Most tattooed woman has no regrets after going blind from blue eyeball ink

Australia’s most tattooed woman went blind after having her eyeballs tattooed blue but said she has “no regrets”.

Amber Luke has spent £148,000 on tattooing her body but went a step further when she inked her eyeballs blue, leaving her blind.

The 28-year-old says it’s “very surreal” to be known as Australia’s most tattooed woman but has no plans of stopping.

Instead, she has plans to cover entire parts of her body on her journey to becoming her “true self” including a black sleeve and adding white ink to some areas, the Mirror reports.

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Ms Luke said: “All the hard work and dedication I’ve put into this long journey has paid off and it’s nice to have recognition of the title – even though it’s not official. Now, I’m introducing myself with this and as I meet a lot of people in public who recognise me, it’s easy for me to tell them exactly who I am.”

Next on her agenda is working on her right leg including a “black sleeve” to make it a solid block colour.

Speaking on her plans she said she wants it to look like “scarification without having to go through that”.

She said: “I’ll keep covering and tattooing over whenever something appeases me.”

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As well as an infected eyeball, Ms Luke also got an infected tattoo after having it removed with a laser.

She now vows to never get a tattoo removed by a laser again saying she doesn’t believe in it as it’s “useless and a waste of time”.

Ms Luke added: “People ask me all the time if I regret my look, but I really don’t – although I don’t hold anything for the future either. I think the most important thing to remember about my image, is that everything I’ve done, even though I went blind for three weeks and went through so much torment and pain – it’s allowed me to grow.

“My overall goal essentially is to be me, the true version, and I don’t have an aesthetic I want to please.”

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