In this edition of coolest piercings we’ve ever seen: dermals go deer-like, candy canes get repurposed, and fancy Holiday body jewelry gets taken to an entirely new level.
So most of us have seen some weird and interesting things come out of the world of dermal jewelry, but when did horns suddenly go mainstream? That’s right, it’s now not only normal, but actually kind of cute to have microdermal, transdermal, or even subdermal horns. The thing that translates so well into pop culture is that the horns themselves (at least those that have become fairly popular) are less outlandish and frightening, and more innocent and fawn-like. Horns = cute…..who knew?
Next on our list: candy canes become multi-purpose. Okay, so stretching of the ear is nothing new, but the thing that makes this especially cool isn’t the piercing itself, but the choice of jewelry. You might be thinking that this is so much less extreme than what I usually feature, but there’s no denying that everyone who sees this is going to wish that they thought of it. I know I do! Looking cute for the Holidays and having a built in snack? Pretty sweet.
And finally, the best has been saved for last. It’s beautiful, it’s bionic, it’s….really attached? The answer to that question is a resounding yes. The newest and most interesting thing to hit body piercing since the invention of the curved piercing needle gives seriously new meaning to the phrase “body jewelry.” This unique method of body mod uses dermal anchors and surface bars to attach beautiful metal plating to the skin. Most often paired with ink in celestial or tribal designs, this fun and fancy new form of super-piercing lets you go all out when the occasion calls for it, and then remove layers of bling when it’s time to relax.
Now that’s got to be one of the coolest piercings you’ve ever seen, right?