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Best Body Jewelry

Halo Precision Piercing
2807 E. Speedway Blvd.

STAFF PICK: You don't have to feel kinky to get pierced at Halo. Sure, there's the usual display of beaded rings and silvery barbells, but you won't be making your selection amidst racks of fetishistic Bettie Page gear and devices of intimidating magnitude that may or may not entice. Instead, there's a reassuring sense of purity and calm within the narrow halls of Halo. (Kinda reminds us of the nurse's office from our grade school days.) Now did we say the "usual" display of body jewelry? Strike that. This place goes all out to provide the widest selection of body wares we've seen in town. Consider fossilized mammoth tusk, for instance. Too primal? How about hand-blown glass earlobe stretchers? Rest assured, no animals (or people) were harmed or killed to get any of the bone or wood offered at Halo. Serene piercer Barb and customer service savvy Kitty make a great team in this radically clean, hygienic atmosphere. And if you need a man for the job, they'll even send one down from their sister store in Phoenix.

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