We are happy to welcome our new piercer Roberto!
November 9 – 12: Ania Jalosinska (Poland)
A few spots available, contact us for bookings
A piercing actually means a piece of pierced skin with jewelry in it. Many parts of the body can be pierced, for instance ears, nose, lips, nipples and genitals. Sometimes not only the skin has been pierced but the cartilage as well.
If a piercing has not been performed professionally, you run the risk of damaged tissue that could lead to desensitized, or loss of function of nerves. Or to an infection, abcess, allergic reaction, scartissue and the rejection of the jewelry. A piercing usually is a deep wound that needs time to heal. Depending on the spot, quality of the jewelry, general health, physical condition and of course the way you have been pierced, healing times are between 2-50 weeks. If a piercing is performed in a professional way, and is treated with care, healing will usually be without any trouble.
Piercing has been practiced in many different countries of the world. In South America, the original tribe people have pierced and stretched ears, noses, lips. In Indonesia they have hugely stretched ears, the Eskimos had pierced noses and lips. In India they still pierce their tongue and cheeks on festivals, in Africa, they have pierced ears, noses, lips. Genital piercings originated probably out of a ritual or religious device of sexual control and there was not anything pleasureable about it but very painful. Only in the West, this type of body decoration has not been popular for up to 40 years ago (!), except maybe for some fetish-scenes, where more pleasurable functions for private piercings were being discovered. And for the rest a pierced earlobe, which was generally seen as primitive or suspicious!Fortunately, people began to take more interest in themselves and their bodies and the way they looked and started thinking about how to change their appearance, and how they wanted to look That is, clothing, hairstyle, make up, jewelry, shoes or any accessory and if that is still not you, maybe get pierced or tattooed.
Besides the good look of it, a piercing can have an additional function, namely that it can feel nice and can give an extra sensation to the part of the body that has been pierced. Like a tongue piercing does, and a nipple piercing will. And genital piercings of course are mostly performed for the extra stimulans.
For some piercings, you will have to downsize your jewelry, because the part that is pierced may swell up the first few days. So you start with something bigger or larger in size. You cannot start with jewelry which is more heavy or has pointed ends or sticks out in a way that it will not get the rest it needs to heal. Only after your piercing has healed, you can change it with a different type of jewelry. Some piercings you have to pay attention to not to take out too long before they will close. Even after it has healed and you`ve had it for a longer time. Do not take the jewelry out before it has healed!!
Choosing the piercer
Since piercing has become so popular, it became a booming business usually in combination with tattooing. In the beginning, there were only few piercing shops (and still are actually) and most of the time, piercing was being performed by tattooists in their tattoo shop, sometimes because it meant fast and easy extra money. These people were not always that well informed on piercing (because their main thing was tattooing and probably piercing didn’t look that difficult) and nowadays still teach their piercers the same bad piercing habits, without taking it serious enough. Usually a shop who does tattooing and piercing, have the same level of quality, because the image has to correspond. So if there’s serious tattooing going on, usually piercing will be serious too. And reverse.
Try to avoid the overexcited fresh piercer who just did the “2-day course how to learn piercing” who cannot act appropriately. It will take months before a piercing-trainee starts realizing what they are really doing and what to think of and what to do. There are so many piercings possible nowadays with each their own healing and wearing-process. This takes a long time to know about and a piecer will have to learn about hygiene, cross-contamination, materials, skin allergy, nerve-system, and so on.
The best way to become a professional piercer is by asking a professional piercer if he/she wants to train you, if you can have a look at it for many times, for many months, try to do the set-up, how to pick the right jewelry and get pierced yourself as much as possible, so you know how it feels, what you can do better, how to mark it the best to avoid rejection and how to size to jewelry, not too small because of swelling and not too big so it will move too much.
An experienced piercer should have a perfect eye for marking and choosing the right shape of jewelry and right material. And while doing the piercing, taking all neccessary precautions into consideration with care.Have a look in different shops. Ask for a possible photobook.
