Woman Transforms Herself Into 'Blue Eyes White Dragon' With Fangs

A 24-year-old woman has shown off her brand new fangs as part of her transformation into the 'Blue Eyes White Dragon'.

Amber Luke's alternative appearance already includes blue tattooed eyeballs, a tongue split, blue hair, stretched earlobes and more than 100 inkings across her body - including the word 'savage' inked underneath her eye.

According to Daily Mail Australia, the model and body piercer from New South Wales Central Coast in Australia has spent a whopping AUD $26,000 (£14,000 / US $18,000) on her transformation so far.

For the next stage of her image overhaul, she travelled to the US in April to buy a set of acrylic fangs.

Amber with her new fangs. Credit: Amber Luke/Instagram
Amber with her new fangs. Credit: Amber Luke/Instagram

Credit: Amber Luke/Instagram
Credit: Amber Luke/Instagram

"They're very sharp, sharp enough to pierce skin," she told Daily Mail Australia.

"I love the look of them, it's so aesthetically pleasing."

Amber continued: "I decided years ago that I wanted vampire fangs. I knew I wanted them to be a part of my look.

"I had connections so I only paid $100 for a set of fangs. No downside whatsoever. They're easily removable and one day I'll be getting permanent ones."

While Amber used to have blonde hair, she recently dyed it to a vibrant blue colour - a change that she says 'makes life interesting'.

And Amber's not done yet, as in the near future she says she has plans to be 'fully covered' in tattoos and have four sessions of EMSculpt (Eliminate Fat and Build Muscle) on her stomach and bum.

"One session is the equivalent of 20,000 crunches or squats," she explained.

"It's going to tone me up nicely. Get ready for another transformation."

Amber Luke before and after her transformation. Credit: Amber Luke/Instagram
Amber Luke before and after her transformation. Credit: Amber Luke/Instagram

In a previous interview with the newspaper, Amber said her extreme look is met with mixed responses from strangers.

"I gained a lot of support and positive vibes from complete strangers - there was always the few nasty opinionated ones who try to make you feel inadequate, but I never let them get to me," she said.

Addressing her trolls, she added: "If you're reading this and you have nothing nice to say? Don't say it at all. You never know what a person's going through in their personal lives, be kind.

"I'm not harming anyone in the process, I'm doing what I want to do and if it makes me get up in the morning and be a happy person, then so be it."

Featured Image Credit: Amber Luke/Instagram

Jess Hardiman

Jess is a journalist at LADbible who graduated from Manchester University with a degree in Film Studies, English Language and Linguistics - indecisiveness at its finest, right there. She also works for FOODbible and its sister page Seitanists, which are both a safe haven for her to channel a love for homemade pasta, fennel (yeah, yeah, I know) and everything else in between. You can contact Jess at [email protected]

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