Attitude to tattoos has always been ambiguous. One part of people proves that it’s cool, stylish, fashionable and reflects their inner world. The other part tries to convince that the human body is perfect by nature and any intervention is not desirable. The admirers of tattoos have gone further over the past few years. They ceased to arrange the application on the skin. A new object for tattoos became the eyeball.
Tattoo on the eyeball is perhaps one of the most controversial phenomena in the entire cosmetology industry. On the one hand, its popularity is growing, and an increasing number of people can boast entirely blue or green eyes, and on the other hand, it carries a certain danger to the organs of vision.
The eye ball tattoo of black color is very popular. Thus, it becomes difficult to determine where the pupil is and in what direction the person looks. It creates a very terrible impression of what you saw. The Japanese or American thrillers come to mind at once in which the main characters have terrible black eyes.
The tattoo is made as follows. A pigment is injected with a special syringe in the eyeball, which has the desired color. Such operations are fraught with loss of sight. The fashion on the tattoo came from America, where many states have already banned the application of such tattoos.
On the other hand, such a decision can become a solution for those who lost their native sight for some reason. American William Watson actually got a new eye with a help of a tattoo. William went blind in one eye when was a child, it turned white and began to scare others. The tattoo artist drew him a pupil and now, if a person does not know the whole story, he will never think that William sees only on one eye. One of the first Russians, who made such a tattoo, was a Muscovite Ilya.
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