Oooh, pretty

Andy Hursh‘s decorative wrist piercing done by Mike French and Maggie at Omega Red in Cedar Falls, Iowa.

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17 thoughts on “Oooh, pretty

  1. Meh. Too tiny for that area imho…but I’m verrry prejudiced…

    …that’s one perfect triangle though! :p

  2. reminds me of something VERY similar, hmmmmmm ;)

    Personally I don’t like the placement being right on the wrist location due to the constant movement,etc.

    But hey this problem might not occur since they are Microdermals/Surface Anchors

  3. they look like anchors. actually a whole lot like what my anchors looked like on my chest..

  4. those are very cute, and they match exactly 3 freckles i have in a perfect triangle on the back of my wrist.

  5. i really wish someone did microdermals in my area, i fell in love with them when i 1st saw an example of them, these ones are adorable :)

  6. kevin, thats how my anchors were done. straight nose screws that were bent into anchors..

  7. is that bent nostril screws or actual anchor jewelery?
    if so where can you get pretty ends like that?
    I have had a surface bar above my collar bone for 5 months and it is healing wonderfully but I can only find very large gemmed ends, those look very nice.
    props for looks, i hope its done well so it lasts.

  8. Hey sweet. Im on shannons Mod blog haha. yea there Nos Screws. and you can see my sleeve at my BME site. check it. Thanks for all the comments on the Peice. yay

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