What should you not do at a piercing shop?
Don’t change your jewelry yourself, and especially not in the bathroom (ew, G-E-R-M-S!). Ask your piercer to put sterilized jewelry in for you. Don’t touch any of your piercer’s tools or other sterile supplies during the piercing process. Your piercer’s wearing gloves, you’re not.
How much should a piercing cost?
A body piercing typically costs $20 to $55 for earlobes, ear cartilage or cheek. A body piecing typically costs $30 to $65 for the eyebrow, nose, navel or nipple.
Can you get pierced at Spencers?
Not every piercing is for everyone, and that’s okay! Take your time deciding if you want a cartilage piercing, and speak with a professional to make sure you’re making the best decision you can for your body. If you decide that you want one, Spencer’s has tons of cute cartilage piercings to choose from.
How do I choose a piercing shop?
What to Look for in a Piercing Shop:
- Cleanliness: When you walk into a studio, check the walls, ceiling, and floor.
- Business License: Any legitimate shop should have a license to operate.
- Certifications: Ask your piercing if he or she is APP-certified.
- Sterility: Make sure your piercing artist uses an autoclave.
What piercings are least likely to get infected?
You should choose gold earrings, as this metal is less likely to cause an infection in newly-pierced ears. The earrings should also be post earrings, or small earrings that sit in your earlobe. By choosing a good piercer and earrings, you lessen your chances of getting an infected piercing.
How old do you have to be to buy a piercing at Spencers?
18 to get pierced for anything. You can come in by yourself at 18.
What are Spencers piercings made of?
You know Spencer’s as THE store to get all your favorite body jewelry, from nose rings to tongue rings and beyond. Now, our selection is even more exciting because we’ve just added new body sensitive jewelry options made entirely of ASTM-F136 grade titanium.
How do you know if a piercing shop is safe?
Before getting your piercing, you should always check for these signs of a safe piercing environment:
- The piercer washes their hands with germicidal soap.
- The piercer wears fresh disposable gloves.
- The shop is clean.
- The shop uses an autoclave (a special sterilizing machine).
- The equipment is sterilized or disposable.