There is a tendency just to ask about prices and compare it with only that. This doesnt make sense; which one do you choose now? Cheap and low quality or expensive and high quality? Have a look at the jewelry displayed, try to catch a customer who just got pierced in the same place and ask the person if you can have a look at it. Piercers themselves can tell you a lot about the ways they work; do they have nice and clean and healed piercings themselves? Are their hands clean? Do they wash their hands before touching something? Do they take other people`s jewelry in their bare hands or with a towel or gloves? How long have they been piercing?
Piercing at streetfairs, markets, festivals etc not ok (piercing guns, dirty environment, low quality jewelry. And customers are too young, usually drunk and not clean) So-called guns for ear piercings have been forbidden by the Amsterdam health service. That is very good because a gun like that cannot be cleaned properly and cannot be sterilized at all. Furthermore it’s tricky for focusing and piercing cartilage with it can cause splinters or cracks in the cartilage and can traumatize the skin!
Getting your first piercing
Getting your first piercing is usually the biggest step in getting piercings. If you are really not sure if you are going to like the looks of it, buy a glitter stick-on and glue it on for a few days. You can even find rings with balls that have to be pinched together and looks like you got a piercing. In this way you`ll know whether you like it and on which spot you prefer it. It`s not too difficult to imagine yourself with it, so it`s not so much an issue if you like the looks of it but the thought of sticking a needle through your skin can be repulsive for people, depending on their own fantasy/ creative mind.. You can make yourself as scared or sick as you want, but you can also try to stay relaxed and realize it`s only a few seconds in total. Which is too short to be really painful. If you heal right and you like your body decorated with it, you`ll not be so hesitant to get another one.
Usually people have got their earlobes pierced, without realizing that you already have a piercing.. Other spots are actually not that different, the skin (tissue) varies in thickness and softness. Ears and nose have cartilage. But a piercing is always performed as quickly as possible, and will never last more than a few seconds. I would say everybody can handle that.
Choosing the kind of piercing
TRY TO KNOW WHAT YOU LIKE, SO YOU CAN CHOOSE WHAT YOU WANT. List of piercings: earlobe, cartilage, tragus, antitragus, innercartilage, orbital, transversal, industrial, bridge, eyebrow, nose, septum, monroe, lowerlip, upperlip, labret, cheek, eskimo, lipfrenum, tongue, tonguefrenum, nipple horizontal, nipple vertical, navel, outer labia, inner labia, clitoris hood, frenum, Pr. Albert, Pr. Albertina, fourchette, pubic F, pubic M, dydoe, scrotum, guiche, foreskin, ampallang, apadravya and many more I keep forgetting the name of.
You can only pierce places that will heal without too much pressure.
Sometimes a customer wants to get pierced somewhere different and unusual. Spots like neck, chest, arms, legs are not suitable to get pierced with standard jewelry but need custom piercingjewelry for this specific place. We call those surface bars (with double discs or stones) This is a special (square) piece of jewelry that fits an angle-pierced spot and doesn`t move.
Finally there are good (flat) surface bars being made that will
Heal places that were not possible before.
These come mainly from Japan where they are made flat by hand
And thats also where i have been taught to pierce these in a special way.
Because of this the piercing is perfectly deep and will not grow out
At the shop we have 1,2 and 1,6mm surface bars on which it is possible
To screw-on different ends.
We even have a connection-plate on which extra ends will fit.
Come by and we show you all!
To get this kind of piercing you will need extra consultation with the piercer.
Also microdermals (single disc/stone) are very suitable for places where skin is very tight en shallow. This is a mini version of the so-called trans-dermals that are half in the skin and half outside. This used to be a much bigger procedure but these microdermals can be done with a small 2,0 needle or 1,5 punch without stitching. Revolutionary development in the piercing history:
Or transdermal implants.
This is a small titanium plate (6x2mm) on which a
1,6mm bar is connected on which you can screw on a disc
ball, stone, spike.
It actually only is a single-point piercing, meaning that the needle goes
in and pulled out again. The plate will sit beneath the skin.
