TAT Is there such thing as a clear jewlery for a fresh pierced ear

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  1. phatcow

    phatcow My boyfriend, who had already wept. OT Supporter

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    I want to pierce my ear, BUT i cant leave it in at work



    I know ear piercing is like .00005 in the hardcore scale, compared to some of you guys, but we gotta start somewhere :noes:
     
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    dont waste youe money, youre gonna have nothing but problems taking it in and out
     
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    couldnt you keep it covered with a small piece of band aid while at work till it heals and you can remove it?
     
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    phatcow My boyfriend, who had already wept. OT Supporter

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    whats the smallest glassware they have?
     
  5. Half-Pint

    Half-Pint will you give in to me?

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    Hmm I'm curious about this, too. My school is very strict on piercings... I want to get some ear and facial piercings (still deciding on which... most probably just a lip ring or labret to start off with..) but don't want to have to wait until the summer holidays to get it done. Plus, if I get it during schooltime it means I have 6 hours where I'll be away from my parents bitching about it :big grin:

    I take it that it you can't wear some kind of retainer straight after getting pierced instead of normal jewellery?
     
  6. pedestrianx

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    You should not cover your piercings with a band aid.
    I'm also pretty sure you can't put a (plastic) retainer in a freshly pierced hole.
     

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