Re: Eyebrow Piercing
you can do it, without many problems. Care is the most important part. Soak that bad boy for weeks, even when you haven't had any seepage/crusties for a while, still continue to soak it, I can't tell you that enough!
The guy I go to is really good (Critz' guy as well). Whoever you go to, make sure they use a curved ring for your brow. A straight one will most likely "grow out" as your body rejects the metal. At least this is what I have been told. The curved barbell (or whatever you choose) helps it match the curvature of your brow, therefore lowering the tension on the two holes so they heal. I had a hell of a time with my nipples healing until I got a captive bead on there that had a straight part. That made sure the metal exited the skin straight, therefore helping it heal.
Don't be afraid to ask the piercer questions or to go to several shops before letting someone stick you. If it heals well, there will be little to no scarring, so take care of it and soak it well and often!