Striking – sure...different – for now...but please think carefully before choosing to look like this for the rest of your life – THEY CANNOT BE REMOVED.
When tattoo pigment is injected into the skin, the body recognises it as foreign (not itself) and then tries to remove it, to protect the rest of the body. Because the ink particles are larger than the white cells of the body, this is a slow and laborious process
Laser tattoo removal works because the pigment in the tattoo absorbs the laser light, shattering the ink particles into smaller ones which can then be removed by the white cells and excreted by the body.
On the eyeball, it would cause an explosion of pigment which, because the eyeball is lined with pigment, would cause an explosion of the eyeball.
So, at present, there is no way of clearing, removing or fading these tattoos.
They will be there forever, for everyone to see, whether you want them to, or not.
Our eyes are so precious. They are the first thing most people look at when they want to learn more about us.
When we tattoo our eyes, we attempt to mask our true beauty.
Is it possible that eyeball tattoos are the most visible form of hiding – that while they have a shock value and are impossible not to notice, their real effect is to obscure our true nature – our deep beauty and sensitivity – from those around us?