This is firm and stable and suitable for most places that were not suited
To pierce before.
Think about the wrist, arm, cheeckbone, bindi, temple, leg etc
Look at the visuals section for examples or come by to check more
Images in our books.
Sometimes a piercing influences or modifies the shape of the spot that has been pierced. For instance big, stretched earlobes change the shape of the ear, a largely stretched septum will bring the tip of your nose down and stretched nipples will make your them bigger, a stretched lip will curl your lip more..)
PREGNANCY AND PIERCINGS Nowadays many of the women who are pregnant, will be wearing a piercing. Nobody will start to worry about their earlobes or eyebrow being pierced, but a bellybutton-piercing, or maybe nipple- or genital piercing should make you think and realise some things. During pregnancy, the belly and breasts will swell up and because of this, pressure on your piercing will increase. Being pregnant can make the body react to metals- and so to the piece of jewelry that’s being worn. Pregnant bodies do not tolerate strange objects and materials well-as a defence mechanism to protect the baby
This information is about how to deal with your piercing(s) during and after pregnancy. It is advisable to clean your piercing with a mild seasalt-solution: Make a solution of a quarter of a liter of boiling water and a half a teaspoon SEASALT or BAKING SODA. More of the salt or soda works less. Put this solution in a cup and put the cup for 20-30 seconds against the piercing, so the piercing will soak in the solution. Try to move the jewelry a little while you are doing this. Rinse off with warm water. Do this 1 or 2 times a day. Salt water soaks help to stimulate air and blood circulation which facilitates healing.
PREGNANT AND PIERCED (nipple-bellybutton-genital) Piercing still healing: If you are pregnant you cannot get pierced out of precaution. It is possible that you got pierced recently when you get pregnant. You will have to stick carefully to the aftercare recommended as well as the healing time. It can take longer before it has healed because your body is busy growing a baby already. Go and see your piercer monthly to get your piercing checked. Sizes of jewelry can increase heavily: the length of a curved barbell for the bellybutton needed can start with 11mm and then change to 18mm after 30 weeks of pregnancy and can even become 22mm after 32 weeks! Womens’ pregnant bodies do not tolerate foreign objects well as it works as a defence mechanism to keep the baby safe. Sometimes it will make the piercing grow out. If this is happening go and see your piercer to get your piercing safely removed. If your body doesn’t react to the piercing at all and stays fine, you will only have to change to a bigger size of jewelry and preferably change material as well to allergy-free-bendable PTFE. The good thing about this material is that there will be no unnecessary pressure on the piercing because it’s flexible. During pregnancy your body may react to gold also.
Piercing fully healed: Make sure your piercing will stay clean by always rinsing and moving it in the shower Probably your piercing will swell up as your belly gets bigger. The size of the jewelry needed can vary widely: the length of a curved barbell for the belly button needed can start with 11mm and then change to 18mm after 30 weeks of pregnancy and can even become 22mm after 32 weeks! If this is happening, you will have to upsize the jewelry to a preferably anti-allergic plastic bendable material called PTFE. The good thing about this material is that there will be no unnecessary pressure on the piercing because its flexible. Especially after the first three months you will need a larger width of piercing jewelry-nipples will swell up more, the belly will get under more stress and pressure and labia become engorged with blood in preparation for delivery.
PIERCINGS AND DELIVERY Nipple: having a nipple piercing will not interfere with delivery and so can be worn. Belly-button: If you are still wearing your belly ring, you can keep it in during delivery also. Genital: Labial and clitoral jewelry would better be removed for delivery. The jewelry could cause damage to the baby. And it is very likely you will loose the jewelry because of tearing. If your piercing hole does look good and undamaged afterwards, the jewelry can be replaced. Keep doing seasalt soaks, at least for a week. And if you have lost the piercing you can always get re-pierced after some months.
