Since we are gladly reopening that means we are allowed to sell our beautiful jewelry since we are a jewelry retail store. So we can sell you any jewelry pieces you may need or put you on a waitlist for custom orders but we are not allowed to pierce and or install the jewelry for you.
We understand wanting piercings. You want them on your ears, your body, and your face. Unfortunately, sometimes our lifestyles – work, family, school – don't feel the same way. Even more unfortunately, sometimes we have to lose the argument.
The “snake eyes” piercing is an oral piercing that we at Master Pierce have taken a stance against. It's considered a fad piercing, and, as with most fad piercings, there are multiple risks involved with it.
What makes or breaks the healing of a piercing is the aftercare. There are countless articles, blog posts, and websites out there that all claim to have the best tips and tricks to take care of your fresh piercing. Unfortunately, the vast majority of them rely on outdated procedures or fad-based ideas that aren't truly helpful.
As we tell many of our clients: There are risks to breastfeeding your baby with nipple piercings, however, they can be reduced or eliminated with careful planning. The most common risks to your infant from pierced nipples include leaking milk (creating too fast a flow), obstructed ducts leading to lowered milk supply, latch difficulties, damage to the baby’s mouth, and/or choking from jewelry that is not removed.
As a whole, we at Master Pierce generally suggest that you wait until your child is old enough to ASK for the piercing. If your child has asked and has shown the ability to understand basic hygiene needs for a fresh wound, we encourage you to call us to schedule a consultation at (561)753-1770.
Much like navel piercings, a properly pierced industrial barbell is heavily dependent on anatomy. Forcing an industrial through ill-suited anatomy can result in physical damage to the surrounding area, warping of the ear, scarring, and even tissue loss in some extreme cases.