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‘Dragon Girl’ With 600 Tattoos Went ‘Blind’ After Tattooing Her Eyeballs


‘Dragon Girl’ With 600 Tattoos Went ‘Blind’ After Tattooing Her Eyeballs

She found freedom through modifying her own body.

Australian glam model and tattoo maniac Amber Luke has made an appearance on TV speaking about the extreme procedures she’s gone through. The 27-year-old who’s now based in Brisbane mentioned that she “went blind” after tattooing her eyeballs blue.

And printed on her body are 600 tattoos that cost her over $250,000. The blue-haired woman

But despite the scary experience, Amber never regretted what she’d done.

She got her first tattoo at the age of 16 and shared, “It was a negative energy release; it was a milestone for me. It felt like I’d gone through something so euphoric. It felt peaceful and homely.”

“I still feel it; it’s pride and joy, it’s amazing.”

Amber admitted that going blind for three weeks was not part of the plan when she decided to get her eyeball tattooed blue. But that wasn’t the only time she went through extreme pain with a procedure.

She’s also got her tongue split – twice because the first time she did not take proper care of it – and she had to go through it a second time. But with her scar tissue exposed, Amber described the second one as an “excruciating” experience.


“The experience I went through made me extremely resilient and so strong, I have gained so much knowledge about antonymy.”


“I’ve gone into shock so many times I’ve had fits, and I’m not epileptic.”

The OnlyFans model goes by the name “Blue Eyes White Dragon” added that the $250k she spent was only on tattoos. For body modifications, such as the tongue split, she’d spent a total of $70k. That included breast augmentation, fillers in her cheek and lip, as well as implants for her pointy ears, and a Brazilian butt lift.

She’s shared pictures from before she went through extreme procedures. Recalling those times, Amber wrote, “This was me at 18 years old. I was so catatonically depressed, suicidal, and was a walking dead girl. I was numb. I hated myself majority of the time – that hatred ran deep. It tormented me.”

Amber Luke

“Now, I’ve totally transformed myself into someone I’m proud of being. I’m a strong woman who knows exactly what she wants and who she is.”

She also spoke of the “perception” of beauty and said that people don’t have to “see her as beautiful.”


She declared, “Not everyone is raised to be so open-minded; society is so closed-minded. The stigma behind tattoos needs to be released.”

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