BREASTFEEDING WITH PIERCINGS Nipple: Many women expect problems nursing with nipple piercings. A nipple has about 40 milkducts. It is possible that 2 holes will be closed off. Most of the time you will not notice anything, sometimes you will have 2 extra holes (especially if your piercing was placed far behind). Even after you have re-pierced the same nipple a few times or stretched it, and it feels like scar tissue (hard), you can still breastfeed. The body will find a way to re-route the flow. Even women who have breast implants or had breast reduction surgery are able to still breastfeed so there will be no problem having a small piercing. If you decide not to breastfeed and you are wearing your nipple piercings, you will have to soak them at least 1x a day for the coming months. This is because milk is staying inside and the ring or bar worn can be a source of bacteria by movement of the jewelry. If you think your milk ducts are blocked it is even more advisable to do seasalt-soaks and massages. Don’t put anything else on your piercing!!! Avoid wearing bras these months because of the cups and underwires cut off the ducts and may form a clog. And there can be too much pressure on the piercing as well. A nipple ring or –bar looks good but is not comfortable to feel for the newborn baby. Pressure on the baby`s palate can cause damage. U may loose a ball! So its advisable to remove the jewelry everytime before nursing. Mothermilk contains of antibacterial properties thanks to which your piercing is safe from infection, and the baby will never have any risk drinking. If you are planning to keep your nipple piercings and take them out before every nursing, you will have to keep on rinsing with seasalt 2 x daily. It may occur your nipples will get sore of taking them in and out constantly. If things get too sensitive it is advisable to take out the jewelry. And then get it re-pierced later on.
Getting it and taking care of it
Getting pierced is the best if you’re rested, nourished, healthy and relaxed. Make sure you don`t drink alcohol or use drugs the night before, because then you might bleed alot and your skin is more sensitive. Especially for piercings that swell up , they will swell up more than average if you have alcohol or other drugs in your blood. then your piercing will stay swollen for longer, which means it will take longer to heal also.
Don`t get pierced if you are not sure you really want it. Because then your mind will have to accept it first, before it starts healing. And if you don`t know whether you like it you can get too focused and troubled by it. Don`t get pierced until having consulted your doctor if you have the following complaints: diabetic, hemofilia, metalallergy, had (plastic) surgery on the desired spot and on spots where you see a swelling or any kind of deformation of the skin.
Since it only takes a few seconds, you should best concentrate on your breathing, then you relax your mind and body the best. This also makes it easiest for the piercer & yourself to do the piercing. Never take out the jewelry if you think your piercing is infected. Then both open ends will close and the dirt of the infection has nowhere to go! plus the infection can get bigger inside.. Try to see the shop or give us a call! If your piercing is still fresh and clean, you can take it out but you will not be able to put it back in. The hole will close very quickly, or it swells immediately after you take it out, and you will not be able to find the hole (tongue, lip, nipple). Usually the leftover mark of a fresh piercing is only a needlepoint-size mark/scar. When you want to take out a healed piercing, it will leave a mark depending on the size (thickness) of jewelry you are wearing. If stretched, how it has been stretched and the period of time you have had it for will influence the scar. If you massage the spot with a vitamine-E oil or calendulan-lotion afterwards for a few weeks the mark will disappear the best.
Getting more and/or stretching your piercing –
THE EARPROJECT Stretching of piercings has been performed in many cultures for thousands of years. Often most of the nicest piercing jewelry is made in larger sizes, so some piercings have to be stretched before you can actually wear the jewelry you had in mind. To stretch your piercing it has to be healed. Patience and good technique are neccessary for a succesful stretch. Patience is important because with too fast and too big stretching you can develop scartissue which is too hard to stretch any further. Furthermore if you have scartissue you can not go back to the original small size either. If you let your piercing heal well every time and stretch slowly by small steps up, you can also go back from large to small. For a stretched 5mm (=4gauge) earlobe you will be busy for a few months. Other, longer-healing piercings will take longer to stretch also. WE OFFER A SPECIAL PRICE FOR A STRETCHED EAR PROJECT. DO YOU LIKE GETTING STRETCHED EARS? RANGING FROM 5MM-50MM. This projects includes changing jewelry, stretching by us and yourself and all under supervision of the shop
Your rights as a customer (service)
After getting pierced, you can always come to the shop and show the piercing you got. If you have any questions or if you just like somebody to have a look at it, go back to the person who pierced you. Sometimes a piercing is not healing totally right and needs a larger size or a different shape of jewelry. you should be able to go back as a service. This should be done by preferrably the same piercer who did it originally and this should be for free of charge.
