Celeste Von

Celeste Von

“I’ve gotten very attached to my website. I’m always looking for ways to make it better. I truly that believe only I can present CelesteVon.com the way it should be presented to the public. If you want something done right, you gotta do it yourself, right?”

Right. Well Celeste, I hope you don’t mind us grabbing some of your photo’s to present you to our readers 😉Some facts:

Name: Celeste Von
Birthdate: January 30th, 1982
Birthplace: Hong Kong
Ethnicity: Chinese
Location: Seattle, Washington
Height: 5′ 5″ / 165 cm
Weight: 120 lbs. / 55 kg
Measurements: 34C-25-36
Eyes: Brown
Hair: Brown

Celeste on the web:

CcelesteVon.com
Celeste Von @ asiansplendor.com
Celeste Von @ modelgraphy.com
Celeste Von @ babes.net
Celeste Von @ djkurvy.com
Celeste Von @ hiphopgalaxy.com
Celeste Von @ 24Mainstreet.com
Celeste Von @ importinvasion.com

Celeste Von

Celeste Von

Celeste Von

Celeste Von

Celeste Von

Celeste Von

Celeste Von

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0 thoughts on “Celeste Von”

  1. she is one hot lady, with a banging body…the right curves in the right places….and the same time classy….i went to school with her and i see her from time to time.

  2. 😛 I’m going to hear how men are horrible again. Tattoos are an expression of the individual so even if we the viewers don’t like them we should respect them.

    Yeah I know Celeste too. She’s friends with Jooty and Kimmie.

    Robin, where did you find Celeste is Chinese? I remember Celeste as being Vietnamese.

  3. I think I agree with BillYip.

    The only thing with tattoos is, they are so permanent… When a model changes her hair color or piercing it’s something else. The thought that these tattoo’s are there to stay can hurt 😉

    For the record: personally I don’t mind them. As long as it’s not ‘Yakuza’ style 😉

  4. BillYip, please don’t tell me or anyone else on this site what we should ‘respect’ – my respect is mine – just like her body is hers.
    Agree with Robin – if you want to go with a new look and express your individuality, do something that’s reversible. They have Henna body markings that wear off. That ‘thing’ on her arm is way too big.

  5. I do agree that we are all entitled to an opinion but I want to everyone to remember that speakers should not say anything about someone that they would not tell the subject in person.

    I’m pointing this out because I do know Celeste and a few of the people that we have spoken about in the past and likely in the future. I’ve seen many that will say stuff in private but have a different tune when in public.

    About tattoos and other modification what people do with their bodies is entirely a personal decision. Personally I’ve tried voicing my opinion in this arena but the speakers are limited to what their listeners will hear. Celeste felt strongly enough to make her tattoo permanent and big.

    And it hasn’t adversely after any work she has done or pursued.

  6. Hmmm. I notice some great things before I notice the tattoo. Then, once I notice the tattoo, I go back to noticing the other great things, and I am content.

  7. Of course getting a tattoo is a “personal decision”; that goes without saying. But when they choose to make the personal into a public display, then anyone who views it certainly has a right to express their impressions of it. And yes, I too find it distasteful and distracting.

  8. I like women with tattoos. They already made one mistake that they will regret for the rest of their life; maybe they will go out with me, too.

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