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Corset Piercing Hottest Trend – Pricked Skin Pulled Close with Lace

Submitted by on May 10, 2011 – 12:05 amNo Comment

Disregard tattooing, navel piercing & Lady Gaga-styled silicone implant – the weirdest fad in body transformation is ‘corset piercing’ wherein metallic rings are punctured inside the skin & held together using ribbons for proffering the look of corsets.

The ‘embellishment’ that could bore a cool three hundred pounds off your wallet is applicable to well, any part of the body where there’s skin looseness to an extent that it could be pinched for threading a needle via it. Popularly chosen locations are ribs, throat & back.

However, many cosmetic surgeons are cautioning about the harms of this uncanny trend that has literally swept across the United Kingdom, stating that the scars forming as a result of this method could be utterly terrible.

Many interested parties have suffered hour-long pains for achieving that corset effect however lasting merely some weeks of wearing after which they would just be growing out & leave scarring in that spot.

It seems to be the most-recent body-modifying trend that has folks being through an awful lot of ordeal for simply standing out from the ‘masses’.

Presently, branding, scarring & also silicone implant placed beneath the skin is achievable for creating that bump & horn effect. Unconventional Pop Diva Lady GaGa is one shinning live example of one who’s ‘been-there-done-that’ & reportedly sporting wacky flesh-colour horns on her facial area during her TV interview just some months back.

Piercing specialists state that corset piercing has grown in popularity with increasing numbers of people ready to bravely experience the pains for looking out-of-the-ordinary.

Though plastic surgeons are aghast at this trend warning of the issues it could be causing. Any form of piercings, superficially or otherwise produce scars & every individual would be scarring in a different manner. In some people, the scars might be minor while in others it could become problematic when tissue overgrowth occurs & one ends up with reddish lasting lumps. In several situations this could be totally awful.

The images of corset piercing being carried out are rather graphic with rows of rings that are bleeding & develop infection. There’s also a danger of the rings lugging the skin & even getting stuck in something – ‘Ouch’.

Guess what, there are girls who have done the frontal part of their chest done with corset piercing – with that part being overly susceptible to scarring – this batch of women sure are inviting trouble for themselves.

Those working in these Piercing Studios feel that corset piercing isn’t risky as they are surface-piercing done by pinching the skin followed by pushing the needle with hands & not going deeper. These open wounds forming as a result are to be cleansed for preventing infections- similar to other piercing. Simply lasting for 3-4 weeks & thereafter simply growing out these are leaving hardly any reddish scar formations.

The mainstream crowd thronging for such weirdness personified are the students & those into fetish & pain while others are getting this done since they want to appear attractive for special occasions.

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