Your eyes are surrounded by the most significant areas on your body, and your eyes are completely exclusive. Physically, a great way to accentuate your eyes is with body piercings! While facial piercings on the whole are becoming ever more popular and acceptable, piercings in the eye area are really revolutionary new styles and methods in the body piercing and body modification world.
While I do not want to daunt you from getting a piercing in the eye area (in fact, I think eye area piercings are a stunning way to develop facial appearance).
Eyebrow Piercings are common piercings in our culture. The eyebrow piercing can be placed anywhere on the eyebrow, although only a very expert piercer should deem piercing near the inner corners (closest to the nose) of the eyebrow, for three major nerves are located in this area (for this reason, this isn't a popular position).
Most piercings are pierced at a forty degree angle, so as to minimize risks of tearing the jewelry out. Most initial jewelry consists of either rounded barbells or confined rings, depending on your facial construction. Some people get multiple eyebrow piercings on one or both eyebrows - your originality is really the perimeter.
Once pierced, these piercings take anywhere from five to eight weeks to heal, but irritations such as makeup or sweat can irritate the piercing and prolong healing. While the eyebrow is one of the least contaminated piercings, the risk is definitely there - so be sure to soak using warm saline solution, don't touch the jewelry with dirty hands, and follow all aftercare advice given to you by your expert piercer.
Heating a sharp metal object over a flame does NOT compose as disinfecting! Many bacteria are only destroyed at temperatures far higher than what a flame can afford! Appealing though it may be - don't pierce your own eyebrow; it will possibly become infected, it may become redundant, and if your position is wrong it will look embarrassed. Spending a couple bucks for a certified expert to do it is well worth your money.
Speaking of expert piercers, some people may try and tell you that you can pierce your own eyebrow with a safety pin (or something of that sort) with no difficulty.
A very unique and unusual piercing is the Third Eye Piercings. Very similar to a bridge piercing the Third Eye Piercings are pierced using surface bars or curved barbells.
These piercings are located between your eyebrows (maybe even a bit higher that between the eyebrows, depending on face contour) and are technically considered a surface piercing.
Before this we have feature about the most dangerous piercing, that was extreme corset piercing, for those who love body modification world you have to check it out.