Double Penetration (one ring, two holes)

On the left is an eyebrow orbital piercing by Renzo Cubas, currently at Laughing Buddha in Seattle, Washington, and on the right is a vertical labret orbital by Mike Moore at VooDoo Tattoo in Bay City, MI (you may remember him from my lucky bastard double piercing fantasy commentary).

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One thought on “Double Penetration (one ring, two holes)

  1. The following comments were imported from our old comment system:

    Posted on 02-10-2006 21:17:24 by aaja
    Isn’t that lip ring putting an alot of pressure forward? Won’t that cause problems?

    Posted on 02-11-2006 02:06:28 by katie
    the lip looks pretty uncomfortable, but those are beautiful eyes!

    Posted on 02-11-2006 18:25:05 by aa
    i dont like this at all

    Posted on 02-12-2006 17:00:45 by Acacia
    I know someone who did that with a common lobe piercing… I think it was the first time I saw it. The lip one looks a little stressed :S

    Posted on 02-13-2006 10:27:24 by Matney X
    I’ve got a friend that’s had an eyebrow orbital for atleast 5 years now… he had 2 close-set piercings, and accidently threaded his CBR through both holes… It’s not nearly so pronounced, though.

    And I only see that lip piercing causing problems. A+ for effort, though.

    Posted on 02-22-2006 22:32:41 by etoile
    Assuming the lip one doesn’t reject, it would be a lot more comfortable with the bead on the bottom half of the ring.

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