Piercing Experiences: Leah's Nipple Piercing Video

by Body Candy


Money Shot: 0:20 and 0:52

So you're thinking of getting your nipples pierced, but you're not sure what to expect? Lucky for you, we decided to show you. Watch as our friend Leah gets hers done!

We tagged along as Leah went to see our awesome piercing professional friend James, at American Skin Art here in Buffalo, NY.

James cleans the area around Leah's nipples to make sure everything is germ-free and sanitized. Clamps are used to make sure that the nipple and skin surrounding is held steady. Leah takes a deeeeeep breath and James pushes the piercing needle through her nipple. Phew! That's it. Looks almost painless, doesn't it?!

A straight barbell is inserted into the piercing, ball ends are fastened on and James then moves onto the second nipple to repeat the process. And that's it! Brand new nipple piercings in less than one minute.

Leah's final reaction to her brand new nipple piercings is exactly the same as anyone I know who's had theirs done. "It doesn't even hurt, it's like it's not even there."

Healing Time: Typically 6-9 months for females, 3-4 months for males
Jewelry Style: 14 gauge straight barbell or circular ring

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  • A

    Alley (Body Candy Team)

    Hi Bella,

    14g 9/16 nipple jewelry is very common!

    This decision is ultimately up to you; there’s no reason to downsize/size up unless you want to/have to… Check out all the cool stuff at your current size before you make any decisions either way!


  • B


    I hit my healing mark but I don’t know if I should keep the same size? What should I do. I have a 14gauge most likely 9/16

  • L

    Lana Myers

    I waited until I was 50 to get mine done. They are my most favorite ones. My guy that did mine was a total sweetheart. He talked me through the whole process. Made me feel like I was a Queen. It stung some, but I wasn’t effected too much. The healing time went fast, I did everything he told me to do no trouble. Still so glad I did it, so is my husband.

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    Alley (Body Candy Team)

    Hey Ashton!

    Everyone’s body is different – I don’t think “unusually small” nipples would look ridiculous with jewelry in them. In fact, getting them pierced might make you love them in a different way!

    If you’re worried about your anatomy, head into a professional piercer – they have experience with all sorts of nipple piercings and can let you know what works best for you.

  • L


    She made that look so easy… When I had mine done I passed out for the first time EVER! And I’ve had spinal fusion surgery and 2 kids without pain meds so that’s saying something lol

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