Rejecting pocketings

They look great, but unfortunately they’re not lasting… Pockets and staples are a difficult mod to get to settle nicely (especially in that placement). These were done by Dan at Divinity Tattoo in Scottsdale, Arizona.

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15 thoughts on “Rejecting pocketings

  1. :c

    That does look like a really difficult placement to heal, but I agree with the undies comment above. At least cute underwear is forever.

  2. they would look really sexy! …if they didnt have that scarring. the only scars i like seeing are deliberate ones (scarification, cutting, etc) not ones from rejecting body piercings. rejections scars are just proof that whoever they belong to was living in denial of rejection for too long

  3. With how much the tissue on the ribs expand and contract wth everyday movement, sleeping, stretching, walking, I don’t know they didn’t see that coming.

    They did look sweet.

  4. “rejections scars are just proof that whoever they belong to was living in denial of rejection for too long”

    Or maybe she didn’t notice, how often do you look at the side of YOUR ribs? My navel randomly started looking like that and started to reject and I didn’t notice…
    Anyways, maybe she will treasure the scars as a reminder of her lovely staples. They’ll make a cool shape too.

  5. at least if she takes proper care of the area once the staples are taken out, she’ll be left with unique and really cool looking scars.

  6. It was a nice attempt. And i’m with Robyn on this one, she’s going to have beautiful little spot scars later.

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