Classic Jewellery Includes Implant Grade Stainless and Titanium Stud or Rings, depending on the piercing. Additional jewellery and upgrades are available in studio with varying costs. Costs vary depending on specific jewellery needs, please contact the studio for more information.
Photo ID is required for all piercings. Minors 16 years and old may produce their own government issued photo ID and sign for themselves for certain piercings. Minors (aged 15 and under) should be accompanied by their Legal Guardian. Minor and Legal Guardian must have photo ID and the Minor must have government issued ID that shows their birth date.
With two piercers
Ear Rim/ Helix* 75
Forward Helix 75
Anti Tragus 102
Please Note: Photo ID is required for all piercings. You MUST BE 19 or older. Guardians CAN NOT sign for these piercings.
Surface Anchor 161
Surface Piercing 169
Nipple: Single 105
Nipples: Pair 200
with Two Piercers
Inner * 105
Pubic Mound 131
Prince Albert 120
Frenum * 155
* Piercings that can be done at an apprentice rate in our Kamloops studio- please contact the studio for details.
We don't pierce people who aren't into getting pierced, for us that includes infants. We find at about four a child can be excited, follow simple instructions and have developed enough ear lobe to support a piercing that will be less likely to shift as they grow.
We prefer to book in ear lobe piercings with two
trained professional piercers who can both pierce and insert the jewellery in the same moment.
This helps keep the actual piercing experience quick and easy. Most children describe the feeling as "hot" rather than "painful".
We never use "guns" for piercing. All of our tools are sterilized at point of use and are fully disposable. Nothing is ever used from client to client.
Our implant grade jewellery is custom fit to leave an appropriate amount of room for cleaning and healing.
So a really wonderful thing happened today: we got to pierce our daughter.
Ella has been talking about getting her ears pierced for a year and a half, whenever the conversation came up we let her know that she could if she was ready. We spoke at length about needing to not touch them and how long it would be until they would heal, how we would help her with cleaning and that the actual piercings would feel hot.
Last night she decided it was time. Arlo jumped in and said he was ready too. Arlo, at three, is still having some accidents with using the potty, so he and I decided it would be a reward for using the potty confidently for two weeks straight.
This morning Ella asked again and we made plans to do it at the end of the day.
She and her dad picked out jewellery together. Pink titanium hoops. We sterilized them and went over the aftercare and then had her sign the paperwork promising she'd follow the instructions.
When it came time to do the actual procedure I didn't know how I, as a mother, would treat her, as a client. Would I do anything differently with my own child? I was surprised to find myself following the familiar routine of conversation and layout and marking I would with any other client. In that moment I realized that I have been doing this right my whole career, I treated this person, who happened to be my four year old daughter, with the same care and attention I do with all my clients.
It was beautiful, her father and I pierced her in tandem (as we do with all children's piercings). She listened to our instructions around breathing and had a moment when the tears might have come, but was quickly reassured by the words, actions and confidence we, her piercers, offered her. (Nennen holding her hand surely helped as well!)
Thank you Ella for trusting us with this big decision