Left is loose, right is tight. A pair of latex or nitrile gloves helps with slippy fingers. Remember the classic "Righty Tighty, Lefty Loosy". If you want to loosen something, you want to spin it counter clockwise if you are looking at that piercing directly from the front. If you are loosening your own, since you are facing the back, turn it clockwise, or to the right.
Right and left lip is called Snake Bites, the center piercing is a labret piercing.
Grab the back of the labret stud with your fingers, unscrew the ball (right to tighten left to loosen) with the other hand. No video required. If you still cant get it see your piercing for assistance.
1 right nipple 1 labret 1 genital piercing 6 ear lobes 1 nose not sure if anymore
it's a set of spiderbite piercings on each side of your lower lip. so the right side of your lower lip has two piercings and the left side of your lower lip has two piercings. Also, it is occasionally used to describe the double labret, usually snakebites, when they are vertical labret. So it would be two vertical labret.
I think that body piercing should not be banned because it's YOUR choice and anyone should have the right to express their selves.
This is a question that should have been covered by your piercer. It's there responsibility to advise you of what is right and not right for the piercing you are getting. So I would suggest you give them a call and ask them what is up with your piercing.
Yes, they should, because it's there personal right if they want to or not.
labret is the only one i can think of, snake bites if they're done on either side. unless you're refering to a monroe, (left upper lip) or madonna (right upper lip) or "angel bites" for both. i hope this helps Edit: Snakebites: When you have one piercing either side of the bottom of your lip. Angelbites: When you have one piercing either side of the top of your lip. One above your lip in the middle is a madonna. One above your lip to the side is a monroe. One in the middle at the bottom is a labret. Two on one side at the bottom of the lip is called a spiderbite. One to the side at the bottom of your lip is just a lip piercing i guess. (:
Whichever side you would like. There is no right answer.
Just be sure the jewellery is clean before you remove it and that is it, take the jewellery out right after a shower is the best bet.
You can tan right away, just keep tanning lotion and oil away from your new piercing.
You can use labrets in them but not navel jewelry. The curved jewelry doesn't really look right and its an uneven weight. If the threading and gauge match, you can take a ball or dangle from the navel jewelry and put it on the end of the labret bar.
I believe she has two lobe piercings in her right ear and two in her left, and one helix piercing in her left too. She has a nose piercing on her right nostril and a navel piercing.
snakebites are one labret stud on the left and right sides of the mouth where are spider bites are two labret studs close together on the same side of the mouth.
Well , if you want to put in the labret What you do is you Take off the little ball or stud at the end and set it aside , then pull your lip forward and put the screw part through your hole from the inside. If you haven't got the right gauge what i did was i put the screw part from the outside and the stud from the inside to break the skin , then it was perfect Happy Piercing xx Iris.
Cartilage piercing should be left for a professional body piercer to do not some clown with a piercing gun. You can have a barbell or a ring put into the piercing right from the start when done by a body piercer.
If you mean for good: After having the piercing for a while, you should be able to take it out and let it heal, close up, etc. If you've just gotten it and changed your mind, it is often suggested to leave it in until it heals a bit more so that it won't leave an uglier mark if you take it out right away.
If you are using the correct type of piercing equipment, you should not have to numb your tongue at all. Numbing the area before piercing could affect the healing process, and leave more opportunity to become infected. It is best to get a piercing done professionally, but if you are piercing at home, be sure to use the right sterile needles and tools. There should be little to no pain, making numbing unnecessary.
Get it done on the right, and youll be able to see it better i guess. Either side is good though.
Sorry, but i don't think it i possible to make a belly ring take it's place on your nose. If it's a straight barbell, You can put it in. But if it' curved and has a one big ball and a shorter one, Forget it, it would just look stupid. Source: Piercing that i have; Cartilage piercing on the right ear, 3 years Labret piercing: 8 month Snake bites :4 month Lobe(left): Since I'm born. Lobe(Right): Since I'm born now stretched to 1/2 inch.
There are nine different lip piercings they go by many names but I will give you the proper names and we will forget the variant names to avoid confusion.Center lower lip "Labret"Center upper lip "Medusa"Left upper lip "Monroe"Right upper lip "Madonna"Left lower lip "Simply a lip piercing"Right lower lip "Simply a lip piercing"Center of the lower lip "Vertical Labret"Left and Right lower lip by the chin line done as a pair "Low Brets"Lower center lip "Horizontal Labret"Now when 5 and 6 are done together they are called "viper bites", "snake bites", blah blah. We won't get into names because that's just a lost leader there are so many variations that the names just confuse things further. Now standard piercings are the first seven listed above.More experimental piercings are listed below the standards and should only be done by truly experienced professional body piercers who has a documented record of performing these piercings. The standard piercings as with any piercings should be done by an experienced professional body piercer, and are not to be attempted by inexperienced wannabe home piercing novices. Serious personal injury can result from botched piercing attempts so be fore warned.
If the piercing was done with a piercing gun then that should answer the question.
As long as it isn't a contact sport and no one else's sweat will get in your piercing you can play a sport right after you get your navel done.
Mine did. Not as bad as it did right after it got pierced though.