Recently I woke up one day and decided that I want a septum ring. I've always found them pretty neat.

Recently I woke up one day and decided that I want a septum ring.
I’ve always found them pretty neat.
A septum also doesn’t leave any visible scars which is a great argument for just going for it.
Most people I know thypically dislike them and obviously do the classic where they reference a cow.
I’ll probably give it 2 weeks of consideration before I go for it just to check if I’m getting tricked by brain chemicals.
I’m your thypical masculine male that is into metal btw.

Opinion?

57 thoughts on “Recently I woke up one day and decided that I want a septum ring. I've always found them pretty neat.

  1. Anonymous says:

    Do whatever you want but I feel like the septum ring has been overplayed to the point of almost looking like a caricature nowadays

    • Anonymous says:

      >why would you vandalize your body
      this ‘my body is a temple’ argument is complete horse shit. you eat goyslop every day and will die of diabetes or heart failure in your 60s yet will criticize someone for beautifying their outward appearance.literally hecking stupid subhuman take

    • Anonymous says:

      >vandalize your body
      lmao. Basically everyone on the planet is getting irradiated and poisoned constantly. A piercing or tattoo should be pretty low on the list of things to worry about, but you’re probably an autistic virgin incel.

  2. Anonymous says:

    if you aren’t sure, you can try the look out, there’s septum hebrewelry you can buy and wear that just clamps onto your nostrils without needing to get pierced.

    • Anonymous says:

      Thank you anons. Loads of positive feedback. I really think it would look good on my face. And besides if I ever get over it I can just stop using it. The hole in my nose will barely be visible if at all.

      I’ll probably do this first tho just to see what it looks like.

  3. Anonymous says:

    i think its a cool idea anon. i like that the piercing community is still sort of underground, like if you see another person with piercings out in public you give each other a knowing nod

    • Anonymous says:

      I disagree but agree a little at the same time, everyone has septum piercings and tats nowadays but it’s rare to meet other people actually into body mods for more than the aesthetic. The nod is reserved for people who went through the journey and put the time in to get huge stretched septums or labrets who didnt do it for a trend like all the ear stretching when most of us were in school, people who got the tats they wanted whether it would effect their professional lives or not and other things that indicate being in the lifestyle permanently.

    • Anonymous says:

      Life’s all about doing the things that make you happy, if you want a piercing I say get it. We don’t live forever might as well squeeze every bit of happiness from this life before it’s over.

  4. Anonymous says:

    this thread has inspired me to try and restretch my septum since its nearly closed up from years of not wearing any hebrewlery

    • Anonymous says:

      Based how big did you have it? I hate stressing about mine closing if I lose hebrewelry or something on the go out of town or something, thats one of my big motivations to stretch it along with big pincers and tusks looking cool but I’ll probably go to 2g max.

  5. Anonymous says:

    honestly septum is so harmless just go for it. and if you are really on the fence, start with a horse shoe, you can flip it up into your nose and hide it if you want to. Septum is also one of the piercings which hurts the least despite what people think (even less than helix piercings and other shit)

  6. Anonymous says:

    >A septum also doesn’t leave any visible scars which is a great argument for just going for it.
    No it isn’t, especially if you’re talking about nose piercings cause cartilidge closes up super fast.
    As for the scarring, I’ve had two piercings each on both sides of each nostril (never at the same time, just two next to each other on one side at a time). I just got nose rings, cause studs fall out and I got tired of them falling out every few weeks. I’ve had to get it re-pierced at least a dozen times cause it’d fall out in my sleep. Rings never fell out once.
    Cartilidge closes up very fast, so I do not have scars from piercings I used to have.
    Any other face piercing except septum is fine. I hate septum rings so much, I just personally don’t find them aesthetic at all. Do whatever you want…but that shit is super overdone and hideous.

