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  • Piercing prices
    We do NOT shoot earrings, but are pierced with a piercing needle, for which we charge €30 for 1 earlobe and 2 for €55. (Only the first 3 holes and stacked lobes) Children up to the age of 10 pay €35 for 2 earrings. **The minimum age is 5 years old, at that age they are aware of what is happening and understand why they have to keep their hands off their ears after the earrings are placed.** Having a piercing (including jewelry) costs: Earlobe piercings (4th hole) €50,- Helix/Midhelix/Forward helix/Conch/Tragus/Flat/Rook €55,- Daith €60 Navel piercing €55,- Lip piercing/Monroe/Medusa/Eskimo €60 Eyebrow €55 Bridge €60 Nose €50 Septum €55 Nipple piercing €50 Tongue piercing/Tongue web and Smiley €50 Industrial piercing €65,- Orbital/Snug €65 Surface piercing €70,- Intimate piercings Ladies €75,- Intimate gentlemen €75 (with 1.6 or 2.0 mm jewellery/3 to 5 mm possible for an additional charge) Stretching excluding tunnel €10,- Reopen piercing €20,- This is also an exclusive piece of jewelry! And is only possible if it has not completely closed, if it is really closed, the rate of a new piercing applies. In addition to the standard titanium, there is a range of luxurious titanium piercings and real gold piercings such as jewelry with Swarovski clusters, opal stones and high-quality polished! Then you can immediately show off your piercings in style without the phase of boring piercings until it has healed. A piercing change is free if you have had the piercing done by us or if you buy a piercing piece of jewelery from us, otherwise we charge €10 for removing/changing the piercing
  • piercing info
    I only put your piercings with "implant grade Titanium" or "ASTmf-136" that is the highest quality Titanium available (or Real gold of 14 and 18k) and is therefore much better accepted by the body so minimal chance of migration/rejection and other unwanted effects, and you notice that during the healing process! I only order from Wholesalers who actually have a Mill certificate to prove that their material is worthy of the title "ASTmf-136" and "real gold"! There is also a possibility to order jewelry from Junipurr (14k gold), Leroi, Anatometal and Industrial Strength Body Jewelry. Step plan for a new piercing : Step 1: Together we look at what kind of piercing you want, you choose your jewelry and we color (anodize) it at your request. Step 2: I anodize your piercing in the color of your preference. Step 3: I put everything I need in the autoclave to make it sterile (it takes 10 minutes) Step 4: While we wait, fill out the consent form. Step 5: The equipment is sterile and ready to use so now we can get started! Step 6: You will receive the advice for the aftercare plus an aftercare form along with some practical tips and you are all set! Piercing information. The female piercer is also the owner of the shop, with her customer friendliness and professionalism are of course of paramount importance and treats every piercing with the same care and skill. In principle, getting a piercing is by appointment: by phone, via watsapp (06-29473802) or via the contact form, because she is not always present (unless there is a walk-in day/action day for piercings. The prices per piercing can be found here, this price includes a sterile titanium jewelry. In addition to the standard titanium, there is an assortment with luxurious titanium piercings such as jewelry with Swarovski stones and high-quality polished quality! You can also choose which color your titanium jewelry will be (this is called anodizing), the piercer does this on the spot and is ready in a few minutes! Then you can immediately show your piercing in style without the boring phase until it is healed.. We also have a very extensive range of aftercare products, piercings, tunnels, bioplast piercings, stretchers and other jewellery, we also offer an exchange service, piercing advice and we order especially for you if you are looking for something that we do not have in stock ...so come and have a look around at your leisure. **Payment with pin is possible at the piercer** Procedure. The piercing takes place in a separate room that is completely screened off, so privacy is very important to us. Your piercing will be applied there. Later when your piercing has healed, there are many more materials to use, you will get more information about this in the shop. **Our female piercer always takes the time to determine with you what you want and where it should be exactly, she takes the time to do this so that you are completely satisfied with the end result!** ..."Putting a piercing sometimes hurts for a while, but it is and remains only a prick" .... but that does not apply to everyone.. if you are panicking or anxiously looking forward to getting a piercing, give it Then extra attention will be paid to put you at ease and to help you through this process, you do not have to be ashamed of this and our piercer is very knowledgeable and committed in this area ... When the piercing is done, it sometimes bleeds for a while, but that's nothing to worry about, blood thinners (such as ibuprofen) or alcohol can also make your blood a bit thinner and therefore you bleed a bit "easier".< /p> **You can take this into account by not consuming alcohol or blood-thinning painkillers 48 hours before the piercing placement.** As soon as you are ready you will receive the specific aftercare instructions. **If you follow these carefully, the chance of complications is very small, but it can always happen that a piercing heals with difficulty or continues to be annoying, if you are in doubt about the healing process, make an appointment or contact us just via the app so that advice can be given, if necessary refer to the doctor or a different size piercing can be temporarily placed. As long as you don't ignore it, being there on time is important!