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I hate my body so I turned myself into a ‘robot’

One woman unhappy with her body decided to turn herself into a ‘robot’ – and she’s committed to never stopping making herself even more extreme.

Lina L, who is currently pursuing Cigno, gave up her top technical job to become a tattoo artist in San Francisco, California.

Lina, who has now followed Cigno, has transformed her body to become a real-life cyborg.

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Lina, who has now followed Cigno, has transformed her body to become a real-life cyborg.Credit: KXPissue / Jam Press
The model gave up her high-flying corporate job to pursue a new life

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The model gave up her high-flying corporate job to pursue a new lifeCredit: Jam Press
Lina said she is not satisfied with her'old' body

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Lina said she is not satisfied with her ‘old’ bodyCredit: Credit: Jam Press/@cigno.sg

To maintain his hobby of tattooing, Cigno, who moved from Germanystarted posting Amazing photos for her 109k Instagram followers and started her own OnlyFans page and claims that she has spent over $70,000 on herself since 2010.

And she has no plans to stop there – regardless of what people think of her unique look.

She told The Sun Online: “A lot of people stare. Honestly, going back to Germany this year and going back to the farmers market in town with about 20 people, there are people who stop or come back for have another look [of me].

“For some people it’s too drastic, for some people they say they’re not a fan of tattoos but love my face tattoos… a lot of people say it’s great great but would never do it. And some also want tattoos.”

The former technician – who gets tattoos every month – says she “will never stop” modifying her body and has plans to have spine implants on her arm and surgery to raise her collarbone. she.

“I’m at a point now where I have a direction,” she tells us, stating that her “dream body suit” is to transform herself into a cyborg and that she still has a “list” of things she wants to get done. to her body.

“I love cyborg technology and I’ve worked in tech as well as in the Bay area and I wanted to transform everything into a robot-like interface and so I started with my right arm near this.”

Cigno says she’s always been passionate about technology and is inspired by Silicon Valley companies.

“In my childhood, I had an early fascination with Science Fiction things and then really lived and breathed technology. I don’t know, it just kept growing inside of me and it was amazing. Style That’s cool.”

Lina also wanted to be pointed, but had to postpone the activity last year due to the Covid lockdown.

“It’s been a bit difficult because of Covid to find an artist to perform that. I like the idea of ​​having a Star Trek-style ear so that’s definitely something I want to do this year.”

Cigno is currently a fully qualified tattoo artist working in the Bay area.

She says she’s become a bit of an “icon” in the tattoo community and that her clients want to work with them.

“They see me as an icon and I see it in photo shoots too. Talk about ‘she dares to do things that a lot of people don’t do.’ I get admiration for that and not for it. so live your dreams without fear,” she said.

She says she does a lot of commemorative tattoos for clients and says many look forward to getting that “therapeutic” shot.

“It can be a failed marriage where they’ve lived in abuse for years – a lot of people go for something with a perverted theme, like they want a change or they have something, such as a body part or an old tattoo that they don’t want anymore or want it enhanced and feel better after it.

“It’s like getting a beauty treatment.”

Cigno has always been passionate about body art and wants to become a “living work of art”.

She told us she had to suppress her love of tattoos as a child because her strict upbringing in Germany meant she had to “tick all the boxes and do make everyone happy” while she harbors “a secret passion, obsession with tattoos, and guys with tattoos”.

I don’t allow and live my dream without fear.

Lina L. aka Cigno about tattooing

She said one day, a “switch turned on” in her head and the model started eating healthy and exercising regularly, losing almost four stone.

“I don’t like the way I look in the mirror and I need to change to feel better about myself,” she says.

“The first and one of my biggest transformations was definitely losing weight a few years ago.

“I lost more than 50 pounds, changed my diet, worked hard in the gym.

“It was like a flipping switch in my head. I understand that the only way to truly be whoever you want to be is if you work towards it – every day. “

In 2010, she got her first tattoo and now has more than 50 tattoos all over her body – including on her head, face, chest and buttocks.

She even has cuckold under the skin of her face and a silicone ring was placed on her chest and hope to be able to split her tongue.

She has also had breast implants, nose surgery, piercings, ear lengthening, and shaved head for herself a striking new look.

Lina said she was not satisfied with herself and her pre-inking appearance, which has changed her over the years.

She says her family is slowly changing her new look but says she won’t change who she is now.

“I feel like I’m still myself, just a better version.”

Lina L, who currently uses her alternative Cigno, has spent over $70k on tattoos

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Lina L, who currently uses her alternative Cigno, has spent over $70k on tattoosCredit: Jam Press
Cigno gets a facial horn implant and plans to get more done

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Cigno has a facial horn implant and plans to get more doneCredit: Jam Press
The German-born tech worker has over 109,000 followers on Instagram

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The German-born tech worker has over 109,000 followers on InstagramCredit: Jam Press
Cigno says she is now living'a better version' of herself

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Cigno says she is now living ‘a better version’ of herselfCredit: Jam Press

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