TAT Madison Piercing

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  1. offbla6k

    offbla6k New Member

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    Has anyone gotten this? I talked to a local piercer and he says that those usually don't work. So instead they do a surface piercing that's similiar to the madison. I also hear different things about the jewelry too..

    I need some experienced opinions!!! :hs:
     
  2. Buttons

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    a madison IS a surface piercing.
     
  3. Diedemus

    Diedemus Google is my HMO

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    indeed, what the hell are they doing if they dont consider it a surface?:ugh2:
     
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    No sht, I've seen surface piercings, they're on my body, but I said they do one SIMILAR to the Madison. The Madison has a 9/10 rejection rate and the piercer said that they do one LIKE the Madison which has a higher success rate. I'm not sure what he meant so I'm asking for EXPERIENCED opinions--people who have gotten it. Thanks
     
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    with ANY surface piercing there is a large chance of rejection. for jewelry you should be using a surface bar.
     
  6. chellekat

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    I had mine done for a couple of months. Had to take it out 'cause it started to migrate after a hellish week of literally no time to sleep and no time to clean it properly. Also, as awesome as they are, they're really uncomfortable under highnecked shirts. But I think that if you were taking good care of it through the healing process and beyond that you should be able to preserve it for the better part of a year.

    Like Almighty Buttons says though, go for a titanium surface bar, they're expensive but they also increase the chances of success
     

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