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    Default Black and White Stretching Tapers - Sizes up to 30mm!



    This black acrylic stretching taper is now available in sizes from 3mm, all the way up to 30mm!

    For the more extreme stretched piercings, these stretching tapers are definitely not for the discreet.

    Larger gauge piercings are stretched gradually to a larger size, one size at a time with a minimum of about 3-4 weeks in between each stretch upwards.

    To use the stretching taper, you will need to lubricate it (substances such as Savlon, Liquid Soap, Vitamin-E oil are recommended) and push it slowly through your piercing.

    Once you have stretched up, these stretching tapers can be left in your stretched piercing and worn as jewellery, making the whole process easy and fuss-free!



    This white acrylic stretching taper is now available in sizes from 3mm, all the way up to 24mm!

    This PMMA stretching taper has excellent biocompatibility and a very smooth surface. This means it slides easily into your ear and won’t irritate the piercing, perfect for slow stretching.

    Use this PMMA taper to stretch your ears gradually and get a great look once you have got your desired size. Comes with two O rings.

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    "Once you have stretched up, these stretching tapers can be left in your stretched piercing and worn as jewellery, making the whole process easy and fuss-free!"

    didnt think you were supposed to....:/
    Emzii

    current:
    lobes x 2 each (1 x 4mm)
    tongue
    Navel
    Outer Conch
    Septum

    retired:
    scaffold
    8mm lobe
    sternum md
    left labret
    navel
    stomach surface x2
    Nostril x2
    right labret

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    Why would you even need a taper at 20-30mm

    Current piercings
    22mm lobes | 6mm conch

    Current tattoos
    Indian inspired dotwork side piece (14/08/2013)
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    Snakebites | Tongue web | Scaffold | Medusa | Hand Web | Smiley | Nape | Tragus | Vertical tragus | Navel | Chest MD | 8 lobes | Tongue | Nipples

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    Senior Member Emzyminx's Avatar
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    good question :/
    Emzii

    current:
    lobes x 2 each (1 x 4mm)
    tongue
    Navel
    Outer Conch
    Septum

    retired:
    scaffold
    8mm lobe
    sternum md
    left labret
    navel
    stomach surface x2
    Nostril x2
    right labret

    tattoos:
    several! ask me..



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    i'm guna say thank god lol i like to use taper's as i allways were really lite plugs/tunnels
    THE NAME'S OLLIE
    Has..... _____________Exterme ish mods
    septum 4mm_________Frenectomy
    lip centre (3mm)
    lip both sides(1.6)
    both ears at 30mm
    Bridge (1.6)

    Medusa (1.6)
    P.A (2.4mm)
    Both nipples(1.6)

    Quote Originally Posted by surreel View Post
    Ollie, it's a proven fact that any woman worth having loves a mohawk.

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    If they wern't supposed to be worn as jewellery, they'd only go up one size at a time. It's just that some poepl don't like to leave them in cause they think that the weight will pull it about & prolong the healing of the strech, which it may well do.

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