Pierced portrait About these ads Rate this:Share this postShareFacebookStumbleUponTwitterPinterestGoogleRedditEmailTumblrLinkedInLike this:Like Loading... Related 42 Comments Love from me, glad to see you! Your have stunning eyes, love — and those lashes! I know women who would sell their souls for eyes like yours! You are beautiful, my friend, and you must be beginning to believe it, because I don’t recall any closeups of your face before. This deserves a celebration — I’m going to pull the shade, put on some music, and dance! Haha, I’m not throwing back your compliment, but it’s a nightmare having long eyelashes! I can’t wear sunglasses without it hurting; I know, first world problem ;) Thank you so much Judith! I never thought about that — I can see how they’d be a big problem. But they are still lovely, as are your eyes themselves. Try not to let mother’s criticism strike too hard — she is trying to keep you close, because if she doesn’t, she’ll feel abandoned for a little while. Thank you Judith. I try. 8-) I used to have that problem when I wore specs and I would push them all the way to the top of the bridge of my nose. But I don’t have particularly long lashes (which is why the curved lenses of sunglasses don’t pose a problem at all). I get on much better with expensive sunglasses because the lenses tend to be more curved. I only have cheap ones with almost flat lenses, so that doesn’t help. Lovely!! Thank you! Your eyes are really beautiful :) I’ve always wondered this for people with nose piercings, so I’ll ask you: Doesn’t it get messy when you have a cold? :P Good point! Doesn’t it get in the way!? It does! It’s a nightmare; I have two nose rings and a septum ring, and the medusa (upper lip) piercing as a habit of, er, leaking when I have a cold. It’s impossible to blow your nose, I haven’t managed it for years! Oh, sounds really annoying! LOL. wishing you less colds in the future! Maaaan! That must suck. Hope you don’t get colds often. A septum ring! If it’s through the cartilage, OUCH. And I guess nose piercings mean you can’t pinch your nose shut ever, right? Though that’s trivial if you can hold your breath without doing that. Ohhh lip piercings! More questions: When you brush or rinse your mouth, doesn’t it leak? I get colds all the time :( It’s a nightmare! Sometimes I just take them out if it’s particularly bad. The septum isn’t through the cartilage; that’d hurt like nothing else :/ Some people do get it done through it, but it’s not something most piercers will do. I’ve seen a video of a great big bear-like guy having his septum done through the cartilage and he cried like a baby. I’m not surprised! I can hold my nostrils shut, because I have rings in. It feels weird though. My lip piercing doesn’t leak, but my upper lip (medusa) does leak sometimes if I’m drinking something hot; the heat loosens the piercing and I end up with tea all down my face. Classy. Even talking about nose piercings through the cartilage makes me feel pain :P Okay, I hadn’t thought of that. How does tea reach your upper lip? Wouldn’t it usually rest in your mouth, behind the teeth and not reach the piercing? :/ Or are you talking about when you have the tip the cup over? Haha, the idea of going through cartilage in the middle of my face makes me wince! I have no idea how it reaches it. I always thought I drank normally, but maybe I don’t. It just seems to leak out! Ugh, to eyelashes like yours! Beautiful! Cool pic! Ha, I’ll repeat what I said above; it’s not all it’s cracked up to be! Thank you <3 I’ve nominated you for the Reader Appreciation Award! http://hawkruh1.wordpress.com/2012/06/01/809/ Thank you! So much :) They say eyes are windows to the soul. With such beautiful eyes you must have a beautiful soul. <3 What a lovely thing to say; you've right cheered me up! I miss my wife’s nose piercing. She had to take it out when she started working. I always thought it complimented her beauty. She is still beautiful without it though. I also understand the problem with long eyelashes. During the times I was deployed to Iraq in the summer, the sweat would always end up on my lashes, and subsequently the interior portion if my Oakley M-Frame lens. Not cool by temperature and reduced visibility. Oh, I can very much identify with sweat getting in eyelashes; it must have been so frustrating in a situation like that. I like it! I’d love to get another labret. I miss it. Labrets are lovely piercings, what’s stopping you? ;) Fear that I could have trouble getting a job because of it. I’m having enough trouble as it is. Ah yeah… it can make it more difficult. I know if I weren’t on disability, I wouldn’t be able to get away with the piercings I have. You are very beautiful. Aw, thank you! I’ve only started reading your blog. I’m sixteen, and haven’t met anyone who I’ve been able to identify with before. I found your blog, ( I can’t remember how) but as I started reading, I felt like you were describing me. You really are a beautiful woman. I adore your freckles. (: Thank you so much; I do admit to being quite proud of my freckles ;) I hated them as a kid. Very nice to meet you luv <3 I noticed your lovely eye lashes before the stud which just made me say ‘ouch’. Hi. CONGRATULATIONS!!! I just nominated you for a Reader Appreciation Award because I love your blog. Check out the rules on my latest post http://infinitesadnessorwhat.wordpress.com/2012/06/03/oops/. And congrats again because I really do enjoy your blog. Thanks :-) Thank you very much Cate! I think I can feel an extra-long awards post coming on ;) You’re beautiful. Thank you <3 I wish I could agree. Lovely portrait – I’m a bit late in informing you, but I nominated you for an award a post or two ago, come grab it at Not Quite Lost if you feel like it. Hugs! Oh, I totally missed that; thank you! I’ve always seen them dangly, that’s nice looking! Heh, thanks! I do have a ring in it now; I call it my pig ring :D I love how they look with bars in though. Send me love. Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google+ account. ( Log Out / Change ) Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of follow-up comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email.