Genital and Nipple Piercings for Beginners
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Genital and nipple piercings are available at New Flower Studio for everyone 18 years old and older with suitable anatomy. If you have a specific piercer you would like to be pierced by you’ll need to contact them directly. Also, we have guest piercers from around the world visit and pierce with us on special occasions. You should call in advance and discuss your piercing interests with the piercer on staff. Not every piercer offers every piercing. Nipple piercings are very common, but genital piercings are more advanced and some piercers won’t have much experience with certain ones.
Furthermore, each individual’s anatomy determines what a piercer can or can’t offer. This is especially important with genital and nipple piercings. When you visit us, expect to have a consultation. We’ll look at you and determine if we can do the piercing you’re interested in. It also allows us to help you select jewelry. Like buying shoes, body jewelry is available in different materials, sizes, and styles. We’ll need to get you started with jewelry that will get you through at least the first weeks of healing. We’ll also discuss jewelry options for long-term wear.
It’s not uncommon for these types of piercings to be someone’s first (or only) professional piercings. People interested in genital and nipple piercings are often times older than most other piercing clients. If this describes you, than you probably can’t identify with the young adult with facial piercings and some of the many ear piercings we do. However, you should be proud to know that the origins of modern piercing started with the intimate piercings. Many people you interact with have genital and nipple piercings that you don’t know about! Your coworkers, boss, bank teller, flight attendant, and teacher may all have piercings you can’t see. We pierce many different people. Once you’ve been pierced, you’ll soon know if it’s right for you. A piercing can always be removed. Many people have just a single piercing and wear it for many years. Others however, may wear multiple genital piercings.
Genital and Nipple Piercings for Experienced Clients
For many people body piercing is a simple fashion statement. They’re just enhancing their personal style. These clients may only get pierced a couple times a year and change jewelry with some regularity. They appreciate having jewelry options and changing things up once in a while. Once they’ve been pierced a few times they may really start to understand how easy it is and might consider genital and nipple piercings as a natural progression. They’ve come to understand being pierced isn’t so frightening and the intimate piercings aren’t significantly different than the nostril, ear, and navel piercings they may already have.
For others, piercing is like a hobby. These clients are very familiar with the popular jewelry designers, studios, and piercers around the world. We think of them as piercing collectors. They’ve spent many years being pierced, often times seeking out opportunities to be pierced by specific piercers they admire and at studios they’ve always wanted to visit. It’s similar to the way a someone might wish to be tattooed by respected tattooers known for their talent. If you’re in this category you can see genital and nipple piercings as the next stage in the evolution of your body art. As someone starts the journey of collecting piercings, and tattoos, they’re really collecting experiences. Many clients start off simple with basic ear piercings. In time, maybe over many years, the number of someone’s piercings grows, and the piercings themselves become more advanced. Genital and nipple piercings is where this path often leads. This is the ultimate appreciation for what piercing has to offer us.
Genital and Nipple Piercings: What Now?
If you’ve read this far you must be interested in these piercings. Some clients are looking for functional piercings while some just want decoration. Only you know what you want from a piercing experience and we can help you through what may be unfamiliar territory. Look through our portfolios, come and see us in person, and let us talk about your vision.
Read about piercing history here. Learn more about piercing safety here.