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    I've previously had my conch done to a 2g before. I took it out and let it heal up. Wellll, I decided that I wanted to get it done again, but go bigger. So I went with 0g. Healing went a lot better this time around. Here is the video link!



    Can't wait for them to heal, so I can get different jewelry in.

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    Wow...I felt your pain!! A brave guy having both ears done...looking forward to seeing how it heals...just wondering tho, is it ok to use the same cutter on each ear?
    Labret, Nostril, 6 x Lobes, 3 x Helix (2 X stretching), Tragus, Daith & Inner Conch
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    This may be a bizarre question, but have you got any pictures of one of them from the back? I'm interested in getting a conch punch but read somewhere the backs of them look unattractive -- only my Google-fu has failed me and I can't find one anywhere on the internet!
    “With some effort, I recognised the underlying design, which was based on a very old pattern, the briar rose. Somehow Master Tielhard had kept the dramatic vigor of the archaic lines, yet infused them with a subtlety that spoke at once of the vine, the bond and the lash. The thorny lines were stark black, accented in only a few choice hollows with a teardrop of scarlet”


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    Wow. That looks SO painful >_< ...makes me cringe just imagining it! Hope it all heals up well
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    The same dermal punch.....? O.o
    25mm Lobe x2, 10mm Helix, 8mm Septum, 8mm Conch, 4mm Conch
    4mm Tragus, 3.2mm Tragus, 2.4mm Scaffold, 2.4mm Lip x5, 2.4mm Vertical Nipple, 2mm Cheeks
    1.6mm Nostrils, Helix, Daith, Bridge, Navel, Rook, Snug



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    If you read the last comment on my conch thread.... I change my mind completely! That looked like far too much for little old me to handle :P well done though so brave!
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    ​R: Industrial|Lobes x2|Tragus|Conch Orbital

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    Next: 3rd HCH.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Carlu View Post
    The same dermal punch.....? O.o
    Erm this....do they reuse needles too? :|
    Piercings: 6 lobes, 2 12mm stretched lobes, 4 helices, 3 tragus, daith, 2 nostril, 2.4mm VCH, 2.4mm daith
    Modifications: 5mm septum punch,
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    Retired Piercings: 3 nipple, tongue, 4 philtrum, 4 eyebrow, 2 outer labia, VCH, 1 lobe, rook, nostril, 3 nape MDs, 2 wrist MDs, septum, 3 upper conch, conch, 5 helices
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    Yikes that looks painful but cool.

    Not sure about the punch reuse though that seems kinda gross and unhygenic
    Current: 1 x lobe L, 1x Helix L and 1x Conch L &amp; 1x lobe R
    Tattoo's: 1 rose on chest &amp; 1 Tree on left forearm

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    Conch orbital, Anti Tragus, daith, Rook R

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    Reusing needles and punches on one person is not unhygenic, but using them too many times makes them dull, so it may be okay to reuse them once or more, or none. It really depends on the quality/density of the needle/punch. Most diabetics reuse their needles, some for a week or more, and experience no consequences, and their needles are quite brittle.
    Have (16):
    Right ear: 1st 2g, 2nd 14g, tragus 16g, conch 14g, 2 helices 16g
    Left ear: 1st 0g, tragus
    16g
    Snakebites 14g
    Philtrum 16g
    Cheeks
    14g
    2x diagonal nipple 14g
    Navel 14g

    Retired:
    3 lobe piercings
    Left helix

    Considering (for now): 1st lobes at 1/2", more helices,
    tongue, triangle or VCH, MDs

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    yeah I don't see how it would be 'unhygienic', I would have used two tbh, but I don't think it's a big deal.
    Lovely punches, love the jewelry too. I really wanted mine punched, but I don't have the guts right now
    And pst, but you're cute

    26mm both lobes, 6mm second lobes, 6mm left inner conch, 8mm septum, 2.4mm inner labia, 1.6mm nipples, 1.2mm nostril
    18x18cm mandala scarification on thigh

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