Glow-in-the-dark tattoos have been around for a few decades. Still, they have only become popular in recent years as more people have become interested in unique and eye-catching tattoo designs. The exact…
Get Tattoos Without Risking Your Job: Here’s How
Why do many work environments prohibit tattoos? There are several reasons why some work environments prohibit tattoos. Firstly, tattoos are often associated with counter-culture and non-conformity, which may not align with the…
Quality Matters: Invest in Jewelry that Lasts
It matters if the piercing jewelry is of high quality or not. High-quality jewelry can make a significant difference in the healing process and the overall health of the piercing.
Traveling Abroad? Keep Your Piercings Safe!
Avoid potential issues with your piercings when traveling.
Next Level Body Modifications: Tongue Splitting
In modern times, tongue splitting has gained popularity among various subcultures, including the body modification community, where it is seen as a form of self-expression and individuality
Scarification: A Unique Expression of Beauty
Today, scarification is practiced by some people worldwide as a form of personal expression and body art, often drawing inspiration from traditional scarification techniques and designs.
Everything You Need to Know About Stretcher Piercings.
Stretcher piercings, or gauging or stretching piercings, are a type of body modification that involves gradually increasing the size of a piercing hole to accommodate larger jewelry.
Make a Statement with Body Jewelry for Special Occasions
When it comes to body jewelry for a formal event, it’s essential to remember the dress code and the overall tone of the event. Generally, formal occasions call for more subtle and elegant jewelry choices.
Snakebites: A Piercing Trend Through the 2000s
Snakebite piercings are a type of lip piercing where two symmetrical piercings are placed on either side of the lower lip, mimicking the appearance of snake fangs. This type of piercing is a popular choice among those who are into the emo or punk subcultures.
Respectful Festival Fashion: Avoid the Bindi
The latest styles will always be in. It’s okay if one day you’re into one thing and the next you’re into something else. In the same way that there is nothing inherently wrong with the trends that individuals create, there is nothing wrong with fashion. However, a line must be drawn between acceptable and unacceptable in style, and crossing that line requires sensitivity to other people’s histories, customs, and beliefs.