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At CLASSIC you can find all sorts of jewelry and accessories. Of course we sell the beautiful high end Tawapa jewelry from our sister company Dare 2 Wear. Classic involves stylish and elegant we got the most intricate gold selection you will find anywhere! This comes from New York, Mexico, India and also custom made pieces by our own design. Furthermore there is an interesting collection with old and replica tribe jewelry of other natural materials. Of course we sell basic pieces and design titanium and stainless steel.
Our view on being a bod mod studio means that we should offer different kinds of jewelry, suitable for every age. Because for some jewelry you need a piercing (also modern piercing jewelry in earlobes are more comfortable to wear and even more elegant and beautiful), we are proud to be a professional studio and at the same time try to create a tasteful scenery of overall body decoration. We travel abroad to get the nicest jewelry from the places where they originally come from. Have a look at the photos..
Sizes of jewelry: You can get almost any size of piercing jewelry. There’s a difference in the thickness, shape and length of what you need for healing and what you can wear after healing. For every person, a specific size is needed. There are no general sizes to start with, only minimum sizes of thickness and diameter, to prevent growing out or swelling from jewelry that’s too small.
Jewelry to start with: (to be worn during the whole healing time). Since July 2001 it’s been determined in Europe that there’s different materials of jewelry allowed for healed piercings and fresh piercings. This has to do with the amount of nickel present in the material. And the material should be hypoallergenic and should not be affected in any way by body liquids- and tissue. Metals need to be shiny polished and cannot be poreus to fight growing micro-organisms. Piercings should be started preferably with 6AL4V ELI F-136 implant grade titanium or 316LVM F-138 implant grade stainless steel jewelry. Or, if desired, with 18 k. Gold or Glass.
The shape and/or material is usually not the piece you had in mind. A piercing takes patience before you can actually do what you want with it (changing jewelry, playing, stretching)
Jewelry you can wear after healing: This list has a little more variety. These materials should be hypoallergenic as well and should not be affected in any way by bodyliquids- and tissue. Metals need to be shiny polished and cannot be porous. Fortunately this collection is made in more different shapes and materials. You can wear surgical steel, wood (ebony, sabowood, bloodwood, coconut etc but some woods are poisonous!), glass, horn, bone, natural stone, silicon, titanium, 14+18k. gold and PTFE.
Where to buy: If you want to change your piercing jewelry it’s always best to come back to the shop first. In this way we can have a look if it has healed properly and what kind of jewelry you can get. There’s so much available that you could easily pick something too small or too thick. If you have seen something you like to get for your piercing, ask the piercer if it is possible for you to wear. Fortunately we can get almost anything you like, so please ask if there’s something you have in mind!
Nowadays, piercing jewelry is being offered by many different businesses. Most of the non-piercingshops that do sell piercingjewelry, do not have enough knowledge of what they are selling. They offer a low-quality metal which can create an allergy to metal! Do not go to clothingstores, drugstores, fleamarkets, smartshops, beautysalons, nailstudios.. a jewelrystore without piercing usually sells gold piercings, but since they don`t pierce, the jewelry they offer is usually not suited for wearing (goldstamps, rough edges, wrong curve) Be aware of different qualities of materials. Ask for highly polished, non-toxic material. So, always try to get your jewelry in a real piercingshop, where there`s a piercer who can look and decide what you need. So you can keep your piercing as long as you like, without having problems with it.
We work with different jewellers known for their craftmenship, creativity and flexibility. This means that many things can be made, exactly the material, size and shape wanted. We are planning to buy more jewelry from all over the world, to find the nicest stuff from where it`s really been made. So that our choice of jewelry stays special. Made of high quality gold, silver, steel, wood, jade and other materials.
