Some people may be allergic to the metal inserted for piercing or to the latex gloves used by the person who is piercing the nose.
2. Rejection Of Ornament
This also is a form of allergy towards the metal used and may compel removal of the pierced ornament. Rejection of the ornament is more of a side effect rather than a disadvantage of nose piercing.
Since the bacteria Staphylococcus aureus colonizes maximally in the nose, nasal piercings have a high chance of getting infected with eventual pus formation.
Mild bleeding may be present occasionally. However, severe bleeding must be reported to the doctor immediately as it may occur usually due to rupture of a blood vessel.
5. Scar Formation
Keloid or scar formation is the commonest complication or a disadvantage of getting the nose pierced. Getting rid of a keloid may prove to be tedious. It can be prevented by proper care after piercing.
6. Blood Donation
The American Red Cross doesn’t lay any guidelines for blood donation after body piercing. Other humanitarian agencies, however, ask people to observe a period of at least 6-12 months after anybody piercing for blood donation.
7. Granulomatous Inflammation
This is a painful and the most dreaded condition after nose piercing. In this condition, the nose stud or nose pin gets embedded into the nasal mucosa. This can cause destruction of the nasal cartilage. This may also obstruct breathing and in such case, the nose studs need to be removed surgically.
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Match primary colors with other primary colors. Red, yellow, and blue always harmonize. These colors are bold and eye-catching, and they never really go out of style.
Consider neutral colors. They tend to be muted colors which include: brown, cream, white, grey, and slate (grayish blue) fall into this category. These are natural, muted colors that match most other colors. They will usually always go together with any color. In fashion, blue denim often is treated as a neutral. When you are deciding what neutrals match your color palette, you need to take color temperature into account. Cool neutrals include a bright white or a blue-black. Warm neutrals include brownish-grey or cream, off-white wall may have an undertone of yellow, for instance.
Try a monochrome look. The classic monochrome look is an all-black or all-white outfit, a sophisticated choice that lends an air of dressiness to your outfit. You can also try a monochrome look in a brighter color, like red or green. The key to making a monochrome look work is finding items in the exact same color. Wearing a bright white top with cream pants is going to clash. To make a monochrome outfit look less extreme, break it up with some neutrals, like beige heels or a brown belt. Another way to spice up a monochromatic look is by wearing an accent color.
Japanese fashion designer Kansai Yamamoto, renowned for his flamboyant creations and work on costumes for singer David Bowie – especially Ziggy Stardust – has died of leukaemia, his company announced earlier today. He was 76-years-old.
Yamamoto was popular for creating bold avant-garde pieces that defied gender norms and featured brilliant colours and patterns.
The designer debuted at 1971 London Fashion Week and became the first Japanese designer to showcase his designs there. His work was a blend of traditional Japanese motifs – including designs from kabuki theatre – with fantasy in bright, bold designs.
His London debut brought him international recognition and it’s also where he built a long-lasting friendship with popular musicians including late English singer-songwriter David Bowie, Elton John and Stevie Wonder.
Yamamoto has also shown his designs in the Tokyo, New York and Paris fashion weeks from 1974 to 1992, according to his company’s website.
His eclectic designs often incorporated elements from Japanese culture. He has famously dressed Bowie in a cape covered in kanji, one of the three Japanese scripts.
On Instagram, in a message in both Japanese and English, his company announced about the designer’s demise a week ago. They said, “It is with immense sadness that we announce that Kansai Yamamoto has passed away on 21 July, 2020 due to acute myeloid leukemia. He was 76 years old.”
“As he fought his illness, he remained always positive, never lost his passion towards creation, and was strongly determined to recover and come back with fully-charged energy to see you again.”