Nose Piercing

Pain Rating: 5 out of 10

Nose piercings are a favourite and a long standing classic! They are the perfect addition to anyone and add a little sparkle! 

We pierce nostrils with a nose screw (it looks like a stud, but with a twisty bit on the inside). If you’d like a ring in it, this can be changed once your piercing is healed! Be sure to let your piercer know if you intend on wearing a ring or stud as this will affect the placement slightly.

Noses can heal up very quickly so it is advised if you lose your jewellery please come back to your piercer and have it refitted as soon as possible! 

Jewellery size: 16g
Healing Time: 2-3 months

Septum Piercing

Pain Rating: 4 out of 10

Once a taboo piercing, the septum piercing is now a must have! This piercing is located in the little piece of tissue that sits between your nostrils. 

An in person consultation is best to start with for septum piercings as you may not have the anatomy for it to sit in a good position. Things such as a deviated septum may affect your septum piercing, please always check with your piercer. 

 A horseshoe ring will be fitted in your new septum piercing. You can downsize your jewellery when healed if you want a more understated look. A segment ring is the perfect jewellery for this!

Jewellery Size: 8 mm/ 16g

Healing time: 2-3 months

Eyebrow Piercing

Pain Rating: 3 out of 10

Eyebrow piercings are a popular choice for those looking to add some edge to their look. Hugely popular in the 90s, this piercing has evolved to be pierced anywhere on the brow (not limited to the tail only)

An eyebrow piercing will be fit with a curved barbell using titanium.

Symmetrical middle placements have gained a lot more popularity. If you’re not sure on the placement for you make sure you check with your piercer, eyebrow piercings are great for facial framing.

Jewellery size: 8 mm/16g
Healing Time: 2-3 months

Tongue Piercing

Pain Rating: 5 out of 10

Tongue piercings come in various forms- the most  traditional form is a vertical piercing in the centre of the tongue. A snake eyes piercing is a horizontal one across the width of the tongue.

It is important to do your research before getting either of these piercings as they do come with some complications and things to watch out for. As the piercing is in the mouth, it can affect the hygiene of the mouth and the safety of teeth and gums. Anatomy also must be checked by your piercer before getting this done to ensure it is done safely.



Jewellery Size: 14 mm/ 14g (traditional piercing)

Healing time: 2-3 months

Facial Piercings FAQs

Can I wear makeup if I got a facial piercing?

You can wear makeup, but avoid the area where your new piercing is. Your makeup can have bacteria in it and if it does, there is a risk of infection. 

What is the bump next to my nose ring?

Don't worry, these bumps are not usually a keloid scar. They are quite common and are usually dde to irritation. It's best to get in touch to be sure.

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