Silver Nordgård
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Back in 2007, my mother proposed I get my nostril pierced. It was obviously a joke, as I was 10 years old at the time. Either way, I ended up getting my nostril done at a hairdresser with a piercing gun. A couple years later, I started experimenting with a lot worse equiptment than that. 0/10 would recommend, as piercings are not a DIY hobby.
I bet my parents thought I was an inexplicably unusual girl.
Now 14 years after getting my first piercing, my parents were amazed to find that the "freaky piercing stuff" I experimented with in my youth, has actually become my profession. Ultimately my folks have come to appreciate my role in professionalizing and promoting piercing.
It is not just sunshine and flowers though. The hardest part of my job is seeing botched piercings and hearing horrible stories from people who have suffered unnecessary pain, infection and frustration at the hands of unqualified piercers.

Unfortunately there is no spesific education for body piercers, but I do have relevant education and University exams:
Microbiology
Anatomy
Physiology
Endocrinology
Biochemistry
Pathology
Pharmacology
Clinical Psychiatry
Nutrition
Pedagogy

 

Please contact me if you have any questions!

Best regards,

Silver Piercing Bergen
 

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