The Friday Follow-up

TGIF.  The weekend is almost upon us, which means it’s time to see some scars.  Now with this being the opening weekend for the final Harry Potter film (until they reboot the series in 5 years for American audiences) I figured it would only be appropriate to have two follow-up posts today.  So in honor of the boy wizard with the scar, here’s today’s first follow-up.

This cutting by Lary from Larypiercing in Finland was done about 3 months ago.  If you want to see how it looks today, you know what to do.

As you can see, after only 3 months the scar has started to form up really well.  It’ll be interesting to see if the keloiding develops any further or if it has reached the peak of it’s growth.

9 thoughts on “The Friday Follow-up

  1. that looks fantastic

    awesome awesome scar. hopefully she’ll never have to have any surgery that will interfere with that.

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    Oh shit, I drooled all over the keyboard again.

  3. Shouldn’t it be more like “the peak of ITS growth”?

    I mean, I come to modblog mainly to perfect my English.

    Major let-down.

  4. really.. really fucking awesome looking cutting

    i used to not really care for cuttings.. wanting to save all of my skin for ink… but her cutting is aesthetically beautiful but it also makes me want to touch it

  5. I think I’m in love….I really have been considering a cutting piece but idk how I will heal. I’m a diabetic with not that great control so wounds tend to heal very slow on me.

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