Earrings in the ears of a cute lady look great. This is a special decoration that not only enhances beauty, but also helps to correct, for example, the wrong oval of the face. Properly selected earrings can make the face rounder and hide an elongated chin or visually stretch chubby cheeks. Today, ears are pierced not only for girls, but also for boys, paying tribute to fashion. Somehow it is sometimes misunderstood. Many of us have strange feelings when we see a boy with earrings in his ears. We will not condemn the actions of parents. Let's talk better about how and at what age it is best to pierce an ear, how to prepare a child for such a cosmetic manipulation.
Important to know
It should immediately be said that a child's ears should be pierced only by a professional and in a normal beauty parlor. What is meant by this? Firstly, a specialist must not only be a professional, but also have experience in such manipulation, which is not very difficult at first glance. The earlobe has many nerve endings. If you do not know exactly where to inject, you can seriously damage the he alth of the client. Second, pay attentionattention to the office itself. Cleanliness and sterility must be everywhere. A well-equipped room is required. Be sure to need a chair that is comfortable for both the beautician and the child. After all, this is a very delicate work - piercing the ears of children. The price of this procedure is low. The price usually includes a disposable set of medical gold earrings. Thirdly, the cosmetologist must certainly be able to communicate with a small client. The child may be frightened during the procedure and not let it finish.
It's easy to pierce an ear
I remember how a child's ears were pierced at the end of the last century. It becomes scary. An employee of a hairdresser's or beauty salon would seat the child in a huge uncomfortable chair and, with the help of a long knitting needle, prick the earlobe with a sharp movement. After that, there were long attempts to put the decoration brought by my mother into the hole made. Often, during threading, the earring rested against the ear cartilage, which caused pain. All in all, the procedure was not for the faint of heart. Fortunately, today piercing a child's ears is much easier and faster, and also absolutely painless. The beautician wields a special gun, which is loaded with a disposable stud earring made of medical gold. A second, cotton - and an ornament is already flaunting in the ear. No blood flows from the wound. The child does not even have time to get scared.
At what age to pierce ears
About the best age to pierce a child's ears,there are several opinions. Some say that it is possible up to a year, while others advise waiting at least a few years, others, in general, advise not to inject until the child himself wants to have jewelry in his ears. Let's figure it out? So, you decided to pierce your ears immediately after birth or for a child under one year old. Of course, having matured, the baby will not even remember what was done to him in the beauty parlor. But consider two things. Firstly, a small client may be frightened, and this will definitely come back to haunt him in the future. Secondly, after piercing, it is necessary to take care of the ear until the wound heals. And this will cause discomfort and anxiety of the child. He just might not let mom treat the injection site. It is probably better to lead a child when he is at least three years old. At this age, children can already answer whether they even want to have such an ornament in their ear. It is important to prepare and talk about how the ears are pierced to the child, and also to inform him that it is necessary to constantly disinfect the puncture after that in order to heal the wound. He must be mentally prepared.
Of course, only parents can make the final decision at what age to get their ears pierced. But before you give your child into the hands of a beautician, weigh everything. Also, don't skimp. It is better to get your ears pierced in a private (albeit expensive) and professional beauty parlor than in a dubious barbershop with an incompetent specialist. And remember, the beautician must wash your hands and put on sterile gloves in front of you.