Piercing has become one of the major trends in Western culture. Ear piercing put into practice in the early 1980's, when modern methods of body piercing have been invented and hygiene. Western culture has no known history or tradition of piercings, but there will be a lot of teenage rebellion and youth ministry, shell bracelet body modification seen with a worship ritual to contribute to a sense of belonging. The scene of body art started on the West Coast and is currently a lot of children and adults around the world to nose rings, eyebrow and lip piercings and earrings are visible tensions. Another aspect of the piercing Pierced play called purely for the senses, do not drill holes in the body permanently, and only for decoration and aesthetics.
Piercing dates back to 4000 years ago in the Middle East and references to "Shanf" (nose ring) in the body. Traditionally, the practice of nomadic tribes and races of Berbers and Bedouins in the Middle East is perceived, is called the wealth and status of women in marriage. In the 16 century in India, was a nose piercing as a fashion trend in the Middle East and the Mughal emperor. nose women tend to get into the left nostril with regard to the principles of Ayurvedic drugs in comparison with the female genital organs, so it is easier childbirth and ease menstrual pain. nose piercing Western hippies came to travel to India during the 1960's fascination with Indian culture and other popular saw in the late 1970's, the punk movement, as against the culture and anti-conservative message.
The ancient Aztecs, Mayans, and American Indian tribes of North-West used to pierce the language, blood, and to appease the gods, often resulting in an altered state of priests or shamans, piercings, to effectively communicate with the gods. Earrings and ear lobes are the first examples of body piercing. has the ear holes in the mummified body found in an Austrian glacier in 1991, showed to be from more than 5000 years. Ear piercing is the symbolism of protection in primitive cultures, to ward off evil spirits in the body through the ears. Ear piercing women are not limited basis "since the Roman Republic grew effeminate with wealth and luxury, earrings were more popular among men than among women with lower back, no, he-man, that Julius Caesar reliability, the use of rings in the ears of people." Jewels and women, romance, magic and the art of female dress, jewelry set
"Marianne Ostier, Horizon Press, New York, 1958
Dogon in Mali and the Nuba of Ethiopia lip piercing for religious implications. In Central Africa and South America, tribes, lips or body piercing done with a slab of wood or clay, the expansion of the lower lip and the top of large proportions. Aztecs and Mayans labret piercing is used for the elderly and decorated with gold snake shape of the upper castes often with slices of polished stones, jade, or Obsidion average. Ivy ivory, wood and abalone shells were used in the tattoo Indians of the Pacific Northwest and Inuit of northern Canada and Alaska. Some of the most extreme examples of lip piercing and stretching ritual Djinji see women in the region of the river Chari Central African Republic and Chad. Tribes to expand their lips women forward as part of the wedding ritual in which her lips up to 24 cm from the young woman stretched into adulthood.
The warrior culture of Iran Jaya, sterling silver jewelry New-gunea and the Solomon Islands Pierce septum with pig tusks, feathers, wood and bone.
Asmat tribe of Jaya Pierce septum to 25 mm with a foot bone, or tibia and pigs killed by the enemy for decoration and prestige. The Aztecs, Maya and Inca pierced the wall of gold and jade, and this custom among the Indians of the Kuna in Panama strain with thick gold rings to be seen. Indigenous tribes in Nepal and India also practice septum piercing. Nose piercing and sections in the north Indian tribe of nomads Himichal-Pradesh and Rajasthan called Bulak is the largest ring in the nose knows. Bulak sometimes with stones and large enough to cover most of the mouth and cheeks are decorated with a lid and should be carried out during the meal. Trailers are included in the septum piercing in Tibet.
In traditional cultures, civilized and sophisticated nipple piercing was created to emphasize the breasts. In the mid-14 th century was Queen Isabella of Bavaria dress with a cut going to the navel, exposing her breasts. This type of dress led to jewelry with diamond rings, piercing nipples and pacifiers, extension chain and more. This type of piercing appeared again in 1890 in Paris, where "rings are sold in" and was fashionable upper class social circles.