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Professional piercer and New Age Body Piercing Salon owner Noel Garcia shows different kinds of body jewelry, explains how ...
to tell the difference between stretch and piercing pieces, and what to select if you're a first time client.
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The Difference between Stretch and Piercing Jewelry
On behalf of TVLesson.com, this is Noel Garcia from New Age Piercing.
In this clip, we’re going to show you the difference between getting pierce and that between getting stretch for your piercing. Actually stretching is not a piercing unless you’ve been pierced already. Okay, if you haven’t been pierced surely you want to start at eight-gauge or 10-gauge. Jewelry had to be packed and sterile like we show earlier for navel and other kinds of stuff.
But when stretching your ears and you look right here, still it’s very good to start with. Glass pieces are good to start with and some stone of pieces. We don’t have to autoclave the stuff. It just needs to be clean when we get in their back because we’re not breaking your skin. We’re not making any blood. We’re not doing anything that is actually going to be taking up long time to heal. That’s as long as you go step by step. It's said when you go from two gauge to zero gauge that’s a very crucial stage. That jump is pretty big and it always kind of a pain to healing and that’s when skin breaks. For that, always keep it clean. Steel glass only.
Never start your stretchings or try to get pierce to start with wood pieces, bone pieces or anything to do like this collection right here from Thailand which is actually a zebra kind of thing, very beautiful but you don’t want to start with the stuff as your list behind or residue. That’s why we do not have silver in body piercing. Zebra had been very dirty. How much have you clean it? It collects bacteria a lot. So if you push silver to start on your piercing then you might find somewhere which we don’t have in the business. Actually that stuff is going to leave the residue behind and I’ve seen a lot in nose piercing chipped jewelry. It stays black around it because the residue from the silver is causing other stuff and that can cause piercing the healing, infections and problems. Keep it solid, steel, glass and that’s about it, beautiful stuff but you don’t want to this to start with.
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