Tri-Navel Piercing

I think I might worry a little bit about rejection due to the jewelry design, but this navel project by Lucas at Wildcat Antwerp is pretty neat looking. You may remember it from such films as Krull II, in which it played the part of the Glaive.

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One thought on “Tri-Navel Piercing

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

    Posted on 02-28-2006 23:18:48 by outmywindow
    Wow, inserting that must have been a bitch!

    I love the center though!

    Posted on 03-01-2006 19:38:16 by hmmm…
    It should be alright, until they move their torso.

    Posted on 03-02-2006 17:47:12 by Lucas
    I thought about the rejection thing, I pierced it with titanium bannanabells with 2x 4mm ball wich is the best jewellery to let a navel heal I think. and after 8 month I changed them to this jewellery. and yes it was a bitch to insert, hehe. it has a little bit of space and it bends because the stems are teflon, so about moving the torso… no problem. I did tell my friend to put balls instead of spikes most of the time.

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