Tattoos by Tyrone

Triangle Piercing

A triangle piercing is one of several forms of female genital piercing. The piercing passes from side to side, through the base of the clitoral hood tissue where it meets the inner labia and under the clitoris. In addition to serving as adornment, it increases the intensity of sexual stimulation, particularly during sexual intercourse. The name is derived from the tissue where the labia meet the clitoral hood, which looks like a triangle when pinched. This is the only genital piercing that can stimulate the clitoris from behind it, although it does not pass through the clitoris or the clitoral shaft. It is said to be one of the more painful genital piercings because it passes through so much tissue and nerves. Most women do not have the proper anatomical features for this piercing. It requires that the back of the clitoral hood extend outward from the body...

Princess Albertina

Princess Albertina is a female genital body piercing, where a ring enters the urethra and exits through the top of the vagina. This is a relatively rare piercing, as placement is difficult. This piercing requires the bearer to have a large enough urethra for it to be viable. This piercing can be extremely sexually stimulating, as its presence stimulates the nerves of the urethra during intercourse. It is an advanced piercing and many piercers may not be willing or able to perform it. Healing Time: 4 – 12...

Outer Labia

An Outer Labia piercing is located on the two lips that cover the inner labia. Labia majora – Outer Labia are usually hairy, whereas the inner labia is not. Healing Time: 4 – 12...

Inner labia

The inner labia – labia minora is the two hairless lips that run along either side of the vagina. They are hairless, whereas the outer labia, which cover the inner labia and the vagina, are usually hairy. Healing Time: 4 – 12...

Horizontal Clitoris Hood

A clitoral hood piercing is a female genital piercing through the clitoral hood surrounding the clitoris. There are two main types of hood piercing, the vertical clitoral hood piercing and the horizontal clitoral hood piercing. As the name indicates, the difference is in the direction the piercing is oriented in the skin above the clitoris. Neither of these piercings penetrates the clitoris itself. Like most genital piercings, these piercings have relatively short healing times, due to the amount of blood flow to the area. Healing Time: 8 – 12...

Fourchette

A fourchette piercing is a female genital piercing. It is a piercing done at the rear rim of the vulva, in the area of frenulum labiorum pudendi. Many women do not have a pinchable flap of skin in the area, and are not suited for this piercing. If the correct anatomy is present, placement and piercing tends to be relatively easy. Healing Time: 8 – 12...

Clitoris

The Clitoris piercing is located at the top of the vagina, beneath the top hood of the labia. Lift the hood and you will see a ‘pea-shaped’ bump that is the organ, the clitoris. The Clitoris must be of sufficient size to accommodate 16 or 14 gauge jewelry. If it is too small, piercing it will drastically increase the risk of nerve damage. Healing Time: 2 – 12...

Christina

A Christina piercing, also less commonly known as a Venus piercing, is a female genital piercing. It is located where the outer labia meet, below the pubic mound. Unless the recipient has an extremely sympathetic anatomy, Christinas are usually considered surface piercings and have a high rejection rate. Due to anatomical variation, it is not possible with every woman. Healing time: 4 – 16...

Ear – Weaving

Weaving piercing is two or more separate rim (or cartilage) piercings that are joined by one barbell. This procedure can be performed as separate piercings with separate jewelry and allowed to heal individually; but can also be fitted with Medproflex or PTFE , which will decrease the amount of tension placed on the structure of the cartilage itself. The piercer should carefully mark and plan the piercing so the gauge is suitable for all the tissue it travels though. Ear cartilage piercings generally take longer to heal than lobe piercings. 16g or 14g is probably the wisest choice. Healing Time: 10 – 20...

Ear – Verticaltragus

The tragus is the tough fold of cartilage that sticks out, away from the ear, at the entrance to the ear canal. The tragus can vary in size and thickness from person to person and so it can take a curve barbell jewelry 16 gauge. Healing Time: 8 – 16...

Ear – Tragus

The tragus is the tough fold of cartilage that sticks out, away from the ear, at the entrance to the ear canal. The tragus can vary in size and thickness from person to person. Micro jewelry 16 gauge Ball Closure Rings, labrets,horseshoes or barbells can be used . Healing Time: 8 – 16...

Oral – Tongue

A Tongue piercing usually refers to a piercing of the tongue from the underside, vertically through to exit from the surface of the tongue. A piercer should check the tongue thoroughly before the piercing. There are three arterial veins that run from near the tip of the tongue right back along the length of the tongue. The tongue is a muscle and so gets alot of blood pumping into it. The piercer should be very careful NOT to pierce into the arterial vein, often found running down the centre of the tongue. The dimensions of the tongue should also be considered well, before the piercing. Some people are ‘tongue-tied’, a name which refers to people whose Lingula fraenum runs right to the tip of the tongue, preventing the tongue from extending, even a short distance, out of the mouth. Healing Time: 4 – 12...