The difference between surface piercing and microdermal ancohoring is a total diffference. Surface piercings are flat on the skin with 2 holes with a barbell being used and microdermal ancohoring is placing a single piece of jewerly under the skin.
Tongue splitting is a part of Hatha and Kumbhaka yoga practice. Yogis split their tongue and lengthen it to the point of turning it back to the inside of the mouth to reach the epiglottis. This is for the purpose of breathing exercises, purportedly to seal the body’s energy leaks and being abl...
Snake eyes piercing is a special type of body piercing that looks gorgeous. This piercing is performed in the tongue. In this sort of piercing, the tip of the tongue is punctured horizontally and a barbell is placed there. The ends of the barbell represent eyes of snake and prove the significance of...
If you have a navel piercing, you may have experienced pain in the piercing. This painful experience is usually due to infected piercing. If you feel severe pain on some occasions like during cold or flu, or while washing clothes, you may be a victim of infected navel piercing. With an infected nave...
As the body piercing custom was practiced as a trend of beautification, the origin of it must be ancient. It is a controversial issue that where the custom was actually originated and people of which community first started to do it. References of piercing have been found from different part of the ...
Skin is the biggest part in a human body- many people like to express themselves by decorating their body with body modifications like tattoos. The aspects of such practices like their using, variety, symbolism and so on have an enriched past.
The earliest tattoo was found on Otzi, th...
Hahaha!! this is a great job done, thank you very much Natalia. i will also be happy to share something with you-
"An 85-year old man is having his annual checkup. The Doctor asks him how he is feeling.
"I've got an eighteen-year old bride who's pregnant with my child. What do you think about that?"
The Doctor considers this for a moment, and then says, "Well, let me tell you a story. I know of a guy who's an avid hunter. He never misses a season.
But one day he's in a bit of a hurry and he accidentally grabs his umbrella instead of his gun.
So he's walking in the woods near a creek and suddenly spots a beaver in some brush in front of him! He raises up his umbrella, points it at the beaver and squeezed the handle. BAM !
The beaver drops dead in front of him.
"That's impossible!", says the old man in disbelief, "Someone else must have shot that beaver."
The Doctor says, "My point exactly." "
I am very much curious to know about the origin of body piercing and tattoos, i have searched for this topic on several magazines, internet websites, books and so on. I have learnt many things that are related to piercing and its history by doing so. I come to know that the piercing custom was being practiced by both Indians and Americans and also by Africans from the ancient time. But I have not found any reference that which community or country first used it. If anyone have any reference regerding this issue, please share your knowledge with us.
This post was edited by adam simpson at January 17, 2012 2:01:13 AM EST
I have heard it from several people that toungue piercing is the most risky among all body piercing, is it true? it seems that tongue piercing should take longer time to be healed than others as the place remains wet, how long does it generally take? and what risks can be occured during a tongue piercing?