The rapper revealed this week that the pink gemstone he got pierced into his head earlier this year was "ripped" out during a music festival in Miami.
The rapper's face now prominently features a “natural pink diamond,” supposedly worth $24 million.
Sure it's gross, but you're still here.
Nearly four in 10 people born after 1980 have a tattoo, and one in four have a piercing some place other than an earlobe
Say goodbye to those droopy studs.
You're welcome, commitment-phobes.
It's a good kind of pain.
As my children enter their new stage of life and prepare to leave home, I enter a new stage, too. One where I can more completely focus on growing my business, spending more time with my husband and expanding my online show. And that is an exciting and scary thing.
"Mom, it's still me. Please stop making this into such a big deal. I just made a choice to get a nose ring." Suddenly I was
With the holidays upon us, many families will want to avoid contentious issues. They will hide tattoos and piercings. They'll ban from their dinner tables discussion of the traditional taboo subjects. But I wonder if these festive occasions are the best times to catch a glimpse of a new viewpoint.
Guys weigh in on clit and nipple piercings.
A gorgeous pair of earrings is a great accessory -- but what's the deal with the holes in your ears smelling like rotten cheese? Turns out it's a mix of skin cells and natural oils getting clogged all up in there. Um, gross.
Blame it on the rebellious phase.
Septum piercings are everywhere. We've spotted them on slew of celebrities including Rihanna, Lady Gaga, Jessica Biel, Zoë