Monday August 10th, 2009 @ 2:29 PM
Filed under: Eyebrow/Bridge
Two years ago I got my bridge pierced, I think it was fated to reject eventually. It was crooked from the start but I still loved it, had it professionally done at a studio in Kansas City.
Would microdermals work in the bridge area so that I could get the same effect as a bridge piercing but less chance of rejection? Would giving the bridge piercing a second try when the scar tissue settles down be a better option? Do you know of anyone in Kansas City who even does microdermals?
I’m not familiar with piercers in Kansas City but I’m sure someone here could make suggestions.
I wouldn’t put anchors in a bridge piercing placement. The way the bridge of the nose is shaped and the way surface anchors need to be positioned would make the final result look pretty wonky in my opinion.
Your best bet would be to seek out a piercer who can do a straight bridge piercing with appropriate jewely (I do these piercings at 12g+ with straight barbells) and try it again.
Unfortunately, depending on the anatomy, these piercings are prone to migrating throughout their life and looking a bit crooked.
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