TAT Nose piercings

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  1. biuealien

    biuealien New Member

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    Hey guys,
    I was thinking of possibly getting a nose ring around the end of the summer. What should I expect in terms of how easy it is to take care of, possible scaring, how fast the hole closes up, risk of infection, process in how they do it, the type of ring (corkscrew or whatever) etc...?

    I was thinking of just getting the little stud.

    This seemed like the perfect place to ask, so why not give it a shot, right?
     
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    - easy to take care of .. just wash your face and the piercing
    - it will leave a scar if you take it out
    - some peoples close up right away, some never close
    - if you shower you shouldn't get an infection
    - they shove a needle through your nostril then put jewellery in
    - ring, labret stud, corkscrew whichever you'd like
     
  3. Coranai

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    Are you getting a ring or a stud? i got mine pierced with a stud, so i'm pretty sure a ring would be less painful (but not my taste). If you do get a stud, it will hurt when they pull the stud through as the hook part & the stud are all one piece. Mine healed in about 2 months, but the average is 3.

    Good luck!
     
  4. biuealien

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    I'm thinking of getting a stud as rings aren't really my taste either. It healed completely in 2 months? When you first get it done, I heard that they put in the corkscrew. Is it like that for all of them? Or just some?
     
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    Ive never had a problem with mine, i got it done with a ring, changed to a bone after that. Never had it infected or anything.

    The bones are good if you dont ever plan on chaning them, as it hurts to take it out or put it in, because you have to strech it going in or comming out. Ive been looking at the screws lately but havent bought any yet.
     
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    Mine was pierced and they put in a corkscrew. They are a bitch to take out and put in. I changed mine to a stud the same week that I had it pierced (stupid I know, I don't suggest it. I was lucky enough that it didn't get infected) Mine took about 3 months to heal.
     
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    I wish my stud had healed up right :wtc: I loved having it
     
  8. Coranai

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    I think the corkscrew is the standard. The intial pain stopped in like an hour, but be careful washing your face, if you use a washcloth, or even a ring on your finger, you may pull it halfway out, and that hurts. Got mine in Oct 07, was able to change in Dec, just in time for Xmas.
     
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    Phantom Empress mmmmmm tasty!!!

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    I can't wait to get mine. Just over a month to go. then i can heal over the summer and then wear a retainer to teach.
     

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