piercednipples
piercednipples:

3 submitted anonymously:

Got them done two days ago, and though I love the fact that their pierced . I’m afraid they pierced them too far apart and I’m gonna have to repierce them :(

I’m sorry I have to say this, but that piercer didn’t know what he/she was doing. They’re pierced way too deep into the areola. This is what resident advisor and licensed piercer a-modestproposal has to say after looking at the picture:
PLEASE take those out. Those have to be some of the deepest piercings I have ever seen. The entire bar is covered. A nipple piercing should never go into the areola. I cannot conceive of how the piercer thought that was okay. I would suggest never going back to them. It does not look right. But mostly they will have a very difficult time to heal, and the length of the jewelry is so much longer than a standard bar. You will have a tough time finding proper jewelry for it once they have healed, if that happens at all. Take them out, never go back and make sure you visit an experienced reputable piercer. I usually offer a discount for “damages”, but make sure the next person knows what they are doing. And I am sorry for this bad experience.
Good luck! 

I like them but if u got to get them redone I love to see them

piercednipples:

3 submitted anonymously:

Got them done two days ago, and though I love the fact that their pierced . I’m afraid they pierced them too far apart and I’m gonna have to repierce them :(

I’m sorry I have to say this, but that piercer didn’t know what he/she was doing. They’re pierced way too deep into the areola. This is what resident advisor and licensed piercer a-modestproposal has to say after looking at the picture:

PLEASE take those out. Those have to be some of the deepest piercings I have ever seen. The entire bar is covered. A nipple piercing should never go into the areola. I cannot conceive of how the piercer thought that was okay. I would suggest never going back to them. 

It does not look right. But mostly they will have a very difficult time to heal, and the length of the jewelry is so much longer than a standard bar. You will have a tough time finding proper jewelry for it once they have healed, if that happens at all. 

Take them out, never go back and make sure you visit an experienced reputable piercer. I usually offer a discount for “damages”, but make sure the next person knows what they are doing.

And I am sorry for this bad experience.


Good luck! 

I like them but if u got to get them redone I love to see them