Transcript for Tameka 'Tiny' Harris Undergoes Eye Color Surgery
And finally tonight here, we live in a country where plastic surgery is becoming the norm. But what you're about to see pushes the limits by any measure. It's a surgery to change your eye color that is expensive and risky. And you're going to meet one woman who did it anyway. They call them the win dopes to the soul. Zoe's got dazzling blue eyes. Zach can steal the spotlight from anyone with his blue steel. That pose made famous in "Zhaolander." And now, no matter what nature gave you, you can have your pick of the color pallet. Just ask Tamika Harris from "T.I. And tiny," the family hustle. Who this month began seeing life through different eyes, thanks to iris implant surgery. Your eyes were brown before. They were brown. Reporter: Now, they're quite light. They are ice gray. That's the color that I purchased. Reporter: The reality starlet's has, rapper T.I., says, you can do whatever you like. So, she went gray in a glam way. They go into the eye and they make a little slit. They take this implant and they spread it over your eye. Reporter: She didn't blink twice at the $8,000 price tag. I looked in the mirror and I was like -- they're amazing. Reporter: The operation, not approved in the U.S. So, you decided to go to Africa. What exactly did they say they would do to your eyes? They told me that the procedure was -- it would be quick, like, five, ten minutes and eye. Reporter: People have had complications. People have had blurred or permanently damaged vision. I haven't really seen those risks with this company. Reporter: Now tiny has that icy stare she's always dreamed of. I just wanted to do something different. And it's -- I have the right to do that. It's my body. Reporter: But with no long-term studies, it's not clear when or if complications could arise. For "Nightline," I'm Deborah Roberts in New York.
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