Austin bar piercings

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Austin bar piercings

Type of piercing

The Austin bar piercing is named after the first known person to be given one. It goes horizontally through the cartilage at the tip of your nose, but not your septum or the inside of your nose. It’s usually decorated with a barbell.

Healing: Austin bar piercings usually heal in two to three months.

Risks: May cause inflammation.