We’re pretty sure our wonderful client Alan has the best collection of labret jewelry in the Twin Cities after he picked up these five gorgeous pieces from BVLA.
* Rose gold double round Harlequin with genuine citrine
* Rose gold Toltec with Rhodalite and a pink CZ center
* Yellow gold Sol Flower with a Tsavorite center
* Rose gold Crown with a black pearl
* Yellow gold Nanda with a genuine garnet
Nicely done, Alan. Nicely done.
We love it when clients approach their body jewelry as a collection and they treat it like the fine jewelry that is. High quality body jewelry, whether it’s made from stainless steel, titanium or gold, can last a lifetime and we think it should be treated with no less respect than jewelry worn on a finger wrist or neck.
Pretty safe to say that Jessi has no fear of patterns and textures. We really dig the way her stacked earrings from Maya Jewelry work together.
One of the wonderful things about piercings and jewelry is that there are so many options available these days that you can truly create your own look. Whether you like to keep it simple and subtle or let everyone know exactly what you are all about, you can make it happen.
Body piercing and tattooing has always been about self-expression and we love that it is easier these days to express yourself than it has ever been.
This yellow gold flower with Iolite petals and a Chrysoprase center is a really lovely combination of colors. The folks at Body Vision Los Angeles never let us down when it comes to making suggestions for color combinations, gemstone choices and information with anything related to fine jewelry.
We really enjoy working with them so closely and extensively.
We have lots of clients with concerns about metal allergies in body piercing. They tell us things like, “My ears always get infected when I wear jewelry” or “I can only wear gold because my ears are sensitive.” or “I’m allergic to all types of jewelry.” We hear these things from people who are very young as well as our older clients. While sensitivity to jewelry is not uncommon, it is usually easy to deal with. In most cases, the solution can be as simple as changing over to high-quality jewelry. I Continue reading →
Some of you may have been expecting a blog about metal sensitivities as they relate to body piercing. That blog is coming soon, we promise. Some recent changes to some Minneapolis regulations has prompted us to make this our newest blog.
Hopefully you’ll find this informative as well.
Return of the What?
Microdermals (also know as dermal anchors and single-point surface piercings) have been around for about 5 years. So in the realm of all things body piercing, they are still pretty new. However, in that short period of time they have become quite popular, so chances are good you’ve seen one even if you didn’t realize you had. If you’ve ever seen a piercing that is a single ball or gem inserted in a flat area of someone’s skin, then you have seen a microdermal. Continue reading →