Awe, you have such a fantastic smile It's really infectious. I also like the multiple body mods/art you have, they really show off your personality. I don't think I could ever be brave enough to get anything like that, especially getting inked!
Thanks much I love them too...Im weird cuz if its a doctor or hospital I LOATHE needles but Im fine with piercing or tattooing... And who knows maybe someday you will get one? Keep researching and you never know...it depends on where you get it how much it will be uncomfortable...
Most welcome. & Naw, it's not so much the pain factor but rather that it's permanent. I don't think I could be committed enough to carry an image upon my body for my entire life.. I'm too fickle and would get tired of seeing it. That's the sort of thing only a few people can shoulder. As for piercings, I actually really wanted snake bites when I was younger but again, I think I'd get tired of them too soon, haha I always find these things endlessly interesting on other people rather than myself. They really are an interesting art form.
Well as for the snake bites there are non pierced lip rings on Amazon...so you can wear it while youre interested and then slip it off when youre bored and there wont be a hole that has to heal over...and then when you want it again you dont have to have it repierced...alot cheaper then piercings too...and as for the tattoos I use eyeliner to try one out while Im still thinking about it...that way I can wash it off if it turns out I dont like it...So you can do both and change it as you want...
That's true.. I also heard that there are magnetic ones that have come with two pieces? (A small ball for the inside and one for outside of the bottom lip..) & I think a good semi-permanant ink would be henna I've actually used it before on my hands/arms! The only downside is that you have to keep it on for hours till it dries properly and it also stinks ): But it lasts longer than liner and shorter than a tattoo, haha.
They do have magnetic ones but being paranoid like I am I prefer not to use them because there have been reports of the magnet being weak so you end up swallowing a piece...and as for the henna...It never worked well for me...couldnt get a decent sharp line and I wasnt big on the brown color...But thats just me
Oh god, I would definitely end up being one of those people who accidentally ate it :'D You can actually get a very fine line and/or intricate details with henna, you just need an experienced hand to help I actually like the natural colouring, it also varies from dark chestnut to bright orange. Depends on the mix. To each his own though!