All About Corset Piercings
Learn more about this bizarre trend: risks, styles, and general info. Warning: graphic content.
Fancy a corset piercing? Here are facts what you need to know. Prepare to be amazed!
Corset piercings are multiple body piercings pierced side-to-side in such a way that it can be laced up for the purpose of making it look like a corset.
Corset piercings are intended for aesthetic or performance purposes.
Most corset piercings are intended to be temporary, typically done with hypodermic needles which are removed after activity is finished.
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RISKS: Corset piercings have the tendency to migrate, heal improperly or reject, which may or may not leave scars, depending on how it was done and how it was cared for.
HEALING and AFTERCARE: Care for it as much as you do with any piercing or tattoo. However, expect the healing period to be longer and more complicated as the body is dealing with multiple piercings. Keep it sterile, free from abrasion, and follow diligently your professional body piercer's instructions.
Although, usually shown laced, the lace can't be worn during the healing period as it can put pressure or tension on the fresh piercings which may increase the chance of improper healing, migration or rejection.
Corset piercings come in various styles and artistry. Some get intricate lacings on their backs, some lace up their limbs together, some even do it on their genitals! If it was that easy to get, which style would you go for?