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Fake Body Jewelry – Benefits of Clip-On Jewelry

Sunday, March 27th, 2011

The look of body jewelry is extremely sexy, and has become cute and trendy all over the world. While it used to be something that was seen only in belly dancing clubs or on the beach, it’s now quite commonplace to put in a belly button ring and think nothing of it. However, piercing your body is something that shouldn’t be taken lightly, especially on sensitive parts of the body. If you get irritated easily, you might want to think about fake body jewelry instead, which will leave no lasting impression or any holes in your skin.

A common problem with piercings is that they are great for awhile, but then the person gets sick of them after a year or two. Although the skin will usually close up on its own, in some cases it will linger for some time, being prone to infection. The loose flap of skin that is left behind by a large hole is not pretty, either, which defeats the purpose of having put in body jewelry for most people. That’s why fake body jewelry is a safe alternative that provides all of the same trendy appeal. With today’s designs, no one will even know that the ring that you’re wearing isn’t going all the way through your skin.

Body Piercing

Wednesday, March 23rd, 2011

Body piercing has been practiced by many peoples all over the world. This habit dates all the way from ancient times. The oldest mummified body discovered so far with an earring is that of Ötzi the Iceman (from about 3300 BC), which was found in an Austrian glacier. The earring measured 7-11mm in diameter.

* Nose piercing has been common in India since the 16th century.
* Tongue piercing was popular with the elite of Aztec and Maya civilization, though it was carried out as part of a blood ritual and such piercings were not intended to be permanent.
* Ancient Mesoamericans wore body jewelry in their ears, noses, and lower lips, and such decorations continue to be popular amongst indigenous peoples in these regions.

In the United States, it became quite poplar only after the 60′s, when it was adopted by women and men in the hippie and gay communities, and later the punk subculture, they used most body jewelry.

By the 1980s, male ear piercing had become somewhat common in the United States, although men usually only pierced one of their ears. Today, single and multiple piercing of either or both ears is extremely common among Western women, and fairly common among men.

Body piercing is returning to the mainstream of modern Western cultures as attitudes and values change. Piercings that don’t conform to cultural norms – for example, facial piercings or ear piercings for men – can still be considered inappropriate.

While some people consider body modification with Body Jewelry to be a sign of non-conformity, others deride body piercing as trendy. This can at times lead to prejudice or cognitive bias against those with piercings or visible signs of past piercings.

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