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    Default Small ear lobes, can i stretch?

    I have realli small like almost non existant ear lobes, and i was wondering if i get em pierced can i stretch em so tht my ear lobes look bigger (not tht i mind having small earlobes gud excuse for having massive hair or would this thin the skin too much?

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    i'd go and see your piercer.

    or putting a picture up on the forum would of helped.

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    My camera is away at the moment, and trying to scan my ears was at best a lame attempt.. maybe ill repost when i get ma camera back.

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    Well I have small, attached ear lobes (as opposed to the dangly ones) and I have stretched mine fine so far. Although maybe yours are smaller so i dont know lol.

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    I have ear lobes that are a grand total of 6.5cm in length, which is abnormally tiny for earlobes!! I stretched mine once to 6mm and once to 8mm with no problems, though then again my ears are quite fleshy!

    As people have said a piccy may help, shall endevour to be for more use when I've seen one!!
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    well that could be a good thing your streches might look huge! cool !!!!!! :lol:


    Lobes 22mm
    Second lobes 6mm
    Third lobes 1.6mm
    1 Auricle
    1 Pinna
    1 Vertical helix
    Right conch
    Snakebites
    Tongue 3.2mm
    Septum 1.6mm

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    Quote Originally Posted by rebekah
    well that could be a good thing your streches might look huge! cool !!!!!! :lol:
    Mine I could never have justified bigger than 8mm -partly coz I knew that there was a chance I was going to have to shrink back down (which I have had to :cry: )

    And even at 6mm the holes were a 10% of my total ear length -didn't look any larger than they were but comparatively they were -if that makes any sense :P
    Never forget where you came from,
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    gold and silver velvet straight jacket featuring tiny butterfly wings up the sleeves and a lovely big pair of wings on the back too... designed exclusively by Pagan Debbie

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