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advice more carefully to first time piercing clients, and should hesitate to give you exactly what you ask for.
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How to Select a Piercer
In behalf of TVLesson.com, this is Noel Garcia from New Age Piercing.
Let us talk a little about selecting a piercer or a piercing studio of your liking. Always be aware of the surrounding of the piercing studio. How clean it is and how your piercer talks to you. Make sure a piercer is never slacking when he is talking to you. He is paying attention and he is answering all your questions.
If a piercer agrees with you too many times of what you are going to do piercing about type of jewelry, usually a piercer should know the right jewelry to use for each piercing. In some places for the money would just do whatever you want by putting a couple of jewelry you like acrylic, stuff or stones to start piercing for the first time and that is incorrect. That’s how you collect bacteria, germ and infections when, those types of jewelry I used for the first time.
So always try to see, look at portfolio or the work and how clean and always in a CD what town you're in if you type on your computer the area you went. Type body piercing and see what comes up. See the comments, the reputation, see who they are, stay tune with the people but always be happy where you're going and where you are. Look at their work. Look how clean. Make sure always everything is pack and stowed whenever a piercer is going to do your piercing. Tell him that you want to see the sterile area or you want to see the package that you are about to get pierced at the present moment. And always be sure of what you want to get and keep talking and be secure on what you want to do.
On behalf of TVLesson.com, thank you for watching.