The American model and dancer got a tattoo on her eyeballs despite doctors' warnings about the dangers. Material about a resident of San Diego appeared on the Daily Mail.
Devon O'Kelly, 25, told reporters that she had her first piercing at the age of 13 and a tattoo two years later. At the present moment, 23 drawings are applied to the girl's body: various phrases, patterns, locks and inscriptions in honor of her family members. The tattoos cost her $ 5,500 (412 thousand rubles).
According to the publication, in 2018, Okelly decided to change the color of the eyeball to purple from the master Luna Cobra, who works in Los Angeles. The specialist warned the client that the procedure could have a negative impact on health, for example, lead to headaches or even blindness.
Despite the fact that the model could lose sight, she agreed to the session and was pleased with the result. According to her, two weeks after visiting the tattoo artist, her eyes fully recovered, and in two years the color of her eyeballs acquired a more intense purple hue.
At the same time, the fashion model complained that due to her unusual appearance, strangers often hounded her on the street, saying that she would go to hell, and some of them grabbed her by the arms without permission. In addition, Okelly added that often the staff of bars and restaurants openly expressed their disgust for her tattoos and even refused to serve her.
However, the heroine of the material believes that body art and piercing are forms of self-expression. According to her, during the sessions with the tattooists, she met a lot of interesting people. In addition, her unusual appearance gave her the opportunity to take part in many modeling projects.
“There are many things that can make you a bad person, but definitely not tattoos,” concluded the dancer.
In February, the woman got a tattoo and a year later saw the logo of her refrigerator in it. User Phoebe explained that a year after visiting the master, she noticed a drawing on the refrigerator door. It turned out that while creating a sketch for a future tattoo, she accidentally copied the logo design of a household appliance manufacturer.