Archive for the ‘Sorts of piercing’ Category

Bridge piercing

April 24, 2008

Yet another nose piercing is the bridge piercing. This piercing is a piercing through the small flap of skin at the top of the nose, between the eyes, though never through the bone. Curved barbells and straight barbells are the most commonly used in this piercing. These in many people have a high rate of rejection and if not dealt with immediately will scar.

Nostril piercing

April 24, 2008

Nostril piercing is a body piercing practice often associated with India. In India the outside of the left nostril is the preferred position of the piercing as this is supposed to make childbirth easier. This is because Ayurvedic medicine associates this location with the female reproductive organs.Nostril piercing was first performed in the Middle East about 4,000 years ago. A nose ring was one of the gifts given to Rebekah, according to Genesis 24:47. From there the practice spread to India and parts of Asia. In India piercings were regarded as a mark of beauty and social standing as well as a Hindu’s honor to the god Parvathi the goddess of marriage in the 16th century. Nose piercing is still popular in Pakistan, India and Bangladesh. It also remains popular in Middle Eastern and Arab [Not Egyptian] countries. Pakistani people do this with a small diamond only, not a small hoop. Nostril piercing has in recent decades become popular amongst the industrialised nations, as have other forms of body piercing. Piercing was introduced by the hippie culture in the 1960s and 70s.
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Nasal septum piercing

April 24, 2008

A nasal septum piercing is less common than nostril piercings. The nasal septum is the cartilaginous dividing wall between the nostrils. Generally, the cartilage itself is not pierced, but rather the small gap between the cartilage and the bottom of the nose, typically at 14ga (1.6mm) although it is often stretched to a larger gauge. The nose has many nerves running through it and as a result, nose piercings can be painful, although it varies by individual. This piercing heals within a month and a half to three months also depending on the individual. Stretching to a larger gauge is incredibly painful and it is advised to wait a month between stretches. If you go past a certain point, usually about 8mm, the cartilage gets forced towards the top of the nose, which can be uncomfortable. Another disadvantage to a stretching procedure is the undesirable fish-like smell that comes with it.
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Ear piercing

March 26, 2008

Ear piercing – perhaps, the most banal kind of piercing. We meet punctured lobes of ears on one hundred times for a day. But if you have dared to diversify somehow the body a superfluous couple of the nicest foramens in the body, but are not ready to radical decisions it is possible to pierce on some additional holes in a lobe, and the quantity of those should be a miscellaneous in the right and left ear. For example three and two. It looks well, not absolutely usually, and if will correctly not fill with the any sensation of the overload appearing in clearing in ears into which the Gland lactate is inserted more, that these ears weigh.
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Penis piercing

March 26, 2008

Possible changes:Well-known Prince Albert. Also it is possible to make also piercing with ampalange – metal a pin which will be deepened by those, hand over another in header of a member; it is possible to make the same, it is closer only to establishment; it is possible, to do by various aspects of piercing of a member.

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