Ashley Piercing, also called Racoon Piercing, is a special form of Ashley Piercing. The Ashley Piercing is pierced diagonally through the lower lip, from the outside in. One ball is visible on the red of the lower lip, a second is hidden inside the mouth, also on the lower lip. An Ashley Piercing looks very good, especially on women with beautiful full lips. Many pop stars have shown it. Perhaps you too are thinking of getting an Ashley Piercing. Then you should know a lot about it. The term labret piercing goes back to the Latin word labrum – lip.
Ashley Piercing also belongs, appears for the first time in ethnographic books of the 18th century. This time was shaped by the spirit of research and they meticulously researching, describing and measuring foreign and exotic peoples. Ashley Piercing the goal wasn’t always a good one. Often you wanted to prove the superiority of your own race. But that’s only marginally. Ashley Piercing and the Ashley Piercing were found in many non-European peoples and also historically the Ashley Piercing could be proven in very old societies. In Asia, Africa and America, Ashley Piercing has always been part of many cultures. Old ceramic figures from America show particularly extreme and large Ashley Piercing. But even with African peoples like the Dogon or Nuba, lip piercings were stretched so far that they were ultimately suitable for wearing so-called lip plates.
Ashley Piercing In the Asia region, Ashley Piercing was often part of initiation rites. In the case of the Incas and Aztecs, early caste societies in North America, the lip jewelry indicated belonging to a certain social class. In the case of Indian tribes in Brazil, the lip stake was mandatory for members of the tribe. In the Yanomami, a matriarchal society, children already wear Ashley Piercing on their lower lip.