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Mother Goes Blind After Tattooing Her Eyeballs (PHOTOS)

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Mother Goes Blind Tattooing Eyeballs (PHOTOS)

A woman in the United States of America has reportedly gone partially blind, nearly total blindness after she did this to her eyeballs.

According to details available to, the woman, yet to be named took an initiative to tattoo her eyeballs Purple and Blue.

Woman with tattooed eyeballs

Unfortunately for her, she got infected by the procedure.

At the time of filling this article, she was reported to be partially blind in the right eye and totally blind in the left eye.

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Photos that have surfaced captures when she had her tattooed colored eyes and one also of her with her eyes damaged.

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