#tinkering with a slip on/in #silicone strap system.
This was the first test just to see how #snug it would be...
It’s very tight but I am still able to #wiggle fingers a bit.
You can do finger moves like when you’re #bouldering and you use your hand and fingers to wedge in and then flatten your hand/fingers and the thing slips right off.
I had originally intended to do a flexible #membrane Hull as well but that needs more thought....
This does to but now I believe that it’s worth iterating on.
Would be cool to see if others have tried this....
❤️@lindsaylulu22 Where do I start? First, Happy Birthday! I love you to the moon and back. I could not ask for a better friend! You are an amazing human being who is so full of light and love that has changed my life for the best. Thank you for sharing all these amazing memories with me. I can’t wait for many more to come! #sinickel#choochoo#Snug &Flute ✨
Does it hurt? Is it quick? 💭
All piercings are likely to hurt a bit (like a sharp pinch) - it is a needle going through your body to make a hole after all - but I do my best to make each piercing as quick and painless as possible without rushing it. It makes no sense for me not to (as illustrated by the image accompanying this post)
Getting a piercing can be a bit scary for some people and that’s completely fine. 9 times out of 10 it’s the anticipation of the piercing rather than the piercing itself that makes you anxious. I’m happy to talk through procedures with you or telling you as little as possible about what’s going on depending on what you prefer. You can back out at any time up to me actually piercing you, but I don’t suggest you do- a few more seconds and the piercing would be done! Backing out of a piercing you want often leads to people going through the whole process again - the anticipation, the mental preparation etc - which may make you more anxious than you were the first time.
If you have any questions or concerns you’d like to go through before booking in, you’re more than welcome to DM me 🖤