Three Ways to Hide a Labret Piercing
- Clear or Flesh Colored Retainer. A labret retainer is an acrylic jewelry piece with a flat end, rather than a stud. …
- Facial Makeup. If you only need to hide your labret piercing for a short time, consider turning the stud around. …
Considering this, can you get a job with a lip piercing?
In an office environment, especially a very formal one, these piercings and tattoos are not welcomed. I know that many “nice” folks have tattoos and piercings, but they do not look “professional”. If you go on a job interview, the interviewer will almost certainly hire the person without visible tattoos or piercings.
Likewise, do lip piercing holes ever go away?
If your piercing hasn’t healed and you want to remove it, chances are the hole will shrink and close without a problem, leaving minimal scarring. However, if its an older piercing — like my five-year-old lip piercing — it could possibly take years for the hole to get smaller.
Can you hide Ashley piercing?
In most cases, a bandage is probably the safest bet for covering a new piercing or hole. Be very careful not to tug on the jewelry or get any adhesive on it. Still a bandage can help you hide your new piercing in a pinch!
As one of the few true lip piercings, the Ashley piercing consists of a single puncture through the center of the lower lip, exiting through the back of the lip into the mouth. … The Ashley piercing typically uses a labret stud with a dainty charm, ball, or gemstone sitting on the lower lip.
Get the Look
Dahlia piercings will emphasize the corners of your mouth, and has the effect of making full lips look fuller, but thin lips look particularly long and thin.
- Refrain from using lipstick, lip gloss, and other lip products. …
- Avoid sharing food and drinks to minimize the spread of infectious bacteria.
- Avoid open-mouth kissing and oral sex to reduce the transfer of bacteria and saliva.
- Wash your hands before touching your mouth to prevent the spread of germs.
Don’t panic; you can give your partner love pecks while your lip, cheek or oral piercing is healing, but you need to avoid open-mouth kissing until your piercing is fully healed. Most oral piercings heal within 4-6 weeks, although cheek and lip piercings can take longer for some people.
The jewelry worn when you have your lips pierced can scratch the gums and damage the enamel on the teeth. Therefore, you should not wear this type of jewelry if you wish to protect your gums and teeth. Moreover, with the lip pierced, bacteria can get into the opening, exposing you to infection.
Discharge of Lymph
On the oral side of your piercing, lymph may present as wet clear or whitish strands that can be easily eliminated with a quick sea salt mouthwash rinse. Externally, lymph is more likely to dry around your piercing, getting hard and crusty and occasionally freezing your labret jewelry in place.
The kind of piercing you have will dictate how well it will close up. Rob Banks, a piercer at Elite Jewelry Co. on Saint Mark’s Place in New York City, explains to me in an interview at the shop that belly button, eyebrow, and Monroe or lip piercings all leave deep scars, which makes them harder to fully close.
Thus if you want your lip piercing to completely close, then you need to just leave the ring out for this amount of time. … After you‘ve first had the piercing you will need to leave it time to heal around the piercing, and failure to do so will mean that your lip closes over very quickly – even within a few hours.
If a piercing is fully healed, you’ve had the jewelry in place for longer than a year, and you take the jewelry out, chances are very good that the hole will shrink, but not close completely and look as if it were never there. You will likely always see a small divot where the jewelry was placed in the skin.
The answer is complicated. You need to have your professional piercer examine the place where you want to be repierced. Sometimes the hole may not be completely healed in the inside- if the outsides of the hole are just closed it may be easy for your piercer to repierce you in the same place with little complication.