Unleash your inner beauty with our expert piercing services! Our studio is dedicated to providing you with a safe, comfortable, and unforgettable experience. Our professional piercers are trained in the latest techniques to ensure the highest level of precision and safety.
Single Earlobe Piercing: $60
Double Earlobe Piercing: $80
Tragus piercing: $70
Helix/Flat/Conch Piercing: $60
All service include one surgical grade steel flat back jewelry ( or L bend jewelry for nose piercing) and an aftercare kit.
Upgrade of Titanium jewelries available for an additonal $10 per jewel
Why choose a professional piercer that uses piercing needles?
Piercing with a needle is generally considered to be a better option than piercing with a gun for several reasons:
More precision: Needles are more precise than guns and can easily be adjusted to match the individual's anatomy. This results in more accurate placement of the piercing and reduces the risk of complications.
Reduced risk of injury: Needles cause less tissue damage than guns, as they do not use high-pressure force to puncture the skin. This reduces the risk of scarring, nerve damage, and other complications
3. Reduced risk of infection: Needles remove a small core of tissue, reducing the risk of bacteria entering the wound and causing an infection.
4. Less painful: Needles are typically less painful than guns, as they do not use the high-pressure force that guns do. This results in a less traumatic experience for the individual.
5. Faster healing: Needles cause less tissue damage, allowing for a quicker and smoother healing process.
6. Better for certain types of piercings: Needles are better suited for certain types of piercings, such as cartilage piercings, where the use of a gun could result in complications.
In conclusion, piercing with a needle is generally considered to be a safer and more precise option compared to piercing with a gun. It is always best to consult a professional piercer for advice on the best type of piercing for you.
Any Tpye of piercing poses a risk of complications including:
Allergic reactions. Some piercing jewelry — particularly pieces made of nickel — can cause allergic reactions. That's why we only use surgical grade steel flat back jewleries.
Skin infections. This might cause redness, pain, swelling or a pus-like discharge after a piercing.
Other skin problems. Piercing can lead to scars and raised areas caused by an overgrowth of scar tissue (keloids).
Bloodborne diseases. If the equipment used to do the piercing is contaminated with infected blood, you can contract various bloodborne diseases, including hepatitis B, hepatitis C, tetanus and HIV.
Tearing or trauma. Jewelry can get caught and torn out accidentally, potentially requiring stitches or other repair