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Body Piercing Tips & Aftercare : Hide Your Piercing

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Hiding a piercing requires either inserting a pre-made plastic retainer or cutting PTFE plastic for a custom fit. Conceal a body piercing, making sure the retainer is packaged and sterilized, with tips from a licensed piercer in this free video on body modification. Expert: Tristan McCauley Contact: Bio: Tristan McCauley has been piercing for two years after a 9-month apprenticeship under Brian Price, a 12-year veteran in the craft. Filmmaker: Reel Media LLC

25 responses to “Body Piercing Tips & Aftercare : Hide Your Piercing”

  1. mrsballard1 says:

    how long do it take to heal when you first get it…………

  2. S3xiimama1994 says:

    heyy tristan. i wanted to get my tongue pierced and since you know so much about piercings and risks and everything could you pierce my tongue for me.. i live in the fort lauderdale, fl region.

  3. taylorsacracker says:

    It looks really noticeable….

  4. Mikeisonfire14 says:

    @EmpyreBandit LMAO

  5. OliRancidTen says:

    i can still see it, its right there

  6. spalding619 says:

    @TheStr8FreshKid because school doesnt allow any piercings 🙁

  7. TheStr8FreshKid says:

    @spalding619 why school..

  8. Rainbow3001 says:

    @emolvr1 she did.??

  9. EmpyreBandit says:

    damn well freaking chewbacca over here doesn’t need a clear piercing his beard covers it….

  10. TheBookCopier says:

    @shms58 yeah

  11. TheBookCopier says:

    @spalding619 no. u have to wait 3 weeks. sucks….i know

  12. spikey6100 says:

    that guy looks totaly retarded

  13. shms58 says:

    will these work for regular earr piercings?

  14. YourMicrophone says:

    You’re welcome. Anytime. (:

  15. ninjafacelex says:

    @mclovin300225 dont show your stomach?

  16. spalding619 says:

    Some interesting points there, ill have to give this a bit of a rethink cause i have no idea how im going to hide it for two weeks :P. Thanks for your help anyway man appreciate it 🙂

  17. YourMicrophone says:

    Mmh, perhaps. But the ring has to be almost invisble. The long hair is a good thing. But remember that you have to let it heal no matter what! And the ring you get in at first is in most cases incredibly big. And you have that in for about two weeks. After that it has pretty much healed. So, perhaps it could work if you find a VERY unnoticeable ring. But how will you hide it the first two weeks?

  18. spalding619 says:

    Hmm, but the thing is i have fairly longish hair that covers my eyebrows most of the time – if i could get my hands on a fairly unnoticeable ring do you think there is any chance it could work?

  19. YourMicrophone says:

    No, you can’t. That will cause an infection. And besides, when you have a piercing in your face, it’s much harder to hide. I’m convinced that people will be able to see it anyway.

  20. spalding619 says:

    hey i want to get my eyebrow pierced but i need it to be as invisible as possible for a.) school, b.) work and c.) my mother. i am considering getting a plastic retainer put in, but can you get them put in straight away?

  21. MrEmoDrummer says:

    ok, hopefully ill get to try it some time, and i just got a blowout too. so i just took my taper out and im waiting till it closes so i can repierce and start streaching again.

  22. kingofthechode says:

    its not the best but its worked for me. my 25mm is good but my 24mm is red constantly and i have a bit of a blowout but silicone is ok if you dont stretch too quickly

  23. MrEmoDrummer says:

    yeah, also is silicone good for your ears, cause i heard it gets it infected real easy.

  24. kingofthechode says:

    fair enough dude but it can be bad on your ears i was just saying. its definately messed up when you have the taper in at 25mm or something ive used silicone since 16mm

  25. MrEmoDrummer says:

    yes, i know but if your poor and cant affort to buy plugs or a tunnel you have to do this. plus im only at 8g so its pretty small.

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