1.2mm / 16g to 1.6mm/ 14g
14g is normal for a male lip piercing, 16g is normal for a female lip piercing.
14g to 16g is normal for a male lip piercing, 16g to 18g is normal for a female lip piercing.
18 or 20 gauge
Once any piercing is *seasoned (*over a year old ), so long as the jewellery is appropriate for the piercing in gauge and length or diameter the piercing will not stretch unless you change it to a larger gauge. So will you have this big gaping hole in your lip? Well no, if you stay with the jewellery you are sized to it should stay the same size during the *life of the piercing (* this is for however long you choose to keep the piercing ).
For your upper lip, Left is a monroe piercing. The bottom lip could just be a lip piercing, or labret piercing.
Yes, but you would be streching the hole, like people stretch their ears.
No! Check with the piercer to see what gauge ur lip bar is .... mine is 16g
For a standard nostril piercing, 18 g.
Well, the average earring gauge is 18g and the average lip gauge is 14g-16g so I wouldn't suggest using an earring for your lip because it'd look pretty funny in my opinion.
Depending on the place where you get it done & the standard jewellery they have. It's usually a 14g or a 16g.
Yea,i have a lip piercing and it does that do its natural
It means that he wanted a lip piercing :)