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Curved Barbell Too Short?

Discussion in 'Healing and Aftercare Forum' started by KaylaNBabyy, Apr 6, 2012.

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  1. KaylaNBabyy New Member

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    Hey everyone! So I've had my navel pierced for 5 weeks, I posted a picture of it yesterday and I had several people on the forum tell me that my bar seemed too short (even though it was longer than the standard curved barbell)*

    So I went to my piercer today and bought a longer SS curved barbell. What do you guys think? Does this look better? It's for sure more comfortable!!!*

    I know I'm not supposed to change it until 6 weeks, but I have to say, the first barbell wasn't comfortable at all! Thanks for the advice, guys! :) the first & second pictures are my first barbell, and the third one is my new longer barbell

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  2. joe.stereo New Member

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    The new one seems to have plenty of room to move around and looks correct, the first one was far too short imo. Looks good now, enjoy your new piercing :D
  3. xXJarredXx Super Moderator

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    This is much better looking. They should always use longer jewelry when piercing to account for swelling of the area.
  4. piercedpussylicker New Member

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    that one looks much better! After about 6 months give or take depending on how fast your body heals you can go to a shorter one that fits tighter.
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