That is a major distraction. Some are good, some can be great. Better yet, will your wife? To me they appear feminine. I'm not a guy so I couldn't say, but when I had my labret pierced my mom insisted that guys would be put off by it. Considering it's my body that's the only thing that matters Plus it doesn't hurt or offend anyone else so there is no harm in how I pierce my body. This is something that is going to be for you not your partner.
Who cares if guys like it? I know that girls find this sort of stuff cute, but do you guys find it cute? Research shows that men are attracted to women with piercings in the same way they are drawn to tattoos. I honestly don't think it's going to get your breasts more attention unless of course your topless. But I have no experienced it, so it's just a guess. Watch the video here to find the answer: What motivates women to get nipple piercings? But generally speaking if I see a chick with a tounge ring the first thing I think of is her sucking my cack. On the other side of the coin you can have horrible cartoon tweety pie stuck on some hideous woman's shoulder which she paid cousin paul a fiver for and it looks terrible and but they both get tarred with the same brush. Guys, on the other hand, have relatively few options for self-styling beyond , , and your. Honestly what I've found is no one notices.
Though not the most preferred, the nipple piercing is at least never considered a turn off. You should do the same. One of those things is nipple piercing which has become a norm today. Small breasts look great on petite women. Do guys really like nipple piercings? I have mine for almost two years now, Guys that told me they don't like them, changed their minds after seeing it can look pretty decent.
That is where all of this started , not necessarily in Boston ,but in the Thrash Metal and Hardcore Music crowds. And as an added bonus the increased sensitivity is a big plus!!!!! Like if a girl wore high waisted mom jeans, that's not part of who the girl is. Your Answer Tongue rings are for circus folk and side shows. It's not as bad because it's still in the ear, but I'm not big on upper ear or multiple piercings; they actually hurt a girl's attractiveness in my eyes. You may attract the wrong type of guy with piercings and tattoos. I guess I grew up though.
I can see why you would want to know how they feel about it, but to be honest a lot of people have such a negative look on it. I don't wear huge things, I like them small. And that can often not be gotten back even after the piercing is removed. And depending on the type of job you have it may be difficult to leave the ring in during the healing process. Changing them for some more fashionable jeans wouldn't change her in the least, but she might look more appealing to a lot of people. I have my ears pierced and my nose, but only have a very very small jade stud in it.
Personally I love piercings, but I think they need to enhance not dominate. Nipple piercings would equally turn me off on big or small breast alike. To be honest though, I've seen more bad than good. So it really depends on what girls are you attracted to, which ones do you want to attract and also, and most importantly. Does it depend on the person? With nipple piercing, you may have to say goodbye to some sexy open knits, mesh and tight tops, which can cause untold pain if you try them on. You will see girls exposing nipple accessories in photos and images online. Myself ya I love nipple piercings, and other piercings.
Style is not connected to soul. During that time I only dated one guy who actually liked all of my piercings. Remember often, less is more. How do men feel about women with such piercings? I am very sensitive to metal so I don't want to push my luck. But the important thing is that I like it. I'm only speaking from my experience but if you want it, do it. My advice to you, regardless of what you read or hear.
A nose piercing is not who you are, it is part of the image you are presenting. I just feel like so many people who have either tattoos or piercings, or both, got them done without really thinking about 10, 20, and 30 years in the future. And if in a few years I decide I'm over them, all I do is take out the earring and let them heal over. Don't do it for any one else but yourself. Who knows, you may find other cute sides of you.