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    This is a microdermal stud; |______, the vertical part being the bit that superficially shows outside your body, the horizontal bit secures it to your skin.
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    (Original post by Bubbles*de*Milo)
    Do they use a scalpel?
    Yeh they do for scarification.

    I commented on a post before about microdermals, not sure if it was yours ?

    They are relatively new but much better to get than surface bars as they are less likely to reject. I'd find a reputable studio in your area, ask to look at their portfolio and go from there. You want someone with experience in the area so you can get the best placement for you and chance of success.
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    (Original post by Bubbles*de*Milo)
    Thanks XD

    How do you get scars on your skin? Do they use a scalpel?
    Scalpel or branding, usually. It's not a very common art and tends to be very unpredicatable due to the nature of scars.
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    I actually feel a bit sick looking at that. :eek:

    Good luck :awesome:
 
 
 
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