While the earlobe is the most common location for a body piercing, it is definitely not the only option out there. Many choose to pierce their tongue, lips, nose, eyebrows, nipples, naval and more. Many factors can affect piercings, including body type, location, skin, nerves, etc. Therefore, we have put together a little information on high-risk piercings.
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If you are considering a nostril piercing, you might have some questions about healing time, as well as what’s normal and what’s not. We will answer these questions and more about nostril piercings so you can know what to expect when receiving one. Continue reading Nostril Piercing FAQs
Summer is finally here! This is certainly the best time of the year to show off your summer body and freshly inked masterpiece covered in clothing most of the year. However, the sun can be damaging to your tattoo. You already spent a lot of time and effort to get it done and the idea that it may fade can be cause of woe; not to mention all the topical anesthetic applied to your skin. Tattoo Consortium has compiled a list of helpful tips to help you keep your tattoo bright and beautiful this summer.
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From mild to wild, our professional piercers have done it all. Whether you are looking to get your ears pierced, or something a little more outrageous, rest assured that you will be in good hands in a clean, safe environment with trained professionals capable of assisting you in both selection and the best aftercare. We change out your Jewelry for FREE!!!
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Tattoo’s have come a long way since the anchor and eagle that your Grandfather had on his arm. It has evolved into an art form and we treat it as such. During the healing process, as well as afterwards, it is extremely important that you take care of your tattoo to ensure a lifetime of enjoyment. Please take note of the instructions below.
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