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More of Austen Marie With Her Lovely Green Hair & Nose Ring/Hoop
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More of Austen Marie With Her Lovely Green Hair & Nose Ring/Hoop

austenmarie:

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My nose ring is probably my favourite piece of jewellery, I adore it.

My nose ring is probably my favourite piece of jewellery, I adore it.

ive got all 3 

christian-is-rad-as-heck asked:
If I were to get my nose pierced with a straight stud bar (I'm not sure of the actual term for it) once it's done healing would I be able to change it to a L shaped stud or are those two completely different piercings?

I don’t see why not, but to be sure, I would suggest submitting this question to the Piercing By AJ’s ask box. AJ wrote the vast majority of the FYNR FAQ section, and he’s a professional piercer with APP certification.

dream-of-days-i-wasnt-all-alone asked:
I want a hoop that is tiny and hugs my nose. What kind should I get?

Well, you said you want it to hug your nose, so you’re going to want to discuss diameter size with a professional piercer. That piercer can also tell you which hoops would work best for you personally. I don’t know if you have any metal allergies or a particular color preference, but that’s something else a piercer could help you out with.

I don’t want to make any specific suggestions for you, as I’m nowhere near as credible as a professional piercer would be. 

Austen Marie With Green Hair, Pink Lipstick/Lip Gloss & A Nose Ring/Hoop (& A Game Control Necklace?)
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Super talented artist here on Tumblr that you might want to follow. :)

Austen Marie With Green Hair, Pink Lipstick/Lip Gloss & A Nose Ring/Hoop (& A Game Control Necklace?)

austenmarie:

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Super talented artist here on Tumblr that you might want to follow. :)

Anonymous asked:
Is there any way we can see what blogs the submitted photos came from? :)

If you’re looking at the posts on your dashboard, usually you can either click the smaller profile photo that appears to the top left of a post or click their name in the “NAME submitted to fyeahnoserings” that appears at the top of every post on the dashboard. If you’re looking at a post on the blog, you can also click on the very last note that also says ”NAME submitted to fyeahnoserings”. Of course, it’s easier to do this from the dashboard, especially when there are a lot of notes.

But if someone submits anonymously and doesn’t provide a link to their blog, then you’re out of luck.

Tis my face

Tis my face

silviadiazz asked:
About 3 days ago I got my nose pierced. I've had it done twice with the L shaped ones, which I prefer since it's less likely to come out. This go around I got a straight one, while I was cleaning it tonight; it came out. I simply cleaned it and put it back through. Do you think it would be wise to go to the piercer and maybe try to get an L shaped one again? I know you're not supposed to change it that early, but I really don't want it to easily come out, and I love having it. Thoughts?

Call the piercing place first and tell them your situation. (Calling first saves you a car trip and gas if they say no.) They might say yes and go ahead and change it, but you won’t know unless you ask.

follow me: witchchrist

follow me: witchchrist

Spur of the Moment Septum Piercing

Hey you!

Here I answer frequently asked questions on my nose piercing, and share my experience.

So, I you’re considering getting your nose pierced you’ve come to the right place! This is based on my personal experience.

Feel free to message me and ask questions on tumblr too!

(I don’t bite cx )

Thanks for watching!

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EDITOR’S NOTES: I strongly echo what she said about NOT piercing yourself. You risk injury and infection if you do it yourself. So please get a professional piercer to do it. If you’re worried about the cost, you can save up for it, or go on a day when they have a discount on nose piercings. (Yes, you can get a discount on a nose piercing at a reputable place.)

Secondly, the “invisible” piece of jewelry she is talking about is a clear glass nose retainer. Ask a professional piercer about it.

Lastly, when cleaning your piercing, don’t bother with the sea salt soaks (or any salt soaks for that matter). Saline solution (also known as Saline Wound Wash) is best, because it is more sterile than a sea salt soak. (The Piercings By AJ blog has more information about saline solution versus sea salt soaks. [AJ is a professional piercer with an APP license.]) Saline solution/wound wash can be found in the first aid section of most stores. right next to the bandaids and whatnot. It shouldn’t be more than $6 or $7 per bottle (and often it’s less than that). Grab that and some q-tips to clean your nose.

:)

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