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OMG I know right! The first time I got my second piercings I went to Claires and they were so uneven! After the few months you have to keep them in were up, they got infected and closed up! I had to get them re-done! I'll tell you, I did not go back to Claires to get them re-done.
by skullhottie97 on 9/13/2012 3:56:47 PM
WHATVER YOU DO DONT GO TO CLAIRES! They had to re-do my ears 2 times each. the fact is these girls arent proffesionals, you need to go to a peircing place.
by vamppixie on 9/11/2012 9:02:21 PM
True, getting your ears peirced does NOT hurt all that much. Just a little pinch. But you have to make sure you take care of it for a little while...rotating the earring, rubbing it with rubbing alchohol, otherwise it will get infected and then it WILL hurt. Best of luck, know you can do it!! Its a big step
by Nikkiell on 9/11/2012 7:59:21 PM
i had a gun not a needle its better i think
by mibby1 on 9/11/2012 11:51:23 AM
well its not a pian or a pinch its more of a shock i had mine done a week and 1 day ago xxxxx
by mibby1 on 9/11/2012 11:47:36 AM
I got mine done at walmart with a piercing gun and the lady who did it did my ears uneven and the needle wasnt sterilized... i could tell cuz i got an ear infection and a blood clot in my ear and had to have surgery and even that didnt work so yea definitely if u get them pierced get them done professionally unless u wanna get plastic surgery in the future if u ever wanna get them again :/
by callster2482 on 9/10/2012 9:13:49 PM
I got my ears pierced when I was 3 and a quarter, so I only remember a little, but I remember that I got them pierced at Bombay Jewelers, an Indian jewelry place, and it hurt a little when it was getting pierced, and it hurt a little bit later, but it's not too bad. just follow all the instructions they give you about not changing your earrings for some amount of time, and not wearing drop earrings for some other amount of time.
by jayjay927 on 9/10/2012 9:13:03 PM
i got mine pierced at the doctors when was eight and its not that bad just stay calm and you will just feel a little pinch it may hurt a little after but its not too bad, make sure to keep them clean and listen to all the directions given to you
by Kaycris on 9/9/2012 10:33:21 PM
Honestly, it doesn't hurt that much, just a little sting and then nothing. I got mine done at Walmart and it was perfectly fine! It did feel like there were doorknobs on my ears and I thought that my earrings would get caught on the clothes racks but the feeling wore off after a few hours. I was 10 when I got them pierced. There's nothing to be afraid of, just keep good care of them!
by maddiejetzer22 on 9/9/2012 10:30:41 PM
I agree with the pinch your ear thing. thats how much it hurt for me, and I got mine peirced when I was 12 and they did not freeze my ears or anything.
by littlemissfashion on 9/9/2012 10:09:20 AM
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