‘Dragon girl’ who went BLIND after tattooing her eyeballs shares draw-dropping photos before her transformation – The Sun

A WOMAN who has spent over £20,000 on her intricate body art and even went BLIND after tattooing her eye balls has shared jaw-dropping photos of what she used to look like.

Amber Luke, 25, from New South Wales, Australia, was asked by one of her 13,700 Instagram followers to share a photo of herself before her 200 tattoos and piercings.

The Instagram star – who calls herself the Blue Eyed White Dragon – previously shared an old photo back when she had blonde hair and no visible body art.

The photo shows a fresh-faced Amber in an aqua blue prom dress as she hugged her mum.

Flash forward to 2020 and Amber is famous for her blue hair and intricate body art which covers every inch of her body.

She has also had a boob job, cheek and lip fillers and pointed implants placed in her ears.

More recently, the blue-haired bombshell had vampire fangs added to her teeth in her latest body modification.

Last year, Amber underwent an excruciating and dangerous 40-minute procedure to transform her eyes, dying them a bright shade of blue.

It was the latest in a string of body modifications the body piercer has undergone, included getting 200 tattoos on her body, having her tongue split and her earlobes stretched.

Amber said the eyeball job was the most dangerous procedure she has done to date.

In other news, for more ink lovers, check out these pictures of people with outrageous face tattoos. Meanwhile, Meghan Markle’s freckles are latest tattoo craze as royal fans ink tiny dots on their cheeks that last three years.

For more ink lovers, check out this gran who has spent £25k covering body in tattoos in five years – 'it’s my life savings & I love showing them off'.

Plus, this mum-of-three's body & face is COVERED in tattoos – and she's even inked her lips.

‘Dragon Girl’ who has over £20,000 worth of piercings and tattoos has revealed her latest modification – tattooing her eyeballs blue

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