Healed Floral Scar

This peony cutting, about nine months old in the picture on the right, was done by John Kid at The Piercing Lounge / Blue Lotus Tattoos in Madison, Wisconsin.


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14 thoughts on “Healed Floral Scar

  1. at first the blood looked like a stem. This healing is beautiful!!! I have a scar healing right now and i hope it turns out as clear and even as this one. Do you know what after care methods they used?

  2. Sweet! I’ve been trying to find out more about the piercing and tattoo shops in my area. Blue Lotus seems like it’s had a lot of publicity relative to the others. Anyone else in Madison have opinions?

  3. If you’re looking for a piercer/scar artist in Madison, John Kid is the guy to go to. He has pierced me before and done some scar work on my downstairs thats healing awsome….besides that hes a pretty okay guy…..so….go see him…

  4. i definitely saw the blood-drips as part of the cutting at first and thought it was a penis growing up to the flower. regardless, sweet cut.

  5. Hmm.. i enjoy the look of fresh cuts – they’re so bright and powerful – but healed scars have always seem far less impressive. IMHO, of course.

  6. Thanks to some great tips Lukas Zpira gave me, most of my work tends to scar really well. Keeping a moist environment during the initial 7 to 10 days makes a world of difference.

  7. i’m generally not a huge fan of brandings but this one is amazing. i thought it was a stem too (it would be a great addition)

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