Due to the lack of creativity I’ve been suffering lately, I decided to screw around with my lightsaber.
- At the counter:
Don’t handle your piercings (even if they are healed) as you may spread bacteria to the studio’s common areas thereby endangering both staff and fellow patrons.
Bring worn jewelry in a baggie or other sealed container.
Never place worn jewelry on the counter or display.
- In the restroom:
Don’t handle your piercings (see above).
It is never appropriate to change your jewelry in the restroom or other locations in the studio.
If you want your jewelry changed at the studio, it should be done by one of the piercers, in the piercing room.
- In the piercing room:
Allow your piercer to direct you to an area where personal belongings may be placed BEFORE setting anything down.
Camera flashes can be very distracting during the performance of a piercing.
Check with your piercer before taking pictures.
Turn off your cell phone.
See, more people need to read this, because I see this far too often when I go for piercings or changes and it just drives me up the wall.
Etiquette, people. Learn it.
Une groupe que j’aimais full en secondaire (et que j’aime encore). Ces boys sont fantastiques, estiiii. Sont sympa en personne aussi. Ils me manquent </3
December 2013; missing eye.
- cardboard cut out (painted black)
- fake eyelash adhesive (spirit gum should not be applied near the eyes***)
- face paint palette (red; blue; purple; black; flesh tones…)
- cover up (optional - for blending and smooth transition between colours)
- scar wax/putty
- thick blood paste
- thin blood
"Cauterize these bloodshot eyes."
3D/Steroscopic series, various effects:
- Missing eye;
- Chelsea Smile/Slashed cheeks;
- Gunshot wound (+ other minor manipulations);
- Cheek, nose and lip trauma (‘Brawl’);
- Garroted?Slashed throat;
- (poorly-executed) [half] Chelsea Smile/Slashed cheek.
I became insane, with long intervals of horrible sanity.