Most women would run screaming if a guy asked to keep a couple of things at her place after just one date, but not Lesya Toumaniantz. The 19-year-old Russian let her new boyfriend tattoo his name across her face (and from the before pics you can see it was a pretty hot face), along with the words "All for love" above her eyebrow, after only knowing him a few hours.

According to buzz all over the Interwebs, Lesya met Rouslan Toumaniantz in an online chatroom (presumably named 'Deranged Tattoo Artists 4 Women With Incredibly Low Self Esteem'), and they fell in love and are now engaged. Hopefully this thing sticks, seeing as how her dating pool is now limited to men named Rouslan.

She's already taken his last name, along with his first name, spelled "Ruslan" (we can only assume for reasons of design symmetry) in 5-inch tall, black Gothic letters, permanently inked from cheek to cheek.

"It's a symbol of our eternal devotion. I'd like him to tattoo every inch of my body," Lesya said, according to Gawker. Devotion? Sure looks like it. Eternal? Only if by "eternal" she means "until someone hands me a mirror."

Scrawling his name all over his girlfriend's face isn't the first act of facial tattooing that's gotten Rouslan in the news. Back in 2009 he was accused by 18-year-old Kimberly Vlaeminckin of tattooing 56 stars on her face after she fell asleep in his studio. She later took back her story and dropped her lawsuit seeking $14,000 for laser tattoo removal surgery, admitting she lied after her father saw her tattoos and flipped out.

But Lesya is thrilled with her new look and plans to keep it forever. Or until she needs to find a job, whichever comes first.