Woman with 85% of body tattooed says "people assume I'm satanic"

El Paso, Texas - One heavily tattooed woman has been labelled satanic because of her uniquely modified look.

Tattoo artist Sarah Castillo got her first piece of ink at the age of 14.
Tattoo artist Sarah Castillo got her first piece of ink at the age of 14.  © Collage: Screenshot/Instagram/sarahsabbath

28-year-old model and tattoo artist Sarah Castillo, who goes by Sarah Sabbath on Instagram, loves the way she looks, even if people label her as satanic because of it.

She started her tattoo journey at the age of 14, and has spent over $15,000 modifying her body.

So far, she's had her ears pointed, eyes tattooed, forehead scarification, some big gauge punched holes in her nostrils, labret and dahlia piercings, forehead and breast implants, and a rhinoplasty.

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While Sarah loves her look, she admitted to Mirror that her highly religious mother is hardly a fan – and she's not the only one.

Sarah admitted, "People assume I’m satanic or mean and I’m not," adding, "As far as I am aware satanism is a kind of religion and it is not one that I practice. But because I look different from what people expect, they think it is OK to call me names like that."

According to the outlet, it's the assumptions made by complete strangers that irk Sarah's mom the most. However knowing that she has "a legit job" in the tattoo industry and is "a very kind person," has helped her accept her daughter's individuality.

Speaking of people's reactions to her appearances, Sarah said, "I get positive and negative feedback, some people think I’m super cool and some people think I’m disgusting."

But the opinions of strangers isn't something Sarah is concerned about. "I really don’t care if people like me or don’t," she said.

"I do feel I am more myself now than before because my tattoos and modifications have made me feel comfortable and more confident."

Cover photo: Collage: Screenshot/Instagram/sarahsabbath

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