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We pierced Erin’s philtrum a little over a month ago.
She stopped by for a snugger fitting flatback.
We love the look of her anatometal jewelry. 16g flatback with a 3mm prong set champagne gem.
Thank you so much, Erin!
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New jewelry just added to the studio!
Brand new style from anatometal, oval-cut opal navel curves. All hand set in implant grade titanium.
Pictured from left; pink opal, light blue opal, light purple opal, dark blue opal, and white opal.
Which one do you like best?
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beyond-therapy asked: I finally got my septum done, and what you told me awhile back helped me convince my mom! Thank you so much! I definitely know who I'm going to for any advice on a piercing now.
That’s great to hear. Congrats!
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From time to time I have to leave town for various piercing related work, and you all know I would never let somebody work at the studio unless I felt 100% confident in their piercing abilities and customer service skills.
While I was attending an APP meeting last month, Adam covered at the studio. He did this helix piercing on our client Kendra (almost a month old in this picture). They chose this anatometal threaded cluster and it looks absolutely fantastic.
Thank you for stopping by to let us take a photo Kendra! And thank you Adam for helping out at VBA. The Monterey clients love you!
This is Alisha’s 4-month old conch piercing. She stopped in to change the jewelry out and picked this beautiful threaded flower from Industrial Strength.
Faceted white opals and a CZ in the center, anodized copper.
It nestles into her ear perfectly. Thank you, Alisha!
These solid brass pieces from Diablo Organics look exquisite with the inlaid turquoise. Brass is a pretty remarkable material.
Although forms of brass have been in use since prehistory, its true nature as a copper-zinc alloy was not under…stood until the post medieval period because the zinc vapor which reacted with copper to make brass was not recognized as a metal.
The earliest brasses may have been natural alloys made by smelting zinc-rich copper ores. By the Roman period brass was being deliberately produced from metallic copper and zinc minerals using the cementation process and variations on this method continued until the mid-19th century.
It was eventually replaced by speltering, the direct alloying of copper and zinc metal which was introduced to Europe in the 16th century.
Have you been wearing the same pieces of jewelry in your piercings for months and months?
What’s wrong with you?!?!
It’s time to pick out a whole new set and reinvent your beautiful appearance.
Let’s say you have a navel, septum and lobe piercings. Bam. We just did the hard work for you and laid out a stunning set for your piercings.
We do this because we love you.
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