Tuesday September 11th, 2012 @ 4:18 PM
Filed under: Lip/Cheek
I was curious as to how possible it would be to stretch a standard (center) labret while already having a vertical labret? I would most likely get pierced at a larger gauge and then scalpel. I’m just wondering if there’s enough room/it’s anatomically possible without putting pressure on the vertical labret and jacking it up.
I have personally had this exact setup so I can confidently say it will work fine. I had my labret stretched to 00g and had a 16g vertical labret at the same time with no problems. Just make sure there is a good amount of distance between the two.
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