Nape Surface

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Tony’s Nape Surface Piercing

Tony’s nape surface piercing pierced w/1.6mm titanium staple-surface bar and 5mm suncoat/goldline balls. Always a pleasure and an honour for the continued trust among the many people I meet, doing what I do.

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Re-Worked Surface

Nandi's Re-worked Sternum Surface Piercing

Nandi’s Re-worked Sternum Surface Piercing

Nandi came in with a healed surface piercing on her chest, she had taken out due to it not being pierced (elsewhere) straight. I re-pierced Nandi fresh, straight and w/1,6mm PTFE and white disco balls.

Nape Surface

Nape Surface Piercing

Nape Surface Piercing

This guy had his neck pierced like three times before in various countries with a metal straight bar and staple bars; which either grew out or got caught, giving him problems. Up on being back in London, he wanted to get it redone and was really happy with the results of being pierced with PTFE; as have many I’ve met before who have switched. This photo was taken three or four weeks after, when the bar had been clipped down flush. Really happy that this guy finally got the piercing he’d always wanted.

Sternam Surface

Adamna's Sternam Surface Piercing I

Adamna’s Sternam Surface Piercing I

Adamna's Sternum Surface II

Adamna’s Sternum Surface II

Here’s Adamna’s sternam surface piercing about a week after it was pierced. Originally w/1.6mm PTFE for flexibility and 6mm titanium balls, it’s still got some initial swelling but we cut down the bar length and switched it up to white disco balls. Looks awesome and was a pleasure to meet another kool customer.

Navel Surface

Surface Navel

 Gemma’s Surface Navel

Here’s Gemma’s inverted navel surface piercing (the lower of the two) pierced w/1.6mm x 20ish’mm PTFE plastic to allow for the initial weeks swelling. Was later cut down flusher, after healing w/ 1.6mm threaded 4mm balls. The traditional belly button piercing, was not pierced by me. A traditional navel piercing is one of the safest piercings regarding catching it and with regards to healing. Like all surface and microdermal piercings, extra care is required with what will usually be a longer healing process.

| Est. ✖ El Capitan |

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| Est. ✖ El Capitan | @ Shiva | Greenwich | London | Saturday, March 29th 2014 |

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| Est. ✖ El Capitan | @ Shiva | Greenwich | London | Fitting Chris’ Nose Ring |

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| Est. ✖ El Capitan | @ Shiva | Greenwich | London | Piercing Alicia’s Ear Lobe |

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| Est. ✖ El Capitan | @ Shiva | Greenwich | London | Ear Lobe Piercings |

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| Est. ✖ El Capitan | @ Shiva | Greenwich | London | Ear Lobe Piercing |

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| Est. ✖ El Capitan | @ Shiva | Greenwich | London | Lisa Mercedez’ Surface |

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| Est. ✖ El Capitan | @ Shiva | Greenwich | London | Ear Cartilage Piercing |

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| Est. ✖ El Capitan | @ Shiva | Greenwich | London | Nose Piercing |

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| Est. ✖ El Capitan | @ Shiva | Greenwich | London | Naomi’s Tragus Piercing |

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| Est. ✖ El Capitan | @ Shiva | Greenwich | London | Ear Lobe Piercing w/Gun |

✖ All Photography by Cenan Nazif ✖ Est. ✖ Infectious Imagery ✖

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✖ Much love and many thanks to all my customers and clients, you are all appreciated; ❤ El Cap ✖

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⚡ Double Piercings Scaffold & Nape Surface ⚡

Marie's Scaffold Piercing I

Marie’s Scaffold Piercing I

Marie's Scaffold II

Marie’s Scaffold II & Nape Surface

Marie's Scaffold Piercing III

Marie’s Scaffold Piercing III

Marie’s scaffold piercing w/1.6mm x 38mm titanium bar. I like the second picture because you can see both piercings.

 

Marie's Nape Surface Piercing I

Marie’s Nape Surface Piercing I

Marie's Nape Surface Piercing II

Marie’s Nape Surface Piercing II

Marie's Nape Surface Piercing III

Marie’s Nape Surface Piercing III

Nape surface piercing w/1.6mm PTFE & 5mm titanium balls. The clamp has definitely left it’s mark, as has El Capitan!

Two piercings at once is pretty tough, especially when it’s a scaffold and a surface; they look really good though.

Middle Finger Surface Piercing

Cerise's Finger Surface Piercing

Cerise’s Finger Surface Piercing

Finger Surface piercing pierced w/ 1.2mm PTFE. I’ll pierce these, but 9/10 they will grow out and a few I have done have migrated within a matter of months. I do recommend removing it if you start to notice it growing out.