Model Says She Struggles To Get Employment With 99% Of Her Body Tattooed

A model from Australia alleges she is having problems finding employment. Why? She thinks it’s because 99% of her body is covered in tattoos. Amber Luke, who was born in Queensland, has primarily received media attention for her tattoos and other physical modifications.

She invested about $250,000 in her appearance, so it’s not surprising that she’s referred to as “Dragon Girl.” Sadly, despite all of this effort, Amber still doesn’t appear to be able to land a job.

She appears to be unable to get employment despite the fact that Australia is generally a progressive nation.

Amber Luke

The Brisbane radio host Robin, Terry, and Kip mentioned the tattooed model as follows:

It has reduced my employment prospects, but that’s okay, I won’t sugarcoat it. Because in my opinion, I don’t want to work for a business that is narrow-minded and can’t see beyond my appearance. They won’t take into consideration my work ethic, morals, or ideals, or what I have to offer.[2]

It’s difficult for a heavily inked model to secure a steady employment.

Unluckily, opinions have often been expressed in a direct manner.

“Everyone’s definition of beauty is different. You can observe these cultures where people extend their lips, ears, and necks. But in the end, we all have the right to our own opinions, and that’s fine.

But what really irritates me is when someone approaches me in public and says, “Oh, you’re ugly,” or “You’ve ruined yourself.” Knowing that someone can express such a strong opinion without suffering any consequences is incredibly upsetting.

A collage showing Amber's transition through the years.

The tattooed beauty continued by claiming that none of her tattoos had caused any harm or injuries. She now feels successful despite the model’s fans’ wishes for her to stop getting tattoos on herself. She claims that because she has proven to be quite resilient, the expense of her bodily alterations has been fully justified.

But the process wasn’t without discomfort. Luke claims that she cried bright blue tears when she tattooed her eyeballs. Then, in order to remember it, she had a tattoo of it placed on her chest. It’s noteworthy to note that, despite what she claims, she wasn’t altogether put off by getting her eyeballs tattooed. She has undergone various alterations since then, such as breast augmentation and butt lifts.

A photo re-enacting the time Amber cried blue tears because of her tattooed eyes.

Amber Luke underwent major surgery.

Amber published an image of herself prior to her transformation in 2020. Needless to say, this generated a lot of discussion on Instagram.

“We’ve all got to start somewhere,” the caption said. At the age of 18, I was like this. I was a walking dead girl, catatonically miserable, and suicidal. I felt cold. The bulk of the time, I deeply despised myself. It caused me pain. I’ve completely changed into someone I’m proud to be now. I’m a powerful lady who is fully aware of her identity and what she desires.

Amber in winter clothes.

She also talked about the difficult procedure she went through to have tattoos on her eyeballs.

“I couldn’t even begin to explain to you how it felt; the best I can say is that once the ink had penetrated my eyeball, it felt like the tattoo artist had rubbed ten pieces of glass in it. That was extremely brutal; it happened four times per eye. Unfortunately, my artist penetrated my eyeball too deeply. You shouldn’t lose any vision if the eyeball surgery was done properly. I spent three weeks in the dark. That was rather harsh.

Amber Luke posing at 18 years old before much of her transformation

The teeth on this tattooed woman are another body alteration that she likes. She believes they draw attention to her dragon eyes.

“I look at my mouth right now and I’m like, ‘Holy c***, it’s so frosty and blinged out and I’m so delighted about everything I’ve done to my teeth. After having my fangs elongated and sharpened, I wasn’t thrilled with how short they were after a month. My private health insurance didn’t cover me as much as it did the first time, so I had to pay an additional $1,000 AUD to have them lengthened and sharpened.

“My fang is fixed next to my permanent VVS white gold teeth. For just one tooth, it cost me $5,000 AUD and had a perfect pave polish.

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