Horizontal collarbone piercings

A pair (and note the removed and repierced one on her left side) of horizontal surface piercings by Andres Gomez at Tattoo 4 Life in Santiago, Chile. Fingers crossed for attempt number two!

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17 thoughts on “Horizontal collarbone piercings

  1. I want collarbone surface piercings, but my piercer said that she doubts I’d be able to heal them. Sure are pretty though.

  2. i’d really like to see a pair of these heal. I had a set of four that ultimately rejected after a couple months, and i’ve noticed a couple others have the same problem. One of these day’s i’ll get mine redone, but all props and best of luck to her.

  3. Ah!! i wish her the best of luck!!! if she got em done again is because really liked em…. i tried twice funny enough i had the scar on the left side to, it didnt work out :-(… we are gonna have to think of somehting else

  4. I have those as well, never seen em before, thought i was the only one! i have had mine for about 9 months or more, no issues yet. few peircers said they have never seen them heal so well.


  5. I have had mine for around 9 months, and no issues yet. A few peircers have told me they have never seen them heal as well as mine, guess I am the lucky one.


  6. Some get lucky, others don’t…I hope she’ll get lucky but I don’t think she will, seeing how her body already rejected this kind of stuff once.

  7. “HOOT”, did you use a regular needle procedure or a punch and taper. I’m wondering if that has anything to do with it’s outcome.

  8. seen them once, love them.
    but someone once told me you have to
    get them surgically removed;;true?
    wondering, bc im considering.

  9. no, you wouldn’t have to get them surgically removed unless there were some major complications. They’re surface bars and not anchors, so it’s just a matter of pulling the bars out.

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