Tiny diamond nose piercing Hot Conversation

Ok folks. I am a 64+ y.o. Young at heart, and hopefully don’t dress too young for my age. I love the tiny, tiny diamond nose piercing — so cute. I have one. I don’t think I am having a mid-life crisis but need some input. Is it totally gross to be this age and have a very discreet diamond in my nose?

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16 Responses

  1. Sunblossom Sunblossom says

    In my opinion, yes, but to each his own.

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  2. Generic Image SIZZELN says

    Tex, Not in my opinion! If you had gotton it when you were 29 yo, and have grown into 64 yo, you would still have the same piercing! Women have been programmed after 50 to look and wear old looking clothes! You can be fashionable, chic and grown, just make sure you’re that!..TRACK :-)

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    • Generic Image Tex says

      Thanks TRACK. I am not ready to hop in those ‘old lady’ clothes, walk stooped over and shuffle along with the others.  Until that day comes, I am going to enjoy life, live a little dangerously ( to me that is the piercing) and smell the roses along the way.

      I do appreciate everyone’s response whether they were for or against.  Thanks gals.

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      • fayetteSIPP fayetteSIPP says

        My mother hated when people wanted to tell older women what was too young clothes…if yo can’t decide how to dress by the time you are past 50….you will never please everyone anyway…the main thing is to find the balance and even then it is a matter of who is drawing the line?

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    • fayetteSIPP fayetteSIPP says

      right on @:)

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  3. Generic Image KGrandma says

    I think that at 64, you get to decide what you want to wear, how you style your hair, what you want to tattoo or pierce, who you live with/not, etc. No one should tell you what’s right for you. That said, I think nose piercings and tattoos are tacky — on everyone — young, old, and in between. (Full disclosure: when I had my ears pierced in about 1965, my father threatened to disown me. My daughter hid her navel ring from me for years, and my son does not discuss the humongous tatoo on his back.)

    I got on a plane a few weeks ago and there was a young man sitting in one of the seats who had bright yellow spiked hair and a minimum of 50 piercings in his face. He even had spikes in his forehead. I boldly stared at him, horrified and nauseated, since I believe that was the reaction he hoped for, and I thought that after all that pain he should at least get what he wanted.

    One thing continues to concern me. How on earth do you blow your nose? Or am I happier not knowing?

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    • Generic Image Tex says

      You blow your nose the same way you always did!  :)

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    • watermusic watermusic says

      The young man might not have had that in mind. I had a hairdresser once who was the quintessential Southern Bell…..except for a slew of tattoos. I asked her about the reason out of curiosity.  She came from a small southern town where her father was a prominent mister. She said that she was never seen for herself and that the tats were a way of being seen for herself. BTW,  her father understood and didn’t have a problem with it.  Many people get tats and piercings to commemorate events in their lives.  It’s not for me but it’s fascinating art form and for many people a rite of passage. We need to mark passages but don’t in our culture. For the record, that’s one theory for gangs. Sorry to thread jack, KGrandma.

       Do whatever floats your boat.  I like them on other people but it’s not for me either. I have my ears pierced and that’s enough. 

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  4. Generic Image dillin257 says

    I think it’s totally your decision, just look in the mirror and go with what you think. I don’t think we all have to be the same , it probably makes you very interesting.

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    • Generic Image Tex says

      I’m sure that discussions will occur because of it.  Interesting? — I don’t know about that.

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  5. fayetteSIPP fayetteSIPP says

    I have my ears pierce, when I was 20, the  old fashion way with a needl;e and thread, wasn’t too painful, later I wanted a second set…went to the mall and the pain of having someone clamp down on my ear with a tool that looked like a pair of pliers!!!! I would have stopped with the one but didn’t want o be off balance so did the second….no more piercing anywhere for me..but I think the diamond in the nose is really cute I know woman who is 75+ who has one it looks cute and a little sexy or feminine…I’m just a big baby when it come to needles…Tattoos my son has several definite ones with great meanings done discreetly, the ones on the face and neck I don’t understand wanting to be a walking billboard without the ability to change the message…but to each his own,,,what you are asking about is mild in comparison to what is out there like ……ring or balls on tongue ..OHHHHHHHH looks painful and keeps me wondering “What for?”

    The one thing a bout a little diamond ring in the nose …it is easy to close up and let it go if you get tired  or want a change.

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  6. ThurmanLady ThurmanLady says

    We should be able, at this point in our lives, to do what we want to do for whatever reason.  I happen to think that a nose piercing with a tiny diamond is quite pretty on many women.  I’ve thought about it and kidded about doing it, but have decided to stick to tattoos.  I have two, the first one done many years ago and the second one about 3 years ago.  I’m hoping to do another for my 60th birthday.

    Meanwhile, I’ll wear my long gray/white hair, my long flowing dresses and do whatever I darn well please!  We’ve all earned at least that much. ♥

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  7. tj tj says

    Tex…I say if you like it then then  don’t worry about what anybody else thinks about it.  I don’t think it is gross at all.  You have earned the right at 64+ to wear a tiny nose diamond if you want to. 

    I don’t like tattoos or piercings (except for ears) for myself.  When my oldest daughter got a naval piercing I freaked out and then when she got a large tattoo on her left shoulder blade I hated it… but didn’t tell her that. 

    Everyone has to do what is right for them.

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