Post # 1
Ok Ive had my ears pierced twice as a kid which was short lived. My first time I had a doctor threatining me with a scalpel to remove the stud which had now disapeared within the lobe. I have learned lots and realize piercing guns are bad and a good piercer makes a big difference.
It looks like Tuesday I will be having my ears done by and incredible guy (hes a RN). I am so nervous and excited I never expected to be able to wear ear rings at my wedding.
Now I need to make earings lol.
Post # 3
This time I’m sure you are old enough to take proper care of your new piercings.
Post # 4
Fiance helps a lot he has lots of experience with piercings. It almost seems like I cant change my belly button ring without his help.
Post # 5
Okay, I’ll be honest. I never had pierced ears growing up — not for any reason, they just weren’t something I cared about. I finally got them pierced about a year ago, at the ripe old age of 23 because I wanted to be able to wear earrings for our wedding. I’m so glad I did, and I’ve had fun with them since. 🙂
Post # 6
I’m so happy that you are having an RN do it and not going to a piercing pagoda. Those guns are freaky. So much easier with a needle.
Time to look at earrings! I love earrings.