Then I finally turned 18. By that time I was working and I wasn't able to do anything like that for years and years... until now. Who knew that I would be able to get away with having an awesome career and finally get my piercing... well I should say piercing"s". I got the first one and needed another. It's like tattoos... or chips.... Can't have just one. Besides, my husband is a body piercer. I wouldn't trust anyone else to do it.
I've been wearing black or plain rings for about a year. They are awesome but I wanted something different. I tried horseshoe rings once until my husband said they're only awesome until they get caught on something. I was sufficiently terrified and switched them out.
|My usual look - 2 black captive ball rings|
I am so glad I did. They are beautiful. They feel great. The rings were always floppy and I was always adjusting them. It was a minor nuisance. But the spiral rings hug my lip and never need to be moved.
The only downsides are getting used to drinking from a glass and getting them in and out. lol the first time drinking a soda, I kind of dribbled a little bit. I can use a straw or just be more careful when I'm drinking. It's not really that big a deal. These were pretty hard to get in because of the tight spiral and my fingernails. The ball was pretty tiny and I had trouble threading it. I will have to get used to removing them while there are other people at work so it may get easier, I hope.
I am watching to make sure these don't migrate. I don't want the holes to stretch or get distorted. So far, I haven't noticed anything. All in all, I love these and I will probably make these my main set.