If you’re looking at getting a male intimate piercing, you’ve come to the right place! We’re here to answer any questions you may have, and help you with booking your appointment.
Types of Male Genital Piercings
Prince Albert (PA Piercing)
The Prince Albert piercing is the most popular of male genital piercings. The PA piercing, pierces through the skin at the tip of the penis. Or if you are after the technical terms, the piercing enters at the frenulum and exits at the urethra.
The Prince Albert piercing has some great benefits – a popular one being sexual pleasure. In most cases, this can boost sensitivity for yourself and adds an extra texture for your partner.
A Frenum piercing is one of the most common first penis piercings. A Frenum piercing pierces through the loose skin on the underside of the penis. Placement is usually around a circumcision scar for circumcised clients, or further back if you are uncircumcised. The placement is on a very sensitive area, so has some great sexual benefits for both you and your partner!
Guiche piercings are a unisex piercing, however far more common for males. A guiche piercing, piercesd horizontally through the perineum. The jewellery sits in the skin underneath your scrotum (between your bum cheeks and anus).
Other Intimate Piercing
Lesser common male piercings include: apadravya, ampallang, deep shaft, king’s crown, foreskin, hafada, lorum, magic cross or pubic piercings.
Does my size or if I am circumcised play a role at all?
In most cases – no! However, if you have any concerns or questions, it would be best to give your local salon a call and book in for a consult (this is a highly specialised piercing – so not all salons offer it, best to give your local Essential Beauty a call).
How is this piercing done?
Male intimate area piercings are highly specialised and are performed only by piercers who have a lot of experience in performing male genital piercings.
The process of your piercing will be similar to the below:
Your piercer will use gloves to sterilize the area
Mark the entry and exit points of the piercing
They will pierce through the marked area, you should take deep breaths while they insert the needle
Forceps are used to gently hold the skin while they insert jewellery
Clean and bandage the area
To receive an intimate genital piercing you must be at least 18 years old, it is very important to bring a photo ID with you on the day.
Book Your Appointment
To enquire, call your local salon or visit an Essential beauty location today. Not all salons offer this service, so please call ahead to make sure!