Sclera Tattoo

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A '''Sclera tattoo''' is a tattoo on the white area of the eyeball. In [[2007]], the first tattoo experiment was done by Howie, of Lunacobra.net, on three men with sighted eyes: [[Shannon Larratt]], [[Pauly Unstoppable]] and Josh Rahn. Many others have been done since then but it is still very new and can be dangerous. The method of injecting eyes with tattoo ink was invented by Shannon Larratt. Unlike regular tattoos, sclera tattoos are irreversible; [[laser removal]] cannot be done on an eye.  
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A '''Sclera tattoo''' is a tattoo on the white area of the eyeball. In [[2007]], the first tattoo experiment was done by Howie, of [[Lunacobra.net]], on three men with sighted eyes: [[Shannon Larratt]], [[Pauly Unstoppable]] and Josh Rahn. Many others have been done since then but it is still very new and can be dangerous. The method of injecting eyes with tattoo ink was invented by Shannon Larratt. Unlike regular tattoos, sclera tattoos are irreversible; [[laser removal]] cannot be done on an eye.  
  
 
==Risks==
 
==Risks==

Revision as of 04:34, 16 December 2012

Joeltron's sclera tattoo

A Sclera tattoo is a tattoo on the white area of the eyeball. In 2007, the first tattoo experiment was done by Howie, of Lunacobra.net, on three men with sighted eyes: Shannon Larratt, Pauly Unstoppable and Josh Rahn. Many others have been done since then but it is still very new and can be dangerous. The method of injecting eyes with tattoo ink was invented by Shannon Larratt. Unlike regular tattoos, sclera tattoos are irreversible; laser removal cannot be done on an eye.

Risks

An example of the ink migrating
  • Pain
  • Blindness/vision issues
  • Light sensitivity
  • Migration of the ink
  • Social complications
  • This is a very new procedure so there may be other unknown risks.

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