Hello im Lynniece ..and I just gotten my hood pierced today
I already done research and already knew what to expect and any risks involve so I didn't have many question for the piercer (pretty sure he was happy about that) anywho...I already knew the guy since he did my belly button so I was already comfrontable BUT I WAS SOOO NERVOUS ..and I did have a long waiting time (I was a walk-in and they were busy)
and I was contemplating walking out and changing my mind..BUT IM HAPPY I DIDNT DO THAT...Ive wanted the vch piercing for years.
After having my piercing done a few months back now, I wanted to write up my experience. Before having my vch I had only ever had my ears pierced, I have always like the idea of having piercings but being a primary school teacher i am a bit restricted to what I can get pierced, so the vch is perfect as only I know about it . If I'm honest I don't know which made me decide to go get it done as I had gone 31 years without getting any piercings other than in my ears, so It was a little daunting just the thought of having a any piercing, so everyone's experiences were really helpful.
I started with one VCH, which I decided sat too low, so I added another to sit above it.
Unfortunately one day fairly early on in the healing process, it fell out, and being only new it had closed before I could get to it.
I loved having one "functional" and one "ornamental" and definitely have plans to repierce the "functional" one again.
As far as the actual piercing experience goes, I have to say it's quite a curious piercing because the pain is very intense during the piercing, and as soon as the needle is through you feel nothing. I touched it straight after and felt no pain.
A piercing that I never thought I would get was done approximately 5 days ago.Leading up to the appointment I was pretty nervous and on edge. It was an interesting experience to say the least. Being spread eagle in a room with a girl you have never met before.. Sounds like a plot to a basic porno. The pain lasted for a few seconds and all was well. The woman who pierced me was awesome through the whole process and I could not be happier!I was happy I had my amazing boyfriend with me through it too. He got his PA right after I was done.
***PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS EXPERIENCE IS WRITTEN BY CKRAZYP'S WIFE***
I'm not sure why I decided to get pierced, to be honest. Partly because I like the idea of having something secret about me. Partly because I knew my husband would like it and I like to do things that make him happy. And partly because I wasn't sure if I'd go through with it in the first place, so the other two reasons were pretty much just hypothetical anyway.
Husband had his deal with Steve Haworth the night before.
I am SO proud that this is my first post...
I was looking for something different to do for my 45th birthday this year (Apr 21) and I figured that I'd do something to remind myself of my new resolve, which is to live and not just 'exist'. So, I looked into a piercing. I did as much research as I could and decided to quit being a 'chicken' and just do it...
Last night, I went to Insight Studios in Chicago and saw Bob Jones about an hour before closing. My wait was about 35 minutes as the shop was busy for 7pm on a Sunday evening.
What do you Think? I think its beautiful.. 14 k gold and diamonds.. So Pretty i just wanna stare at it all the time. I had an awesome Piercer at Primal Decor.. Jennifer.. shes hott too and i had a good time with her doing my Hood. The pain was like an "o shit" moment but minimal.. my leg did involuntarily jerk.. and it was a shock but over a few seconds later. I absolutely love it and am very happy with the Placement.. can't wait to try it out, Or i shouldnt have tried it out. Lol I just couldn't help myself.. anyway what you think?
After years of wanting my Hood pierced, I finally did it yesterday!! I was so nervous but it was nothing but a quick pinch and it looks so pretty!! My only problem now is I didn't tighten my ball enough and it fell it the toilet!! Yikes!! So I now I must wait for the shop to open up...