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Discussion in 'General' started by loopster, Mar 20, 2012.

  1. Living on my own. Lovin it Savin all sorts of money and I really want to get my ears gauged bad and was curious how fast I can safely get them to pencil eraser big lol I don't know sizes
     
  2. I hate livin' on my own...Not savin' shit with school.

    Largest that I know for starting out was a five gauge, typical I think is a seven...Pencil eraser? Fuck, man, go for a donut.:cool:
     
  3. huh?:confused:
     
  4. I thought gauges were in even numbers lol? I've never heard of a 5 or 7...Isn't the normal like 16 or 18? I'd say you could get to an 8g pretty quick, it's not too big.
     
  5. Funny you should ask but gauge is a size, google image "gauge chart" and a lot of them will appear.
    The safest is to stretch one size at a time, leaving a few weeks between stretch so that your skin can heal. If you bleed after a stretch it means you didn't wait long enough and your ear wasn't ready to do it.
    If you stretch too fast your ears will blowout and will look gnarly for a long time and hurt for a while.
     
  6. Largest you can start with is i think a 3 or a 5 :confused:
     
  7. Actually a standard ear piercing is around 16gauge or 18 gauge. Some piercers can punch out a small section of your ear according to size, but that's like surgery to go back to normal.

    Say you start at 16 G, then you go to 14, 12, 10, 8, 6, 4, 2, 0, 00 then into fractions. There are half sizes but they aren't as common.
     
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