A Nothern Ireland-based mother is at risk of losing her eyesight forever after she tattooed her eyeballs purple and blue; so that she could look like her favorite idol.
[Photo courtesy: Anaya Peterson.]
Anaya Peterson, 32, a law student, was in awe of the Australian model, Amber Luke, who inked her eyeballs a vivid blue. Amber went blind for 3 weeks but later regained her vision. However; Peterson might lose her vision for good.
[Photo courtesy: Amber Luke(before) &(after) the modification.]
According to her, she was just going to get one of her eyes tattooed. In case, she was to go blind, she would at least have the other eye. She says she would have put up with that. Peterson claims her 7-year-old daughter had warned her of its implications. But she now wishes she had listened to her.
Peterson, now hospitalized, still believes that you are not supposed to go blind; if eyeballs procedures are carefully done. She blames the artist for going deep into her eyeballs. As she is now at risk of developing cataracts.
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