‘Human dragon’ spends £6k having eyeballs tattooed blue and tongue split in half

A woman looks dramatically different after spending almost £6,000 on body art, blue tattoos on her eyeballs that could have blinded her and having her tongue split in two.

Amber Luke, 23, from Australia, says she’s been addicted to tattoos since she was 16 and now has more than 50 – including ones on her eyeballs.

She’s even had her tongue split in two and had her earlobes stretched in an incredible body transformation.

The young woman says she has "no regrets whatsoever" about her extreme makeover.

Amber – dubbed ‘Blue Eyes White Dragon’ told Daily Mail Australia that she’s "absolutely in love with my image".

She said: "I got the name ‘Blue Eyed White Dragon’ from my friends, they call me that because I resemble a dragon with my eyes and tongue.

"I see myself as very plain looking when looking at before and after photos, I absolutely hated the way I used to look. I was boring."

Amber frequently shares pictures of her unusual look with her 21,000 Instagram followers and says she got her first tattoo seven years ago.

She said: "As soon as I turned 16, I was inspired by those around me to get tattooed. I craved to know what the feeling was like.

"I developed an addiction at 16 years of age. By the time I hit 18, I already had three tattoos. And when I turned 18, I decided to get my first big piece."

"Now, I have over 50 tattoos, I haven’t been able to count all of them."

Clearly determined to achieve her desired look, Amber even risked going blind to have the whites of her eyes tattooed.

She revealed: "The procedure for getting my eyes done was only 40 minutes.

"It was very intense and very painful. My eyes got held open while a syringe was injected into my eye four times per eye. I was blind for three weeks."

Amber also wasn’t able to speak for over a week after having her tongue split.

She has also had surgery to have her ears look ‘pointy’.

Next up, Amber wants to have her front teeth sharpened to look like "vampire teeth".

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