Post # 17
OMG that looks really painful. Imagine it getting caught on something and pulling! Sometimes my ering gets caught when I put my hand inside my pockets – I can’t even imagine having something like that! Plus I don’t really think its attractive in the least…
Post # 18
Oh that made me cringe…ouch :/ not my style but to each their own.
Post # 19
I’m not into it at all. I know a girl that would love to have one.
Post # 20
i had a surface piercing on my wrist and an eye brow ring that didn’t heal. The 1st one looks nice but I dont think it would heal well.
Post # 21
- Wedding: March 2014 - Glen Sanders Mansion
this has nothing to do with the post, but seeing your comment (“that is absolutely disgusting!”) next to your profile pic of a howling dog (which of course makes it look like the dog is yelling “that is absolutely disgusting”) just made me laugh so much!
and no, I would never do this. Seems unsafe and wouldn’t fit in with my line of work.
Post # 22
looks like a temp thing. It’s ok for a gimmick but like a PP said the body would reject it asap.
Post # 23
I agree! Especially the first one… Makes my skin crawl!!
Post # 24
I’ve had 9 dermals at most, but I would never get one on my finger. I have a friend who had an engagement dermal and she ended up in hospital with blood poisoning and had to have major surgery on her hand to clear all the gunk out! Everyone is different, so if its your kind of thing, go with it 🙂
Post # 29
Ouch! Thats making my finger hurt!
Post # 30
Dermal implants aren’t my thing, but an implant on one’s finger is just asking to get rejected by the body.
Post # 31
LOL I had to go back and look.
So. I love piercings and tattoos. I have a number of them.
But this? No. a) It makes me shiver just looking at it. b) That would never heal and get caught on too many things because of where it is. You use your hands/fingers so much that it’s just…a dumb piercing to try to get and think it’ll last. Dermals are already iffy on healing if they don’t reject outright.