Thursday May 6th, 2010 @ 8:18 AM
Why do you not have a category for Dahlia piercings ?
i know they’re not all that common, but they should at least be able to be searched for. I adore this site, i come to it for everything. And it’s slightly disappointing that i can’t find pictures, and especially experiences of others for this piercing, seeing as i just recently got it done.
also, i have no idea where to submit my entry for the Dahlia piercings.
They’re a lip piercing, and get filed as such, I believe. You can submit your pictures and experience under that category.
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Thursday May 6th, 2010 @ 8:13 AM
Question.. is this an actual, named piercing that I can get at a tattoo/piercing place? Someone I know (unprofessional piercer) says it’s not. I love it, and want it, but will people be willing professionally do it? Thanks (:
That’s an Ashley piercing (or an inverse vertical labret, if you’re not one of those dill-holes who enjoys cutesy-poo madeup names for piercings), and while they’re not terribly common, we’ve done a few of them at my little shop, so I imagine most experienced piercers would have at least heard of it, if not done a few. They’re not particularly rocket science to work out, technique and placement-wise. I should think you could find someone to do it for you!
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Thursday May 6th, 2010 @ 8:11 AM
Filed under: Ear
I’m preparing to become a divemaster where I will be diving in the ocean for several hours pretty much each day. I am also think about getting wooden plugs. How bad would it be to dive with the plugs in?
It definitely won’t do the wood any favours, being soaked in water (especially drying, salty water!) for a few hours a day. I’d say wear glass or silicone during your dives, personally!
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