Tattooed gran Kerstin Tristan has stunned fans by showing them what she looked like before covering her body in ink.
The 57-year-old gran took to her Instagram page this week to share her transformation with her 194,000 followers.
And they were left gobsmacked by how different she looked.
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Kerstin, who has spent £25,000 on her ink collection, shared two snaps of herself side-by-side to show how much she'd changed in eight years.
On the left-hand side, Kerstin, from Germany, was seen sporting no tattoos at all as she posed for a mirror selfie.
The gran also rocked bright blonde hair and glowing makeup as she posed in a printed top and bottoms.
This was compared to a photo of her now – as Kerstin showed off her tattoos and figure while stripping down to a skimpy lingerie set.
The ink lover also now has darker grey locks and prefers much bolder makeup – including fluttery false eyelashes and bold red lipstick.
Captioning the post, Kerstin shared the dates the photos were taken.
The current snap was captured on April 21st this year, while the old picture was taken on April 21st in 2015.
Fans were amazed, as one exclaimed: "Thats a lot of work in a short time!"
While another added: "What a transformation and still looking fantastic."
"With or without tattoos a very beautiful woman," added a third.
While a fourth wrote: "Much love, this is incredible."
Kerstin is often seen stripping off online to give fans a good view of her ink.
She even ditched her underwear and exposed her rear back February as she showed off her designs in a very sexy display.
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