Man Spends $70K To Tattoo His Full Body And Eyeballs, Reveals What He Looked Like Before

Quest Gulliford, a TikTok sensation and cancer survivor with a large tattoo collection, is causing waves with his viral video that exposes his bold dyed eyeballs in addition to his full body tattooing. It’s an astounding exhibition of individualism.

Successfully overcoming Hodgkin’s lymphoma, Gulliford has spent an incredible $70,000 on tattoos since starting his adventure in 2009. In his most recent TikTok video, he describes going through an eyeball tattoo, an experience that needed a great deal of mental preparation. It takes viewers on a visceral journey.


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Gulliford stated, “It was definitely high risk, high reward, especially since I’ve wanted it done for so long,” in reference to the procedure’s high stakes. and after three years, I’m still really pleased with it.

He has spent over $70,000 on his distinctive style of self-expression, of which $10,000 is devoted to the modification of his eyes alone.

Gulliford acknowledged, “It took me a long time actually on the day once I walked into the shop to even psych myself up to get it done,” when describing the mental toughness needed on the day of the eyeball tattoo in Houston, Texas. In this non-traditional process, which is more like an injection or alteration than a normal skin tattoo, a needle is inserted into each side of the eyeball.

 

Unexpectedly, Gulliford disclosed that he intends to see the same tattoo artist the following month to improve his eye ink, demonstrating his dedication to pushing the limits of personal expression.

Among the many tattoos that cover his body, Gulliford proudly sports one that represents his successful fight against cancer. Every tattoo he has, from his first, a cross with the words “God First” on his chest, to his moving purple cancer ribbon commemorating his battle with Hodgkins lymphoma in seventh grade, narrates a tale of perseverance.

Gulliford recalled his health struggle that culminated in his tattoos, saying, “I had a big lymph node growing.” I didn’t give it much thought. It was chemotherapy for around half a year. After that, I felt as though I had superhuman strength.

In a 2019 interview with Inked, Gulliford revealed that when he first started getting facial tattoos at the age of 18, his mother wasn’t happy about it. Even though she finally came around to smaller face tattoos, her qualms were aroused as ink spread onto a larger canvas, leading her to intervene at tattoo parlors to try and discourage artists from doing larger facial tattoos.

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Quest Gulliford’s unabashedly honest path of self-expression, characterized by victory over hardship, never fails to enthrall audiences, demonstrating that sometimes the most amazing tales are etched on our flesh.

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