Fourteen Surface Piercings

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13 thoughts on “Fourteen Surface Piercings

  1. the wrists and fingers DO look like theyre done with straight barbells, which is sad cause it will help to speed up an already inevitable rejection process. the neck looks like its havin a good ol time tho! right on.

  2. The ones in her wrist look more like PTFE Barbells. Her finger is to small to tell though.

  3. they do look pretty unhappy… i’d definitely prefer to see actual surface jewelry in the wrists.

    even the ones in the neck seem to be done the same way, unfortunately the photo is pretty over-exposed in that area so i can’t say for certain.

  4. I don’t think they’re straight SS barbells, I think they’re PTFE. Which is much more appropriate jewelry than an SS barbell.

  5. Straight barbells or PTFE, does it matter?.. How many people can actually heal either of those well?…The nape ones seem happy enough, but the ones on her wrist are starting to look icky, same with the one on her finger.

  6. Her neck ones look like too many… It looks like overkill. But wrist and finger ones however would be absolutely lovely if they were healed

  7. this work sucks. I am so tiredofseeing piercers hack people up and act as if it looks good, this looks like crap, that willall grow out and scar horribly

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