Ideally, you should go to an experienced professional to get your septum pierced. … However, if you insist on doing it yourself, it’s possible to do it with minimal complications or risk of infection provided you keep the piercing environment as sterile as possible.
Furthermore, does piercing your own septum hurt?
Do septum piercings hurt? … Everyone has their own pain tolerance, so it’s worth bearing yours in mind, but a septum shouldn’t hurt much more than a standard nose piercing and it shouldn’t go through cartilage. It’ll be a strong pinch, the urge to sneeze, watery eyes, and hopefully not much more than that.
Just so, where’s the sweet spot in your septum?
If you pinch your septum, you should feel a thin area of skin between some hard cartilage and the tip of your septum (often referred to as the sweet spot). That’s where the septum piercing is placed. It is a little bit higher and a little further forward than you might realize.
What a tongue piercing says about you?
Another piercing popularised in the 90s but much more of a commitment than the tummy piercing because everyone sees it. … So a tongue piercing suggests high levels of commitment and a pretty active sex life.
Definitely. No piercer that wants to keep their business open will pierce a 13 years old, even with parental supervision and agreement. … The most a piercer may pierce on a minor is ears and maybe nostril. Septum is a hole that will never close, so better be really sure you want it.
Although it’s okay to flip the jewelry up or down occasionally, you should avoid doing this as much as possible. It’s the same as twisting, and will irritate your new septum piercing. …
Enter nose rings and other nose jewelry commonly worn by women of the subcontinent. … Some say it is to solidify sexual relations between the newly married husband and wife and others say it’s purely an act of tradition – mainly to symbolize the traditional Indian woman.
Yes! That’s one of the best things about this piercing- it can be flipped up while healing. … Remember to always wash your hands and piercing well before and after flipping it up, and don’t sleep with it flipped (unless you are wearing a retainer).
Some people do NOT have a sweet spot, so if you still want the piercing, it’ll have to go through your cartilage.
If it is too low, it can stretch and pull on the skin and can actually pull through with time. If it goes through the cartilage, then it may not heal and there is a high risk of infection and deformity.
If you have a columella “sweet spot,” you will most likely experience the piercing as a quick, sharp pinch… It will be over before you know it! 2.) If your piercer has to pierce through the cartilage of your nose, you can still get a septum piercing… But keep in mind it might be significantly more painful.