Forehead Skin Peeling

Forehead scarification via skin removal by Abel at Nomadas in Guadalajara, Mexico.

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23 thoughts on “Forehead Skin Peeling

  1. i have a feeling the middle will just become a really big scar… rather than being able to see the spiral. but thats what i like about skin removesl. i like the chaos.

  2. I really like the design, simple but still bold. I’d too like to see how this heals, as #6 said I have the concern that the middle with become one singular scar, rather than as it is now…hopefully that won’t happen.

  3. I just looked in the mirror and tried to make facial expressions without moving my forehead too much– it didn’t work! I don’t think I’d be able to have a huge scar on my forehead, even one as pretty as this :-)

  4. I was under the impression that skin peels dont keloid as much as a normal cut does. Someone correct me if I’m wrong.

  5. I’d love to see this as it was being done, seems like it must have been a pretty intense procedure. And foreheads bleed like crazy. o_o

    That said, I really like the design and the placement.

  6. I wonder how it’ll look when she gets wrinkles on her forehead? Still it looks awesome, I love the look of them when they are fresh.

  7. Haha i read the title too quickly and read it as “foreskin peeling” lol this is a very nice peeling i love the placement!

  8. Wow, that is really, really neat! Can’t wait to see how it looks when it’s healed.

  9. Thats a great design. As with most sacrifications, if you constantly pick and don’t allow it to heal then it will certainly create larger keloids. If it is basically left to heal on it’s own then it should look a little more like this (the closer to god one).
    Also, the forehead heals fairly fast (I should know I’ve had many constellations of pimples in my adolescence that after popped took little time to heal and left minimal scarring). The parts of the design look far enough away from each other to keep the pattern from looking like a blob. Then again, depending on his desired result it may come out wrong. Overall I think it will look awesome once it heals.

  10. wow i dont get scarification. not bein negative it looks sick as hell but i dont think i could.

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