Catt Gallinger is a model living in Canada. She's no stranger to body modification: She has a lot of tattoos, multiple piercing, and appears to have her tongue split.

But when Catt went to get her sclera tattooed — that's the white part of one's eye — EVERYTHING went wrong. And now she is living an actual nightmare.

I am warning you right now, everyone: There are GRAPHIC images ahead.

Catt went to an apparently reputable body mod artist to have the procedure done. She knew something was wrong almost immediately.

Look: Sclera tattoos are already a pretty intense modification — most doctors will tell you not to do them, because the risks associated can be incredibly high.

Catt's work went even more wrong.

Her eye swelled, began leaking pale purple goo, and her vision blurred. According to a public Facebook post that Catt has shared to raise awareness, she has been on multiple eyedrops and prescriptions with very little relief from the pain.

"As it stands, it has been agreed by both doctors and the surgeon that my eyesight will NOT get better. It will either go completely or stay a blurry mess," Gallinger says. "We are hoping that these meds or surgery will prevent it from getting worse."

This tattoo gone wrong has literally made her go blind — but that's not all. She also writes that she has "no intention" of ever modeling again, as this has caused her some serious emotional and mental health problems.

"There is hemorrhage and sclera tearing from the size of needle used, depth and amount [of] ink," Catt writes. "[The doctors] are also concerned that the equipment was not sterile and that there is an infection stuck in with the excess ink."

But she's been speaking out about her experience, keeping it EXTREMELY real with people, and encouraging others not to make the same mistakes she did.

Her updates and videos are public — and truly, she does not hold back.

But there's still hope. According to Cat, more medication and eye surgery may help her recover more of her sight, and help her live without pain.

"There is a lot of buildup around my cornea so that is a concern... however, my eyesight is still holding so that's good," she wrote in her last public update. "Next week I have an appointment to check how well the meds have worked and take a look at my cornea and the surrounding area again. I will be looking at surgery some time after that to remove the excess ink from my eye... The surgery itself should not damage my vision further."

Here's to hoping that the surgery is success, and that Catt continues to recover.

We're cheering for you, girl. Stay strong.