Nov 11, 2019

Pierce Your Own Nose

Expert Q&A

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#Don't remove the piercing for too long. If you take it out for longer than a few hours, there's a chance that the hole will close up. The skin of your nostril heals very quickly, and you might have to pierce it again if the stud no longer fits. Leave your stud in for at least three months before changing it out with something else.[[Image:Pierce Your Own Nose Step 14.jpg|center]]
 
#Don't remove the piercing for too long. If you take it out for longer than a few hours, there's a chance that the hole will close up. The skin of your nostril heals very quickly, and you might have to pierce it again if the stud no longer fits. Leave your stud in for at least three months before changing it out with something else.[[Image:Pierce Your Own Nose Step 14.jpg|center]]
 
#Ask for advice. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to ask around at your local piercing parlor. Although you didn't get your piercing done there, they will probably be willing to give you advice if you ask nicely. If you have any medical concerns, don't hesitate to visit your doctor.[[Image:Pierce Your Own Nose Step 15.jpg|center]]
 
#Ask for advice. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to ask around at your local piercing parlor. Although you didn't get your piercing done there, they will probably be willing to give you advice if you ask nicely. If you have any medical concerns, don't hesitate to visit your doctor.[[Image:Pierce Your Own Nose Step 15.jpg|center]]
 
==Expert Q&A==
 
*'''Is it dangerous to pierce your own nose?'''
 
It is definitely dangerous to pierce your own nose. Piercing involves more than putting a pointy thing through a part of your body. There are a lot of health and safety concerns involved that you can't fully understand just by watching videos online. Most piercers study for months, sometimes years to understand the safest way to pierce.
 
*'''What is the correct side to pierce your nose?'''
 
There is no hidden meaning behind what side of your nose you decide to pierce, so choose whichever side you like. One thing to consider, though, is whether you favor a certain side of your face in photographs. Do you want the piercing to be visible or more disguised in photos? That answer can help you decide which side of your nose to use.
 
*'''How much does it cost to pierce your nose?'''
 
Costs vary tremendously from location to location. However, you can typically expect a price range between $25 and $50 as of 2019. Your jewelry will likely start at $50 and go up for quality studs. Jewelry that costs less is suspicious and might not meet the minimum standards for fresh piercings.
 
   
 
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