To protect minors from viewing adult content, the videos of me performing genital piercings are available offsite, here.
The video is pixellated, but you can still get a good sense of how quick and smooth the procedure is!
In this video I show how I work with the natural creases and lines of the body for the placement. I do this navel piercing from the bottom up because the jewelry has
a gem affixed to the bottom, so it needs to be inserted from that direction.
Elayne Angel performs a navel piercing on a BBW. She explains how she determines the optimal position and shows that not all pierced bellies are flat and tanned. When the woman is standing, this appears to be a "traditional" navel piercing, but when she is reclining, the tissue changes position.
From The Piercing Bible:
Navel Piercing: Weight and Weight Loss
Regardless of your weight, if your navel folds in and disappears when you sit down, this is a good reason to select a different piercing. Wearing jewelry on this type of build causes mechanical stresses that guarantee healing complications. If you have a horizontal crease across the area even when you are standing, you are unsuited to navel piercing for the same reason. Some heavy people are still able to get navel piercings because body size isn’t as key a factor as your configuration in the area of the piercing. However, the diminished blood supply caused by excess abdominal fat does make healing more difficult. If you are diabetic and carry excess weight in this area, navel piercings are inadvisable because complications are to be expected and can be more serious.
If you are planning to lose weight, the overall shape of your navel area is still the primary consideration when deciding whether to postpone piercing. A protruding beer belly is generally suited to navel piercing because usually the area gets smaller with weight loss, but maintains the same basic contour.
Elayne Angel, author of The Piercing Bible, performs two ear cartilage piercings. She does a conch piercing using a receiving tube technique (preceded by tissue manipulation), and a tragus piercing using her forceps-and-receiving tube technique.
In this vieo I demonstrate selecting the optimal location on the anatomy for a nostril piercing, custom-bending a nostril screw to fit the client, and the piercing procedure using a "receptive forceps" technique.
I did this client's first piercing on his 18th birthday, and his septum piercing 18 years later, on his 36th birthday! How cool!
This is a video review of the No-Pull Piercing Disc, a simple device (a silicone disc) that you add to your jewelry. It is intended to help minimize trauma and discomfort with oral piercings such as lip and tongue. And, from this review, we can see that it is capable of having a huge, positive impact!
You can purchase it here.
NEW! As of May, 2016, large-size discs are available--up to 00 gauge!. You can order them here.
After seeing these results, I suggested the innovator of the product do some research about its potential for minimizing scar tissue. As it says in The Piercing Bible section on scar reduction products:
This client also posted in the Guest Book:
"I just had my VCH done by Elayne at Adornment Deluxe in Berkley, MI. I have to say, the piercing was PAINLESS. A sudden prick, then over. It was done 14 days ago and not once did I feel any pain in the piercing. Elayne was amazing. She helped me relax and was so kind and talkative. She asked me questions about myself (which none of my piercers have ever done) and she signed my Piercing Bible and took a photo with me! So excited that I was able to have this piercing done by Elayne and to have finally met her in person. She is just wonderfull.
My Piercing Bible has helped me greatly to keep track of necessary knowledge to keep myself and my body protected, and safely modified."