Woman says she 'lost her SIGHT' after having her eyeballs tattooed

Woman says she 'lost her SIGHT' after having her eyeballs tattooed

04/13/2021

Woman, 26, who ‘lost her SIGHT’ after having her eyeballs tattooed purple because the artist ‘made a mistake’ insists she has no regrets because she still loves the look

  • Sarah Sabbath, 26, from Texas, has spent around $3,000 to $4,000 on tattoos 
  • Speaking to Truly, she said she was left unable to see after getting her eyes inked
  • Eventually sought help from an eye specialist and her sight has since improved

A woman has claimed she lost her sight after having her eyeballs tattooed – yet insists she still loves her new look and has ‘no regrets’.

Sarah Sabbath, 26, from El Paso, Texas, has spent around $3,000 to $4,000 on the ink which completely covers her body.

But speaking to Truly, she revealed she was left unable to see or ‘do anything’ after a tattoo artist working on her eyes ‘didn’t put enough saline solution into the ink mixture’.

Sarah eventually sought help from an eye specialist who gave her a series of drops which have improved her sight – although she said her vision ‘still bothers 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 sight after having her eyeballs tattooed (pictured left, before the procedure, and right, after) – yet insists she still loves her new look and has ‘no regrets’

Recalling how the tattoo artist used ‘too much ink and not enough water’ when inking her eyes, Sarah said: ‘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,’ she said. ‘I got very, very depressed from it.’

Sarah, who was bullied at school for being ‘hairy’, explained how she’d always wanted to be covered in tattoos, and believes they make her a ‘stronger person’.

But speaking to Truly, Sarah (pictured) revealed she was left unable to see or ‘do anything’ after a tattoo artist working on her eyes ‘didn’t put enough saline solution into the ink mixture’

‘I think I’ve spent around $3,000 to $4,000 on my tattoos. They help me to express myself, they help me to feel me,’ she told the online publication. ‘I don’t regret getting any of the tattoos because I feel more myself now than I did then.’

Sarah admitted strangers guess she’s a ‘criminal’ or ‘doesn’t have any education’, but refuses to let that stop her from getting more.

‘Everyone’s different so I’m not going to judge them for thinking the way that they do. Not everyone has the balls to express themselves the way I do,’ she said.

Sarah (pictured) eventually sought help from an eye specialist who gave her a series of drops which have improved her sight – although she said her vision ‘still bothers 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 wants more designs inked into her face.

‘They are my shield. It’s a way of life and a part of me. I’ll never stop getting tattoos,’ she insisted.

The tattoo lover recalled how her face coverings started with a small heart to the side of her eye and now include several designs on her cheeks, chin, forehead and eyelids.

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