** There are also certain piercings that our piercer does not put on due to increased health risks and these are the following: Eyelid: damage/scar tissue cornea/blindness!! Lip/Kin surface: migration/rejection hazard/scars. Tongue surface or snakebite: extreme bleeding/nerve damage/tooth damage/gum damage. Cheek: leaking saliva/damaged salivary glands. Hand web: very high risk of infection/migration/rejection/scars. Surface piercings that are just under the skin: migration/rejection/scars. Sub-clavicular (surface under the collarbone): uncontrollable bleeding/nerve damage/highly increased risk of collapsed lungs!! First aid for piercing problems. Have you been bothered by your piercing for a while and you don't know what to do with it anymore? Come by for a consultation, you pay 25 euros for this and you will receive an extensive checkup. The jewelry is replaced with a silicone healing disc, the wound can be injected and cleaned, it is checked whether you temporarily need a thinner piercing so that the wound can drain or whether you can start with compresses.< /p> You will also receive the right care and advice to continue taking care of at home. Never remove an inflamed piercing yourself, and letting it grow closed with the bacteria in the wound can be downright dangerous! A piercing change is free if you have had the piercing done by us or if you buy piercing jewelry from us, otherwise we ask 5 euros for the removal/exchange of the piercing. ATTENTION! Intimate piercings and nipple piercings are done from the age of 18. PIERCING INFO, CARE & RISK You are planning to have a piercing. The GGD considers it important to inform you in advance about a number of possible risks. Placing a piercing is a skin-piercing act. Correct working methods and correct use of the equipment should prevent you from becoming infected with blood-borne diseases, such as Hepatitis B and C. In addition, poor care and unhygienic treatment (both by yourself and by the piercer) can cause wound infections that are harmful and do not make your piercing more beautiful. A piercing under the age of 16. You will be asked to complete a consent form (a statement) before having a piercing fitted. This consent form contains a number of questions about your health. Completing the consent form is for your own safety. If you are under the age of 16, your legal representative must sign the consent form and identify himself. The consent form remains in the piercer's possession and will be treated confidentially. Placing a piercing. Before applying the piercing, the skin is cleaned and disinfected. Piercing must be done sterile. Which means; the needle and jewelry that go through your skin must come from sterile packaging and must not be touched with bare hands. The piercer wears gloves during the application of your piercing, which are disinfected with 70-80% alcohol just before applying the piercing. Getting a piercing can hurt for a while. However, the piercer is not allowed to anesthetize you without the permission of a doctor. Taking care of the piercing. A freshly applied piercing can be compared to a deep wound in your skin. It is very important that you take good care of your piercing. You will receive verbal instructions from the piercer on how to do this. The instruction must, among other things, state how the piercing should be cared for and that you should contact your doctor in case of complaints (severe redness, swelling, pus, wound exudate). The wound caused by the piercing needs time and care to heal. Healing of a piercing wound sometimes takes a long time (from 4 weeks to 9 months). Some people develop scar tissue as a result of applying a piercing. In addition, it can happen that the piercing wound heals unsightly if it has been inflamed. It is not yet known what the consequences are of some piercings at a later age. Your health. If you suffer from one of the health problems below, the GGD advises against having a piercing. • diabetes • haemophilia • metal hypersensitivity • immune disorder • cardiovascular disorders • when using anticoagulants • in places where you have had plastic surgery or radiotherapy • in places where there are bumps, dark moles, swellings or other forms of irritation on your body. Make sure you are well rested, have eaten well and inform the piercer about matters that you think are important (eg medication use, allergies, hypersensitivity reactions, epilepsy, etc.). You must not be under the influence of alcohol or drugs while applying the piercing. Guidelines. In the Netherlands there is a law that applies to piercings. The National Center for Hygiene and Safety has drawn up hygiene guidelines and the piercers are obliged to comply with these guidelines. The GGD and the Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority check once every two years whether the piercing studios comply with the guidelines.
  • Deposit
    A deposit must be paid to book each appointment. The deposit can be paid in the studio immediately when booking or within 7 days after booking the appointment. If the booking date is shorter, please pay as soon as possible. €50 is the deposit for a tattoo. The deposit will be deducted from the total amount of the service. The remainder can be paid on the day, in cash or via PIN. If you have multiple sessions, the deposit will be settled during the last session. It is also possible that you want to reschedule your appointment. You can reschedule your appointment twice free of charge within four months while retaining your deposit, provided it is made 48 hours before the booking date.If you cancel your appointment, no matter when, you will unfortunately lose your deposit. The deposit is for the work and time we put into the canceled appointment. It is also for holding the booked date and time.
