Like this page? Then share it!
dreadlocks shampoo
Dreadlocks Forums

how to remove blow outs??? advice plsssss

Mark Bonello
@mark-bonello
11 years ago
5 posts
i got blow outs cos i streached my ears fast..what can i do to remove them??
updated by @mark-bonello: 01/13/15 08:35:31PM
☮ soaring eagle ॐ
@soaring-eagle
11 years ago
29,485 posts
ask in the body mods group..but im 99% sure your screwed best u can do is go to a dr and try to get some reconstructive surgery


--
30 years growing dreadlocks the natural way
My dreads are over 10 feet long

also on the board of, and a student glider pilot with freedoms wings international - soaring for people with disabilities
Mark Bonello
@mark-bonello
11 years ago
5 posts
okok will do :) tnx soaringeagle said:
ask in the body mods group..but im 99% sure your screwed best u can do is go to a dr and try to get some reconstructive surgery
Mark Bonello
@mark-bonello
11 years ago
5 posts
last year i removed my tunnels cos i tought they would close a bit and they will heal properly but nothing happened..now i'll check with the clinic or some tattooists here. tnx :)
Mark Bonello
@mark-bonello
11 years ago
5 posts
i have had blowouts in a year and a half i think :/ once i tried to down size 5 sizes but they were still there after a month :S now i'll try to check with te clinic and i'll see what they will tell me..or ask some tattooist to remove them for me with the scarification blade or some sort of blade.. tnx for the advice rodney :) Rodney said:
it all depends on how long ago this happened. blowouts happen when you stretch too fast. the newer it is the more likely your chance for removing the blowout. the number one thing you need to do is step down a size, maybe two, so your ear can heal properly. if you let it heal in the condition of the blowout THAT'S when you're more than likely "screwed". but yeah, if the blowout is more recent downsize immediately and treat it like a fresh piercing, meaning plenty of sea salt washes and aftercare.
Dislike 0

Tags

comments powered by Disqus
privacy policy Contact Form