A Brazilian influencer is making waves with her decision to permanently ink the whites of her eyes black, creating a bold and unique look.

Kiki Mary, an avid enthusiast of unorthodox tattoos and piercings, astounded fans with her new appearance in a spellbinding two-part TikTok series that has garnered over a million views.

In the opening scene of the video, we witness a tattoo artist carefully injecting black ink into Kiki’s eye with an injection needle. Then, water is gently poured over her eye and afterward patted dry with gauze. When she then opens her eyes again after this procedure has finished, they are now filled up to their rim in darkness – having been flooded by black coloring instead of white!

Kiki’s second video was posted with her apprehensive smile that accentuated the fear on her face as she faced the needle when it came towards her other eyeball. She showcased how the same procedure could be applied to this eye in a very professional manner and won hearts over by displaying courage throughout!

In the comments section, users slammed the influencer for their ill-advised idea.

“Any respectful tattooist wouldn’t do this,” one person said.

Another concurred and questioned., “Why risk going blind?”

Some admitted they were fond of tattoos, yet argued that this one went too far.

“Tattoo lover but this is tooo damn much 😳,” One user cringed in terror.

Another stated, “I can never play with my eyes that is very, very risky.”

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After being inspired by Australian model Amber Luke, mom Anaya Peterson decided to tattoo her eyeballs a vibrant blue. It is reported that Amber went blind for three weeks and cried tears of the same vivid color. Northern Ireland now proudly plays host to this remarkable transformation!

“I don’t have 20/20 vision anymore. From a distance, I can’t see features on faces,” Peterson recently said. “If I didn’t have my eyeballs tattooed, I wouldn’t be having this problem. Even today I woke up with more floaters in my eyes. And that is dangerous.”

Peterson divulged that she had to go to the hospital due to her eyes swelling up after getting a tattoo.

“I’m kind of recovered — on the outside, it’s recovered. It’s just inside. I’m basically on the verge of going blind,” she said.

In a separate incident, a Polish woman experienced irreparable blindness after receiving the same treatment, resulting in her suing her tattoo artist who was declared liable for causing long-term impairment. This was according to The Mirror’s coverage of the event.

According to WebMD, no government agency has authorized the use of eye inks.

Kiki’s daring style elicited positive reactions from many, with some desiring to recreate the same look with their own eyes.

“I want this so bad,” they said.

Another person questioned, “Does it hurt? I could be persuaded.”