Kristel A is a living doll. That was the impression I got when she appeared in her first MetArt erotic photo gallery, and it was confirmed when I viewed two additional sets (this one and this one). But the more I saw of this model, the more I realized that there’s a singular weakness in her presentation, and this gives her a mask-like quality that makes her look more like an actual doll than a living one.
I’m referring to her mouth specifically, and to her general expressiveness (or lack of same). Kristel A is a very cute girl! Let me make that as clear as possible. At a distance or up close and in explicit detail, she’s a facial and physical confection. I like her very much, and it doesn’t seem to matter who is photographing her - she’s always pretty and appealing.
Unfortunately, as I realized while writing my second critique of a Kristel A gallery, she has an unfortunate, and seemingly intractable, habit of holding her mouth and face in one fixed expression. And this expression only varies in the most minute increments when she chooses to vary it. Can she smile? I’ve seen hints (you’ll find one in #044), but no conclusive proof. Does she have teeth? I can only assume so, but, again, I’ve never seen them so I can’t say with any certainty. But in face and body, she’s cute!
And yet this cutie strikes pose after pose, moving this way and that, all the while never changing the look on her (cute, pretty) face.
So, I will leave the mystery of the motionless mouth unsolved and call out a few of the finer images in “Aprire.” #027 displays the beauty of her standing body quite skillfully, as well as her waist-length hair. She’s as pretty as a picture, her face in profile, in #071, a stylish figure study. And #106, eyes closed, lips almost parted, Kristel A allows Alex Sironi to create one of the finest images in the set.
Oh, and in #075 Kristel A raises a single finger to her closed lips as if to say “Hush, no more complaining.” Should I obey her request? Am I out of line? Perhaps a reader will share some insight?