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How can you convince your mom to let you get a small nose piercing?

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2009-12-23 01:27:08
2009-12-23 01:27:08
  • She agreed to let me get it done when I turn 16... that didn't happen because I did it myself.
  • I think having as much information as possible to present to your mom about risk of infection and such would definitely help your case. As far as piercing yourself that can be extremely dangerous and is not recommended, your body has a lot of arteries than can be injured if you pierce the wrong spot !
  • My sister got a small gem or diamante and stuck it to her nose (don't use super glue!). She told my parents that she got it done properly, my parents thought it looked lovely so the next day she went out and got it done for real, it worked for her.
  • Take her shopping with you in the mall. All sorts of beauty salons do it and choose something dainty and perhaps on the side of your nose. Nothing too gaudy. I am sure there are a few of the girls in the beauty salon that do have nose piercing and let your mom see it and assure her you can take it out whenever you please and also you can let the small hole heal up. I think she may go for it.
  • I am only 13 years old and I asked my mom can I get one if it wasn't really noticible. So she agreed like what harm can it do. We went to get it done and since I had to go in alone I simply asked the man or woman that was doing the job would it be nocitable. He said you can see it if u glimpsed at someone. I thought that was great after the job was done my mom saw it she was angry for like a few minutes then she noticed that I looked really good in it.
  • My dad threatened me a lot, but when afterI had it done (he didn't know I was going to get it done) he was stunned I actually did it.

tell them it's better than getting a tattoo cos you can always take a ring out

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