Piercings and Tattoos

Jul
26

Scarification: What’s your Lucky Number?

Posted by Disha Singh on July 26, 2008

Every soul has different way to wear their lucky number. Some wear it in shape of locket, tattoo and some in new trend of scarification. Scarification also called “Body Carving” or “Skin Peeling” or “Skinning”, is a trend of peeling skin from your body to give a particular design in shape of scar. I found this number “5” scarification on myspace profile of Eric Lopez, Barcelona, Spain.

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Dec
20

Three lines!

Posted by Disha Singh on December 20, 2007

Alan Dumond of aestheticsbodymod.com shows off his fresh super-cool scarification design of three lines near his left eye. The blue dot tattoo surrounded by these lines appears like a shooting star. The cutting was done by Marea at Aesthetics in Indianapolis. Moreover, you can't think to miss his nostril and upper & lower labret. Lower labret wooden plug looks cool and what you can't see here is his split tongue, septum piercing, cartilage plug, pierced and stretched ear.

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Oct
28

Body Craving to replace Tattoos?

Posted by Disha Singh on October 28, 2007

These days, more and more individuals are deciding to do something different by leaving a permanent mark - on their own skin. Scarification is one of the best examples of permanent art but different from tattoos. Scarification is of numerous types and I'm here to talk about "Body Carving" or "Skin Peeling" or "Skinning" - all different names of the art of Skin Removal. As depicted from the name it a process of skin removal giving yourself an euphoria of pain. A step-by-step procedure is followed to remove the skin: 1. Area of the skin where the skinning is to be performed is properly cleaned. 2. The design is stenciled on the skin. 3. The design is outlined like a single cutting scarification until reaching the right depth and width. 4. Then the artist begins removing skin slices with the help of a Kocher forceps or dissection clamp. The tissue to be removed is pulled back while "slicing" on the bottom to free the skin from beneath. Here, in the picture you'll s

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