AWalkingModification from BME
Love all her mods, she looks fantastic!
“Initiate secret handshake”
Gilsons, Jackie and no neck! Haha. Life is pretty great!
July needs to get here already! And then I can get my vertical nipple piercings and officially begin searching for an apprenticeship. :)) Oh, and not have to have parental consent for anythingg anymore! How exciting, the path to body modification shall finally begin!
It’s gonna be such a long two months. Hahah.
I want to get my nipples pierced but I’m scared it will hinder my ability to play with my nipples.
But then you can also play with the jewelry ;D
I can not for the life of me get the right barbells balls to loosen :( Help?
Try going back to your piercer, they will usually offer to help change out jewelry if you’re having difficulty with it :)
I’m not usually one to submit myself for anything to be honest, but my head is filled with awesome jewelry today and I’m pretty stoked about it.
*Location: South Jersey
Visible Modifications: 1.5” lobes with black river agate stones from Evolve, 6g conches with CZ gemmed eyelets from Industrial Strength, 12g side labrets with 4mm prong set black opal gems from Anatometal, 6g septum with CBR with black opal center stone and 3mm prong set CZ gems on the sides from Anatometal, and 18g paired nostrils with 2mm prong set black opals from Neometal.
Modifications Not Shown: 6g tongue piercing with titanium jewelry from Anatometal.
A sentence about yourself: I’m a body piercer from South Jersey at 12 Oz Studios, APP member, on the outreach committee for the APP, I started the group on Facebook called Ask A Professional Piercer, and I’m pretty obsessed with high quality body jewelry.
The brilliance of this piece is unbelievable. I can’t do it justice with my phone’s camera.
6mm purple synthetic opal (52) prong set in dark purple titanium
I’m in love with Anatometal
Today is an important day for North Carolinians. We are making our voices heard all over this state to let people know that we don’t stand for the legislation of discrimination. The rainbow appeared in the Bible as a symbol of peace and protection for Noah. The LGBT community has adopted the rainbow as a symbol of peace and hope as well. The heart is a timeless, universal symbol of love and acceptance. The daithe piercing, traditionally, was to act as a gate to the ear canal, to filter out harsh, hateful words, and bad ideas.
In anticipation / celebration of today’s victory for equal rights for our friends and family, I’d like to offer a gift. Daithe piercings with these lovely rainbow hearts will be done at the cost of jewelry and supplies ($30) today and tomorrow. After that, they’ll be full price with a portion of the proceeds going to a local LGBT organization. Please feel free to reblog and share!
martin--munster said: Hey there. Thanks a LOT for the compliment and the reblog. I am truly honored (and I mean that, not just saying it...) to be featured amongst all those wonderful people on your blog!
You’re welcome, and thank YOU! :)