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The best post I have ever seen.

I think I just peed my pants out of happiness.

This is what pranks need to look like



when someones sick and coughs in class




Putting on makeup is such a spiritual experience I watch myself go from a 3 to a 9 right in front of my mirror I love it

no, if you are putting on makeup, I don’t care who you are or what you look like, you go from about a 10 to 1

keep talking shit you gonna go from a basic ass 2 to a 6-feet-under

You are pro abortion because...?


I’m pro-CHOICE. No one WANTS more people to have abortions. I don’t want anyone to be in a situation where they need an abortion, they’re painful and expensive, but I believe they should be available as an option. I advocate for cheaper access to birth control and comprehensive sex ed so that less unwanted pregnancies occur to begin with, and I advocate for more clinics like planned parenthood so that more people can afford pre-natal care and won’t have to have an abortion because they can’t afford a child.

I've heard that some folks purposely use abrasive or exfoliating scrubs or pads to irritate the tissue and expedite the scarring process. Is that something y'all would recommend?





I would NEVER tell anyone to abrade one of my cuttings. I put hours of work into my fine detailing. Rubbing it or brushing it or abrading it would ruin all of that. 

Irritating a healing scarification piece is something for amateurs. Its not something an experienced scarification artist would ever suggest. All the damage that would create a scar is done during the procedure. The aftercare and healing is all about getting a consistent scar. Wrap aftercare will give you super clean edges, abrasive aftercare will give you blurry edges. 

Ask any “scarification artist” suggesting abrasive aftercare how many pieces they’ve done. I’ll guess they’ll tell you they’ve doone a handful, maybe a dozen. Once they’ve done over 100, or over 500, they’ll hopefully figure out better aftercare. 

Check out this healed piece of mine. It would be impossible to get this kind of healing result without non-abrasive, wrapped aftercare. 

That healed piece is spot-on

Megan! :)

ugh that is GORGEOUS