Blue-eyed brunette Amelie B is an elegant addition to our MetArt 50+ Club – girls so popular they’ve been featured at least 50 times during their modeling career. The Ukrainian sweetheart has a sophisticated, seductive look in those beautiful eyes that is always intriguing… and highly arousing.
AMELIE B: sultry siren (63 appearances)
Sexy Amelie made her MetArt debut at the age of 19, on November 8, 2011, in a “Presenting” photoset by Leonardo. She rapidly became a favorite, with members praising everything from her stunning face to her perfect feet, and every point in between. To date she has worked with six different artists: Leonardo 42, Luca Helios 7, Flora 5, Alex Lynn 5, Dave Lee 2, Arkisi 2. Two of her photosets are girl-girl appearances, one with busty blonde Candice B, the other marking the debut of Marca, who looks remarkably like Amelie, to devastating effect! Her highest rated appearances are “Licona,” “Castrie” and “Qitra,” all of which scored an impressive 9.2. Nine of her appearances are movies, shot by Alex Lynn, Luca Helios, Flora and Leonardo, and to see her expressive face and sensational body in motion is super hot. Those eyes are mesmerizing. Her long legs, perfect ass and sharp cheekbones are all worthy of lingering over too, and it’s great to see that she rings the changes, sometimes shaving and sometimes sporting a fluffy bush.
At the time of writing Amelie is ranked #19, with a rating of 9.13 based on 3,984 votes. She has 204,636 views, and is followed by 4,857 members. She has appeared on three other sites in the MetArt Network: Eternal Desire, Errotica Archives, and Viv Thomas.
In her bio, Amelie reveals that she is studying acting, and she certainly has the looks and charisma to make her a star of stage and screen. Meanwhile she is still active as a model; her most recent appearance was in “Sefie” by Dave Lee on Jan 14, 2018, which found her looking simply irresistible in a lace slip that hugged her delicious slender figure. We look forward to sharing her beauty with you for a long time to come.
Thanks to our resident statistician and historian, Frank, for his assistance.