WHAT DO YOU DO WITH YOUR LABIA POST-SURGERY?
There are many jewelry designers in the market selling some pretty inspirational pieces of bling. And then there are people who like to make jewelry as a hobby. One British model turned fashion blogger has been in the jewelry hobby business recently. Making glittery artifacts out of her recently operated labia. No, really. Tracy Kiss, 28-years-old, had labiaplasty surgery due to a cyst that caused a lot of friction in that area. She decided to blog intricately about the surgery and her one of a kind left-over parts in a charm post-surgery.
CUT UP PARTS MEAN CUT UP ONE OF A KIND PENDANTS AND CHARMS
She decided to save her cut off labia parts and make something beautiful out of them. She made a one-of-a-kind choker out of them! Now she blogs and vlogs about it. If you watch the clip, she pretty much walks you through making a charm like this. She mixes and paints and peels and dips, with all sorts of crafty tools. Her labia turned gray due to the surgical fluid it was preserved in. So, she painted her labia a shimmering red with glitter. And then had it encased in a compound!
WEARS CHOKER ALL THE TIME AND LOVES IT
She is very happy with the pendant. No one really notices it or knows what it is, which makes it really special. The only people who know are her thousands of Instagram followers. But that’s not real human flesh-type people. That is virtual. She has also saved her breast implants and may have plans to make some jewelry with them. Maybe a bling type hat to celebrate the post-surgery freedom? That would certainly be a one-of-a-kind piece. Kiss is into the business of body parts, and fluids. Back in 2015 a video she made went viral, about the benefits of sperm facials.