Re-piercing my nose. Discussion in 'Body Modification' started by honeyfugle, Dec 1, 2009. honeyfugle pumpkin. I've googled but I can only seem to find advice on re piercing new nose piercings. I had my nose pierced nearly 4 years ago now, and had a jewel in it until about a year ago. It's now closed up as I lost the jewel and never replaced it.
I had my nose pierced for about 6 months and took it out 2 years ago for work. Now I want it back, preferably on the same nostril. I've heard...
Look at various styles of nose piercing, and decide what you want. For your first home piercing, consider a simple stud or a nose ring. Think about how you're going to look with this piercing, and make sure that you know exactly what you want.
Hi guys just a quick video on how to re pierce your nose if your piercing has fallen out! Sorry about the bad quality I was on my iPad! I forgot to mention that I use a straight nose stud because.
The thought of getting pierced through scar tissue made me wince, but a mixture of being stubborn and really wanting this piercing made me determined to get my nose re-pierced, and in the same place, regardless of added pain!
For many people, getting re-pierced can be a stressful and emotive issue. Sometimes people have had to retire a piercing for traumatic reasons (Trauma to the piercing, an injury or for health reasons), so the re-piercing process can be rather cathartic.
You’re sitting there with some beautiful jewelry and it seems that you no longer have a piercing! Crap. Having had my fair share of piercings (especially on my ears), I have also experienced.
I had my nose pierced about a year or so ago, but had to take it out due to a job I had at the time. I really want it done again, the hole is still there on the outside of my nose, but I think the inside has healed, I have tried to put the stud in with no luck.
Hey everyone! So its been so long since iv'e pierced myself! And i missed my nostril piercing so much, that iv'e decided to re pierce it & make a video for you guys :D
I had my nose pierced 2 or 3 years ago and developed a bump on the piercing; my mom promptly made me go to a piercer to have the hoop taken out. I...
Steps for Piercing Nose at Home with Minimum Pain Getting any part of your body pierced is a big decision, especially if it is on the face. You cannot hide them easily and of course there is pain involved.
Septal Piercing: This is a piercing that goes through the nasal septum where there is a sweet spot called the "collumella"—the area between the bottom of the nose and the cartilage. This piercing should not go through the cartilage itself because that would be painful.
Attempting to pierce or re-pierce the skin outside of a professional piercing shop is considered dicey business. The absence of a sterile environment, proper equipment, and a professional piercer’s training and experience may result in infection, nerve damage, and blood loss.
How to Care for Your Nose Piercing. In this Article: Preparing for Your Nose Piercing Getting the Piercing Caring for the First Three Months Watching for Infection Caring After Switching Jewelry Community Q&A Nose piercings are fashionable and cool. More and more jobs are allowing facial piercings while you work, meaning they are becoming more accepted.