‘Irish’ Black Woman Who Tattooed Her EYES Blue And Purple … Is Now Going Blind!! (Pics & Details)

A mother of five who ignored her daughter’s advice not to get her eyeballs tattooed because of potential blindness is now losing her sight, Media Take Out has learned.

Anaya Peterson, a law student, was in awe of Australian model Amber Luke, who tattooed her eyeballs a bright blue. Amber eventually lost her sight temporarily – but it seems 32-year-old Peterson could lose her sight forever.

“I was just about to get one [eye tattoo] At first because I thought if I went blind I would at least have the other eye. I should have stuck with it,” Peterson told Kennedy News. “My daughter told me I didn’t want it [the tattoo] ask, “What if you go blind?” She wasn’t on board at all.”


The woman, who lives in Belfast, Northern Ireland, was taken to hospital after a possible reaction to the ink from the eyeball modification and now claims she is at risk of developing cataracts.


“I no longer have a 20/20 vision. I can’t see facial features from afar,” she said. “If I hadn’t tattooed my eyeballs, I wouldn’t have this problem. Also today I woke up with more floaters in my eyes. And that is dangerous.”

Here’s a video of her discussing her eye issues from TikTok:

She will “always have this problem” as she can’t remove tattoo ink in her eyes.

But her harrowing tattoo history didn’t have such a rocky start — after getting her right eye tattooed blue in July 2020, she had no complications for months. Despite suffering from dryness and headaches, in December of the same year she decided to tattoo her left eyeball purple.

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