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    so which do you think is better to get a ring or a stud when it is first pierced.... cos i wanted a ring cos i thinik they look nicer, i have also heard they are easier to clean but then they might also put more pressure on the hole....
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    (Original post by miki_da_magpie)
    No ****. Thats exactly what I said in my post :yes:
    Sorry it wasn't easy to understand.
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    so which do you think is better to get a ring or a stud when it is first pierced.... cos i wanted a ring cos i thinik they look nicer, i have also heard they are easier to clean but then they might also put more pressure on the hole....
    Straight bar to start and you can swap it a few months down the line.
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    (Original post by MewMachine)
    Wow wish I'd known this yesterday. My 13 year old cousin got hers done with a gun in some beauty salon that stunk of cheap nail varnish. Not good.
    I know people say that Claire's isn't good, but they said they wouldn't do U16s as the cartilage hasn't formed properly and there's a higher chance of it collapsing. Is this true?
    No idea but there is a higher chance of it getting infected and distorted because of the use of the gun and ******** that work there.
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    (Original post by Trigger)
    Straight bar to start and you can swap it a few months down the line.
    I wish I'd known that before I had my cartilage piercing done. Had it done in Affleck's palace in manchester if anyone knows the piercing shop there.

    Anyhoo they used a sterile needle etc but I decided to have a thick ring put in rather than a normal stud. It became very sore and refused to stop hurting even after a month. Eventually I took the ring out and let the hole close up because it wasn't worth it.

    I think because the ring was able to twist around a lot in the open wound it wouldn't heal properly....
 
 
 
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