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The Point - Issue 74

Point 74: Tech Tips for the Studio

Julie Taylor & April Thomas APP Outreach Committee We don’t use machines to create beautiful piercings, but for most of us, being a piercer involves much more than the installation of jewelry. As our jobs as body piercers become more […]

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Point 74: Responding to Negative Criticism Online – Courtney Jane Maxwell

Courtney Jane Maxwell Saint Sabrina's The internet has become such an integral part of our marketing, allowing our clients to leave feedback about our service. Sooner or

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Point 74: Communicating Effectively in the Digital Age – Miro Hernandez

Miro Hernandez APP Public Relations Director With the advent of the internet and World Wide Web, times are quickly changing for all. You literally have easy access

The Point - Issue 74

Point 74: From the Editor – Marina Pecorino

Marina Pecorino Managing Editor of Content & Statistics I initially struggled to come up with direction for this editorial, partly because I feel that I’m somewhat of

Point 74: From the Editor – Kendra Jane B

Kendra Jane Berndt Managing Editor of Content & Archives We are in a world where we double tap dozens of times a day, use our smart devices

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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

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

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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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