Woman, 26, who ‘lost her SIGHT’ after tattooed her eyeballs purple because the artist ‘made a mistake’ claims she has no regrets because she still loves the look
- Sarah Sabbath, 26, from Texas, has spent about $ 3,000 to $ 4,000 on tattoos
- When she spoke to Truly, she said she couldn’t see after getting inked in her eyes
- Eventually sought help from an ophthalmologist and since then her vision has improved
One woman claims she lost her eyesight after getting her eyeballs tattooed, but insists she still loves her new look and has ‘no regrets’.
Sarah Sabbath, 26, from El Paso, Texas, has spent about $ 3,000 to $ 4,000 on the ink that completely covers her body.
But talk to Really, she revealed she was unable to see or “do” anything after a tattoo artist working on her eyes “didn’t put enough saline solution in the ink mixture.”
Sarah eventually sought help from an ophthalmologist who gave her a series of drops that improved her vision – although she said her vision “ still disturbs her. ”
While she initially felt “very depressed,” Sarah said she now has “no regrets” because the ink has helped her “express herself.”
Sarah Sabbath, 26, from El Paso, Texas, claimed she lost her eyesight after getting her eyeballs tattooed (photo left, before surgery and right after) – but insists she still loves her new look and ‘no regrets ‘ has
Recalling how the tattoo artist used ‘too much ink and not enough water’ when inking her eyes, Sarah said, ‘I found it very difficult to do anything.
“I couldn’t watch TV, I didn’t like being around bright lights and I didn’t like being outside,” she said. “It made me very depressed.”
Sarah, who was bullied in school for being ‘hairy’, explained that she had always wanted to be covered in tattoos, and believes they make her a ‘stronger person’.
But speaking to Truly, Sarah (pictured) revealed that she was unable to see or ‘do’ anything after a tattoo artist worked on her eyes ‘didn’t put enough saline in the ink mixture’
‘I think I spent about $ 3,000 to $ 4,000 on my tattoos. They help me express myself, they help me feel, ‘she told the online publication. “I don’t regret getting one of the tattoos because I feel more like myself now than I did then.”
Sarah admitted that strangers think she is a “criminal” or “uneducated,” but refuses to stop her from getting more.
‘Everyone is different, so I’m not going to judge them because they think that way. Not everyone has the balls to express themselves like I do, ”she said.
Sarah (pictured) eventually sought help from an ophthalmologist who gave her a series of drops that improved her vision – although she said her vision ‘still disturbs her’
While she initially felt ‘very depressed’, Sarah (pictured) said she now has ‘no regrets’ because the ink has helped her ‘express herself’
Sarah, who has 27,000 followers on Instagram, said she wanted more designs on her face.
‘They are my shield. It’s a way of life and part of me. I’ll never stop getting tattoos, ‘she insisted.
The tattoo aficionado recalled how her face covers started with a small heart on the side of her eye and now feature different designs on her cheeks, chin, forehead and eyelids.