how close together can you get central labrets? I wanna get 3 in the middle, but like as close as humanly possible
nah i mean horizontal, like one in the centre and one either side, but really close. All I see is central and snakebites, but never any closer just wonder if it was possible
Yeah, it's possible, as long as they can be placed without rubbing your teeth or anything.
DIY Helix spike no.1 - now stretched up to its final 1.6mm (pierced 2 weeks ago at 1mm)
DIY Helix spike no.2 - pierced today! was more painful, but my confidence at self-piercing is growing so the brand new needle went through beautifully. Pierced at 1.2, will stretch to 1.6 once crusties have stopped forming (ive found this is the best time to do it, as it actually reduces bumps!).
right now its bleeding everywhere haha.
*DISCLAIMER - do NOT pierce yourself without professional equipment and knowledge of what you are doing!
This may sound like a dumb question but is there any specific that needs to be done when down sizing a healed piercing?
Nope. If it's a larger stretched lobe you might just want to leave the jewellery out for a while rather than putting smaller jewellery in though, it'll help it close up faster.
Once you've had you're Prince Albert do you have to stretch it? I've heard about it. God, I really want one. Argh and I'm going to have to wait 6 weeks at least for it because my local piercer doesn't do them. Damn. Eyebrow next week and I can hardly wait!
I'm thinking about vertical nipple piercings on top of my horizontal nipple piercings. Do you think it's worth it because I think it would be quite cool?
You don't have to stretch it, no. A lot of people find they're more comfortable/pleasurable once stretched though. And it might stretch on its own. It should be pierced 2.4mm minimum in my opinion, but unfortunately loads of piercers do them as small as 1.6mm.
I'm not a fan of rings in lip piercings really, I think 3 small studs would look better...not that bothered about it either way heh, but I don't really like many lip piercings in general :P