The neck or collar bone piercing is also most commonly known as Madison piercing. It is paced in the front of the neck, most often in between your collarbones where the flesh is more and hence it gets its name from the placement area. It can also refer to any kind of other piercing which is placed along the collar bone, no matter what the position it.
Collar bone piercing is a part of the neck piercing which covers any part and side of the neck including the adam’s apple down to your throat and collar bones until the hairline and up the area near your ears. When people talk of neck piercing, they also include the nape of the neck which is one of the most common placement options for people who choose to get this kind of piercings.
The madison or the collar bone piercing just moves along the collar bone of the wearer. You can do any kind of neck or collar bone piercing like a surface or a dermal piercing. In fact, the trend of getting Madison/ collar bone and neck piercing has been rising so much that even celebrities are intrigued by it and some of them have even gotten it done!
Here’s a bit of a difference about the surface and dermal collar bone and neck piercing as well as the list of celebrities who have got it done!
Surface Collar Bone Piercings
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Surface collar bone piercing is different because they have an entry and an exit point which is made by removing a small piece of the flesh using a needle. A surface bar is pushed inside the created space and it comes out from the other end. Each end of the bar has some kind of jewel that remains exposed, the bar, on the other hand, remains inside the skin.
Surface piercings are more prone to migration and rejection because they are super close to the surface of the skin. But the good news for the people who get their surface piercing done on their neck has lesser chances of getting their piercings rejected. No matter where you get your piercing done, looking out for a skilled piercer and following good aftercare will definitely help you avoid any kind of problems that are related to a piercing gone bad.
Dermal Collar Bone Piercings
Dermal piercing is the kind of pricing that goes deep within the layers of the skin by piercing the dermis. It is not like Surface piercing which has an open and exit point and has only one single point for fixing in the jewel. The jewel sits on top of the skin while the piercer puts in the anchor in the removed part of the skin,
Usually, dermal piercing is done using a dermal punch and people wear a diver with it which has a sharp edge and a very decorative top that could be any material available. Other methods of punching in the skin can be done by using needles and a small scalpel. The anchor is then inserted inside the space which runs parallel to the skin. The decorative top of the jewel gets attached to the anchor.
The anchors are better chosen by people because the jewels get changed in this kind of piercings. Thus you can change whatever the jewel according to the occasion. Many people get multiple piercings in a row and mix the designs. On the other hand, if you decide to go with the dermal punch and diver, keep in mind that you’ll require to exclude the jewelry completely if you fancy switching things up.
List of Celebrity With Collar Bone Piercing
Cassie Ventura Collar Bone/ Neck Piercing
Cassie Ventura got herself pierced with a dermal piercing right in the middle of her collar bones on her throat. It looks pretty interesting and the design of the jewel is quite simple and basic!