microdermal coverups

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Tuesday December 15th, 2009 @ 7:35 PM

Filed under: Surface/Unusual

Im about to get a microdermal where a madison piercing would be placed. I know that there are skin toned heads I can use, but somehow I cant seem to find them on the internet. Does anyone know of a place that I could get (a preferably cheap) one? Also I have a very pale skintone, so Im wondering if that matters at all…? Thanks!!

The cheapest option and one that I often advise is simply taking a band aid that is a close color to your skin tone and putting a piece of it (trimmed to shape) over the flat disc end that likely came with your micro. Cheap, effective and far less chance of allergic reaction than most of the flesh tone ends.

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3 Responses to “microdermal coverups”

  1. I think Steelskin makes a lot of flesh-colored ends, and they are dental acrylic so it shouldn’t give you a reaction like the 30 cent crap from asian companies.

    Cucuy on December 16th, 2009 at 4:52 pm
  2. If you do insist on fleshtone ends, don’t go cheap; afterall, it is jewelry and supposed to be an adornment.. Skin rashes and allergies aint pretty.

    And please please please do NOT change the ends too often, because it can irritate your microdermal greatly! A good rule to keep is to think of your piercing as ”fresh” again each time you change the ends: atleast wait a good 2-3 months before doing so again, so it can settle again. Healthy microdermals look much better than angy ones!

    Tirza Kurenai on January 1st, 2010 at 11:32 pm
  3. http://www.bodyartforms.com/productdetails.asp?Retainer=Y&dwzPage=2&ProductID=2109&index=9

    i think that is what you are looking for

    braydendtf on February 8th, 2010 at 4:45 pm

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