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Extreme Corset Piercing

February 15, 2010 , Posted by byu at 1:16 AM

Are a fans of body modification?? have you heard about Corset piercing before?? Corset Piercing this term also called as ladder piercing.. we think this kind of body piercing are really extreme..

Corset piercings, sometimes called ladder piercings, are a series of surface piercings arranged up the back in two vertical columns. The piercing are located in the spot where the eyelets would be if one was wearing a corset. It is a symmetrical piercing with an equal number of holes on each side. As few as four holes can be used (two on each side) up to as many as the expanse of skin will allow.

Most people who get corset piercings use standard captive bead rings which a length of ribbon is then laced through. Although ribbon or lace are the most popular materials, rope and chain have also been used at times. While this all looks lovely, it is only intended for temporary use. If kept in, surface piercings such as these that use this type of jewelry will most likely not heal. The rings will migrate around the skin as they are rejected by the body, the wounds will become irritated, and nine times out of ten will leave horrible, unsightly scars all along the back. Sometimes hypodermic needles or bondage/slave rings are used instead with the same effect. To avoid this, the jewelry should be removed promptly after the fun has been had (corset piercings are common in fetish performances) and the pictures have been taken (they are also popular subjects for photo shoots.)

A common variation of the standard back corset piercing is front or side "corset-like" body mods. These piercings have also been seen lacing up the sides of legs, thighs, arms, wrists and even a throat!










And the Most Extreme Corset Piercing


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