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Remember that your piercing is a wound and also has to be treated like one. A wound needs time, rest and cleaning to heal. A wound can get infected, so cleaning it is essential. Don`t touch if you`re not cleaning it. And don`t play with. Following are some important points concerning the cleaning of your piercing.
facial- and bodypiercing:
*Wash the piercing twice a day with a non-perfumed soap, preferrably with Satin, antimicrobial skin cleaner or with a bar of Sebamed soap.
*First wash your hands with the soap.
*Make your piercing wet until the dirt that`s dried up to the jewelry falls off or take this off with a wet q-tip. Don`t use your nails to scratch it off. If you see some dried up-dirt on your jewelry or skin, use a wet q-tip and gently remove it, without moving the jewelry.
*now put some foam of the soap on the piercing and move the jewelry GENTLY back and forth, so the soap also gets in the wound. Leave the soap in there for 20-30 seconds. Meanwhile you can gently press the skin around your piercing with a q-tip. If there`s any dirt inside, it will come out now.
*Finally rinse all of the soap away with warm water by gently moving the jewelry so the soap inside will go out.
*Then dry your skin and leave the skin around your piercing dry as it is.
DO NOT USE: sterilon, iodine, alcohol (= emergencysolutions for when you are not able to clean with fresh water for a few days) or creams ;an antibacterial soap cleans more than enough and the other products are usually too agressive for your skin and may take away good bacterias you need for healing as well.
upper- lower- side- lip, eskimo-piercing:
*OUTSIDE: First see above the instruction for facialpiercings
*INSIDE: Rinse your mouth about 5 times a day with yellow Listerine, you can add a little water. Do this in the morning after brushing your teeth, every time after you had something to eat. And rinse before you are going to bed. If you don’ awnt to use Listerine, use boiled water with half a teaspoon of seasalt. Or rinse with chlorhexidine.
*After brushing your teeth, also brush the inside of your lip. GENTLY brush around your piercing. This way, you take away all possible dirt and your piercing will heal better. Avoid chewing on gum, nails, pencils,sunglasses etc.
*don’t drink any alcohol the first few days-your piercing will be swollen already and could bleed a bit.
*Rinse your mouth about 5 times a day with yellow Listerine, you can add a little water. Do this when you get up out of bed and when you are going to bed en do this every time you had something to eat. If you don’t want to use Listerine, use boiled water with half a teaspoon of seasalt. Or rinse with chlorhexidine.
*After brushing your teeth, also brush your tongue and the inside of your lip. When you got your tongue pierced, brush the balls as well (on top and below), GENTLY brush around your piercing. With the lipfrenum, lift up your lip and brush the jewelry and skin around it carefully. Do this daily. This way, you take away all possible dirt and your piercing will heal better. Avoid chewing on gum, nails, pencils,sunglasses etc.
*don’t drink any alcohol the first few days-your piercing will be swollen already and could bleed a bit.
Alternative cleaning of all piercings (instead of cleaning with soap or at least 1x every week) and in case of an infection:
*Make a solution of a quarter of a liter of boiling water and a half a teaspoon SEASALT or BAKING SODA. More of the salt or soda works less. Put this solution in a cup and put the cup for 20-30 seconds against the piercing, so the piercing will soak in the solution.Try to move the jewelry a little while you are doing this. Rinse off with warm water. Do this 1 or 2 times a day. Salt water soaks help to stimulate air and blood circulation which facilitates healing.
*Too much cleaning is also not good, follow the points above. When you face any problems with your piercing then contact your piercer. Also don’t hesitate to come by the piercingshop.
*Never take out the jewelry if you think your piercing is infected. Infected looks red, swollen and it`s constantly covered with dried up waste. If you take out an infected piercing, Then both open ends will close and the dirt of the infection has nowhere to go but to stay there and infect the surrounded area inside.
