Princess Diana Piercings

Princess Diana Piercings are an alternative for women who are not anatomically suited for Triangle Piercings. Princess Diana Piercings are placed in the same way as Vertical Hood (VCH) Piercings, except that they're done on either side of the hood (usually in pairs, with one on each side) instead of in the center. The Princess Diana Piercing was invented by Elayne Angel when a woman named Diana traveled a long way to have Elayne give her a Triangle Piercing. When she arrived, Elayne found that Diana wasn't a good candidate for a Triangle Piercing. Rather than send the woman away disappointed, Elayne came up with a different placement that would work with Diana's anatomy. Elayne named the piercing after her client and added "Princess" to it since Princess Diana was in the news a lot at the time due to her untimely passing.
Princess Diana Piercings are an alternative for women who are not anatomically suited for Triangle Piercings. Princess Diana Piercings are placed in the same way as Vertical Hood (VCH) Piercings, except that they're done on either side of the hood (usually in pairs, with one on each side) instead of in the center. The Princess Diana Piercing was invented by Elayne Angel when a woman named Diana traveled a long way to have Elayne give her a Triangle Piercing. When she arrived, Elayne found that Diana wasn't a good candidate for a Triangle Piercing. Rather than send the woman away disappointed, Elayne came up with a different placement that would work with Diana's anatomy. Elayne named the piercing after her client and added "Princess" to it since Princess Diana was in the news a lot at the time due to her untimely passing.

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