her first inking — which she had done as a teen.
“I was 14,” she confessed. “It’s on my left buttock. Cost me fifty dollars, size of a cigarette pack. I wanted a skull and had to hide it from my parents. The next day everyone in my school saw my a–.”
Since then, Ksovreli-Knoott hasn’t stopped showing off her inkings, saying they’re an expression of her creativity.
“My style in clothing, in life, in music, in performance, in everything I do, is psychedelic punk,” she declared.
Meanwhile, the Russian mom isn’t the only body modification enthusiast to speak out about her epic physical transformation.
Earlier this week, a Missouri native similarly said they’re called “ugly” for the $12,000 worth of modifications they’d had done to their body.
However, the defiant tattoo lover lambasted their critics, saying: “I get body mods because they give me confidence,” they declared. “They make me feel beautiful and powerful. After receiving abuse my whole life, I’ve found this that makes me happy — that it makes me feel beautiful again after spending my whole life of feeling used, disgusting, and ugly.”