The person being pierced should not touch the piercing nor the skin around it, or will have to wash his/her hands immediately after. Check for yourself how clean you are. Since a piercing usually takes a few weeks or longer to heal, you will have to be extra conscious about your own cross-contamination; dont touch your hair and then your piercing. Don`t touch or play with your piercing anyway, except for cleaning it, with clean hands. Dirty nails, especially long nails can easily cause an infection when touching it..
Sometimes a piercing is not healing totally right and needs a larger size or a different shape of jewelry.
service: You can always come to visit, not only to check your piercing, but also for changing, stretching and of course for another piercing!
-check daily with clean hands to make sure the balls are screwed on tight on barbells.
-make sure your bedding is clean, especially if pets get into your bed!
-a multi-vitamin mineral supplement containing zinc and vit.C help boost your healing. Take it in the morning with breakfast.
The healing period is the same as the time you have to spend on cleaning the piercing.
|earlobe/ septum/ tongue/ lipfrenum/hood/labia/pa/frenum||2-6 weeks|
|nose/ eyebrow||6-8 weeks|
|outer labia/ dydoe / guiche||2-4 months|
|upper-lower-side- lip / eskimo||2-6 months|
|nipple (both takes longer to heal)/cartilage/tragus||3-9 months|
Download the Aftercare Word document
prijzen piercings inclusief sieraad:
|euro||titanium ring||euro||titanium staafje||euro|
|oorlel||35||1,0-1,6 mm||35||1,2-1,6 mm|
|oorlel||40||2,0 mm||45||2,0 mm|
|oorlel 2 x||60||1,0-1,6 mm||60||1,0-1,6 mm|
|oorlel 2 x||70||2,0 mm||80||2,0 mm|
|oorstretchproject x2||110||3,0 mm|
|kraakbeen||45||1,0-1,6 mm||45||1,0-1,6 mm|
|kraakbeen x 2||80||80|
|forward helix x2||90||1,0-1,6 mm||90||1,0-1,6 mm|
|forward helix x3||135||1,0-1,6 mm||135||1,0-1,6 mm|
|rook/daith/snug/conch||50||1,0-1,6 mm||50||1,0-1,6 mm|
|tragus||50||1,0-1,6 mm||50||1,0-1,6 mm|
|wenkbrauw||50||1,0-1,6 mm||50||1,0-1,6 mm|
|navel||50||1,6 mm||50||1,6 mm|
|septum||50||1,6 mm||50||1,6 mm||60||retainer 1,6 mm|
|50||1,6 mm||50||1,6 mm|
|tepel horizontaal||50||2,0 mm||55||2,0 mm|
|tepel vertikaal||50||1,6 mm|
|tepel X 2||90||1,6 mm||90||1,6 mm|
|nek/nape||55 euro europees sieraad / 70 usa / 70 japans|
|surface piercing||55 euro europees sieraad / 70 usa / 70 japans|
|surface x 2||100 / 130 / 130|
|lip||50||1,6 mm||50||1,6 mm|
|lipfrenum||50||1,0-1,6 mm||50||1,0-1,6 mm|
|genitals V||75||1,6-2,0 mm||75||2,0 mm|
|genitals x2 V||140||1,6-2,0 mm||140||1,6-2,0 mm|
|genital x2 M||140||140|
|dermal punch||60 voor 2mm / 75, 3 en 4mm / 80, 5mm / 90, 7 en 8mm incl sieraad|
|beading||100 1x / 180 2x / 240 3x / 280 4x (=max per keer)|
|micro dermal||80 met schijfje / 85 met steentje|
|micro dermal x2||145 / 155|
|micro dermal x3||200 / 210||x4 = 245 / 255|
|wissel met hier gekocht sieraad||gratis|
|wissel met eigen sieraad||5|
|verwijderen MD niet van ons||10|
|oorstretch vanaf 25 voor 2 oorlellen. en oud sieraad behouden|
1012 KS, Amsterdam
Sometimes it can be busy at the shop and we'd like to take enough time for everybody. If you want to get pierced, try to arrive before 18:00 hrs, to avoid any disappointments.
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