Woman’s tattoo addiction leaves her ‘blinded’ after getting her eyeballs inked

A model ‘went blind’ after getting her eyeballs tattooed.

  • Sarah Sabbath, 26, was left unable to see or do “anything” after a botched eyeball tattoo job.
  • Despite the harrowing experience, the woman says she does not regret getting her eyeballs inked.
  • The model got her first tattoo when she was just 14, and she has no plans to stop anytime soon. 
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Sarah Sabbath, 26, was left unable to see or do “anything” after getting her eyeballs inked. The model suffered severe complications in her vision following the botched procedure. Apparently, the tattoo artist didn’t use enough saline solution, which led to the harrowing outcome.

However, as LADbible reports, Sarah has no regrets about tattooing her eyes. In fact, she claims that this experience made her a “better person.” What’s more, the model is still eager to get more tattoos, even though her whole body is currently covered in ink.

 

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In an interview with Truly, she said:

“When I got my eyes done, the guy didn’t put enough saline solution into it. It had too much ink instead of more of a water solution, so I went blind from my eye tattoo. I had a very difficult time doing anything – I could not watch TV, I didn’t like being around bright lights, and I didn’t like being outside. I got very, very depressed from it.”

The El Paso model required medical treatment following her messed-up eyeball tattoo job.

Sarah explained:

“I ended up going to an eye doctor and got several eye drops for my eyes, and they’ve gotten better, but they still bother me pretty bad.”

 

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The young woman’s tattoo addiction became when she was only 14-years-old. By the time she reached her early 20s, she was covered in tattoos from head to toe. She insisted that getting herself inked helped her become a “stronger person.”

Describing her tattoo journey, Sarah said:

“I was bullied a lot because I’m very hairy, so I had bushy eyebrows and hairy legs, and my teeth are very crooked. I don’t regret getting any of the tattoos I have now because I feel more myself now than I did then. For me, it was kind of a way to find myself, and the pain that I endured made me feel stronger about myself, so it made me a better person.”

The model claimed that the amount of cash she has spent on her tattoos is around $4,000. 

 

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Characterizing her aesthetic as “modern art,” Sarah said her tattoos help her express herself. Although people often assume she would be “snobby” or “mean” because of her looks, she said she doesn’t mind it.

“Just because everyone’s different, so I can’t really judge them for thinking the way they do. And not everyone has the balls to express themselves the way I do.”

In a way, the model’s ink became her “shield” and helped her believe in herself and become better and stronger. She concluded:

“I want to get more tattoos because, for me, it’s just a way of life. It’s just a part of me.”

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