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Point #73: Portfolio Photography: Tips & Tricks – Marina Pecorino

Marina Pecorino Managing Editor of Content & Statistics In the grand scheme, our industry is young, but in reference to how we display our portfolios there has been quite a bit of progress throughout our short history. During the inception of […]

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Point #73: From the Editor – Marina Pecorino

Marina Pecorino Managing Editor of Content & Statistics I realized that in planning my pieces for this issue, I composed my outlines in terms of an almost methodical past—present—future format. As

Point #73: From the Editor – Kendra Jane Berndt

Kendra Jane Berndt Managing Editor of Content & Archives Change: it is the only thing that is certain in life (other than death and taxes). So why is it that

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Point #70: Christina Shull-Trends in the Industry

TRENDS IN THE INDUSTRY

CHRISTINA SHULL Integrity Piercing When Alicia Silverstone starred in Aerosmith's “Cryin'” video, she was a young woman dealing with heartbreak by running away and getting her navel

Paul King preparing to pierce Alicia Silverstone’s navel in the Aerosmith
video “Cryin’”

Point #70: Evolution of Our Industry from a Piercer’s Perspective

by Luis Garcia Though it might not seem it to some, our industry is a fairly new one. One of the things I find so amazing about body piercing is

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Point #63: Making Piercing Viral – Social Media Dos & Don’ts

By Julie Taylor and April Berardi, with support from the Outreach Committee

To find out how piercers can use social media effectively,

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Point #62: Making Safe Piercing Viral — Part Three

By Julie Taylor and April Berardi, with support from the Outreach Committee To find out how piercers can use social media effectively, we

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Point #61: Making Safe Piercing Viral – Part Two

By April Berardi and Julie Taylor, with support from the Outreach Committee Most piercers spend a portion of their day monitoring and updating their social media accounts. In issue

Point #60: Making Safe Piercing Viral – Part One

By Julie Taylor and April Berardi, with support from the Outreach Committee Most piercers spend at least a portion of their day monitoring and updating their social media

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Point #60: Social Media for Piercers

By Jef Saunders As moderator for one of this year’s Conference roundtable discussions, my focus was on a topic that fascinates me: social media. We’ve all seen examples

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