I think a nose piercing is one of the more classy looking ones. I like that you can put rings in that are just little specks of sparkle. They put a ring in when they first pierce it though for easier cleaning, so you can put saline on it, clean off any crusties, and rotate it to get the solution through the hole a bit.
After ears, the nose is the second-most popular place to get a body piercing. A longtime presence in Indian, African, and South Pacific cultures, in the last three decades this small bit of body jewelry has gone from rare to nearly everywhere in the US and Europe.
Faith Gaudet-Negative comments will be removed, piercings are what make me joyous, thank you if you support me
A nose piercing will not make you broke, and you probably don't need to save money over several months to cover the costs. The price of a typical nose piercing is $30 to $80. This is the total cost for the piercing and the jewelry.
Yes, it is absolutely appropriate for a 53-year old woman to get a tiny diamond nose piercing. Body piercings are expressive ways to show individual personality and there are so many pretty, classy and unique jewelries nowadays that you should totally do it.
Are we “Too old for piercing” «« frenum ring getting a septum piercing »» Thursday January 8th, 2009 @ 5:42 AM Filed under: Nipple My wife and I are 61. I’ve been trying to get her nips pierced.
19 Women With Downright Beautiful Facial Piercings Septum ring, anyone?. just a simple nose stud is the most beautiful thing in the world.. this woman is nailing every single piercing she has.
Are Women Over 40 Too Old For Body Piercing? – Hot Flash Universe This week, Barbara Bishop discusses body piercings, and what is the right age. Only in the last 15-20 years have piercings been.
Too old for a nose piercing? (self. My therapist has a nose piercing and she looks about 50 I would say.. and so many ladies over 70 tell me they wish they could do it too. i encourage them all to get nose rings! * i saw your comment about your daughter wanting a navel ring. please please tell her to wait and really think and research.
Facial Piercings over 50 Posted: 3/6/2010 7:17:07 PM Definitely some trends ought to be reserved for the young but I don't think piercings is one of them. To choose to have a piercing - or a tattoo - in middle age would be the result of a lot of complex thoughts, I'd imagine.
The roots of American body piercing, starting from the 1960s on, were primarily for people in their 30s and 40s. But it goes back much further than that. According to research I conducted online, the first nose piercing was done in the Middle East approximately 4,000 years ago, gifted from a husband to his wife when they married.
My MIL has a stud. A big diamond stud. But she's from India and she does what she wants. I used to have a small nose piercing but I took it out a few years ago (maybe when I was around 28 or 29) when I had a really bad cold.