    • Anonymous says:

      surface piercings are on par with fetish piercing imo they only look good freshly done and afterwards just reject or get nasty scar tissue due to the tension under the skin pushing up

      >A septum also doesn’t leave any visible scars which is a great argument for just going for it.
      No it isn’t, especially if you’re talking about nose piercings cause cartilidge closes up super fast.
      As for the scarring, I’ve had two piercings each on both sides of each nostril (never at the same time, just two next to each other on one side at a time). I just got nose rings, cause studs fall out and I got tired of them falling out every few weeks. I’ve had to get it re-pierced at least a dozen times cause it’d fall out in my sleep. Rings never fell out once.
      Cartilidge closes up very fast, so I do not have scars from piercings I used to have.
      Any other face piercing except septum is fine. I hate septum rings so much, I just personally don’t find them aesthetic at all. Do whatever you want…but that shit is super overdone and hideous.

      septum piercings dont go through cartilage. itd still close up super fast if taken out too early because…. its an open wound lol

      • Anonymous says:

        >septum piercings dont go through cartilage. itd still close up super fast if taken out too early because…. its an open wound lol
        Im aware, I was just sorta saying its a stupid argument if so many other nose piercings don’t scar. Its not like septum rings are the only piercing that doesn’t scar

        I know 2 people that have had them, they look fine. Probably just harder to take care of and heal properly but it still looks way better imo.

    • Anonymous says:

      Lol bridges scar bad, migrate and reject a lot more than other piercings I wouldn’t and I have more piercings than I have fingers.

  7. Anonymous says:

    idk people posting here don’t know shit about perickgs bcuse septums heal in like 2 weeks cuz it’s open slime hinds or whatever and closes super fast too and is painless. do it pussy. I used to work in a piercing shop. don’t listen to Google go to a store and listen to them1

    • Anonymous says:

      Any piercings are painless if you don’t think about it being painful. My belly piercing didnt hurt at all and neither were the 12+ times I got my nose piercings redone. Its literally just like 1 second, it hurts but its really not that bad.
      >mfw Im a masochist

      • Anonymous says:

        belly piercing is legit the least painful so shut up.. like belly button is 1.5 on a 10 scale and every part of the ear besides lobes are 3.. Same with septum..

        • Anonymous says:

          Belly button piercings leave the grossest scars on some chick’s, they look like someone put a cigar out on their navel. That and bridges are temporary piercings for people who want unnecessary scars.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Go for it, if you think it’ll look good!

    I’m male and I always wanted to try ear studs and a nose stud, do you just show up to a pierced and see what they have?

    • Anonymous says:

      it depends. just lookup piercing shops near you and you can read whether you need to book or not. they prefer bookings rather than walkins unless you’re a decisive walkin

  9. Anonymous says:

    I’m a dude and just got my lobes pierced. They’re healing great and look awesome. I used to have my helix pierced, but it wasn’t healing so I got rid of it. Anyone have experience with lower lip piercings? Snakebites look so cool but I imagine they would be a pain to let heal, with all the eating and drinking humans tend to do.

    • Anonymous says:

      Lip piercings actually arent that bad at all to heal. They swell a little but it’s not as bad as like a tongue piercing or as annoying as a nostril piercing even imo, which also isn’t so bad as long as you don’t catch it on towels. I’m a guy too and I have a 10 piercings, I just took my snakebites out because wanted the right down the center look of septum/philtrum/labret even though I did like the symmetry of the snakebites.

    • Anonymous says:

      And also to add to

      Lip piercings actually arent that bad at all to heal. They swell a little but it’s not as bad as like a tongue piercing or as annoying as a nostril piercing even imo, which also isn’t so bad as long as you don’t catch it on towels. I’m a guy too and I have a 10 piercings, I just took my snakebites out because wanted the right down the center look of septum/philtrum/labret even though I did like the symmetry of the snakebites.

      You’re helix was probably healing just really slowly, mine took a crazy amount of time to heal but they do eventually if you wait it out.

  10. Anonymous says:

    I am thinking along similar lines but will opt for nasallang
    >bull ring – submissive, for leading around by the nose
    >nasallang – what the heck

      • Anonymous says:

        not the same – but this looks good on you

        I don’t have any piercings, so I’m going to go directly for the most extreme facial piercing for shock. I’m contemplating marking my forehead for the same reason

        • Anonymous says:

          Thanks, I think it looks a little better since taking out the snakebites for a labret, which just healed enough to stretch so Im getting this

          https://i.imgur.com/VfE8iWb.jpg

          i had a medusa piercing years ago and it got so infected and swollen lol

          next for stretched cyber bites.

  11. Anonymous says:

    i got one a few months ago, jumped straight to 8 gauge. one thing piercers fail to mention is the smell, after it heals up, theres oils that build up in the piercing that smell like hecking feet.

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