  • First aid for piercing problems
    Has your piercing been bothering you for a while and you don't know what to do with it anymore? Then come by for a consultation, you pay 25 euros for this and you will receive an extensive checkup. The jewelry will be replaced with a silicone healing disc if necessary, the wound can be sprayed and cleaned, it will be checked whether you temporarily need a thinner piercing so that the wound can drain or that you can get started with compresses. You will also receive the right care and advice for further care at home. Never remove an inflamed piercing yourself, and allowing the bacteria to grow in the wound can be downright dangerous!
  • tattoo info
    Appointments. To have a tattoo, you must make an appointment in the store after choosing a design. To reserve your appointment, we ask for an advance.The risks of a tattoo. You are planning to get a tattoo. The GGD considers it important to inform you in advance about a number of possible risks. Applying a tattoo is a skin-piercing act. Correct working methods and correct use of the equipment should prevent you from becoming infected with blood-borne diseases, such as Hepatitis B and C. In addition, poor care and unhygienic treatment (both by yourself and by the practitioner) can cause wound infections. that are harmful and do not make your tattoo more beautiful.A tattoo is strongly discouraged under the age of 16. If you want it anyway and you are under 16, your legal representative must come to the studio. Before you have a tattoo applied, you will be asked to complete a consent form (a statement). This consent form contains a number of questions about your health, among other things. Filling in the consent form is for your own safety. If you are under the age of 16, your legal representative must sign the consent form and identify himself. The consent form remains in the tattoo artist's possession and is treated confidentially.Applying a tattoo. During the application of a tattoo, ink and pigment substances are applied under the skin with small needles. This creates a permanent image for life. The ink and pigment materials must meet strict requirements. This is controlled by the Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority. Before the tattoo is applied, the skin is cleaned and disinfected. If necessary, the skin is shaved. This should be done with a new disposable razor. Applying a tattoo must be done as hygienically as possible. That is; the needle that goes through your skin must not have been used before, must come from sterile packaging and must not be touched with bare hands. The ink used must also be sterile. The ink used for you is contained in small ink cups and may only be used for you. Any leftover ink is discarded. Tissues are used during the application of the tattoo. Of course, the tissues must be clean and thrown away immediately after use. The tattoo artist will wear gloves while applying your tattoo and will replace these gloves whenever he or she touches anything other than the tattoo machine, a tissue, or your skin. Afterwards, the tattooed spot is cared for and covered.Taking care of the tattoo. A freshly applied tattoo is similar to a scrape. The wound created by tattooing needs time and care to heal. With good care, the wound will heal after about 1 week. You will receive verbal and written instructions from the tattoo artist on how to care for the tattoo. The instruction must state, among other things, that you must contact your doctor in the event of complaints (severe redness, swelling, pus, wound exudate). During the healing time we advise you not to swim, not to take a bath (you are allowed to shower), not to sunbathe (not even under the sunbed) and not to use the sauna and/or bubble bath. Even after the healing time on your tattoo, always use a high sun protection factor while sunbathing.Your health. If you suffer from one of the following health complaints, the GGD advises against getting a tattoo:• diabetes • haemophilia • chronic skin disease • contact allergy • immune disorder • cardiovascular disorders • when using anticoagulants • in places where you have had plastic surgery or radiotherapy • in places where there are bumps, dark moles, swellings or other forms of irritation on show your body.You must not be under the influence of alcohol or drugs while applying the tattoo. Even if you are pregnant, applying a tattoo is not recommended. Make sure you are well rested, have eaten well and inform the tattoo artist about matters that you think are important (e.g. medication use, allergies, hypersensitivity reactions, being treated by a dermatologist, etc.).Guidelines. In the Netherlands there is a law that applies to putting tattoos. The National Center for Hygiene and Safety has drawn up hygiene guidelines and the tattoo artists are obliged to comply with these guidelines. The GGD and the Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority check once every two years whether the tattoo studios comply with the guidelines.
  • Online ordering service
    Then make an appointment with our piercer Maria to look together at what you want and what sizes you need, if you have found something, we will order it in the next order and you will receive a message as soon as it arrives is. You can also fill in the form below, and I will pass on the costs and a payment link (ideal, Credit or Debit card, Bancontact and Sofort) The rule is always that half must be paid in advance and the other half must be paid upon collection or delivery. (sending by post is also possible) We have a regular supplier for 14k gold piercings and you can view the webshop of Junipurr here. High quality Titanium (highline) and Gold at Wildcat. (also organics, tunnels etc etc) Our number 1 Wholesale for implant grade titanium and the high end brand Tish Lyon, Wholesalebodyjewellery. And Trust also has all kinds of things. In addition, there is also Anatometal, Leroi and Industrial Strength Body Jewelery for the very unique High End Titanium piercings (note: these are companies with very high standards but certainly not cheap!)
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