By Alex Finnis. A Hawaiian man has claimed the Guinness World Record for the largest non-surgically made stretch earlobes - which are so big you can fit a hand through them. Kala Kaiwi, who unsurprisingly works as a tattoo and body modification artist, has earlobe stretches or 'flesh tunnels' measuring mm 4. He has just returned from Milan, Italy where he picked up his award, almost certainly setting off airport security scanners on his way. Kala Kaiwi is the new Guinness World Record holder for the largest non-surgically made stretch earlobes in the world. They measure mm in diameter and can fit a hand through.
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When thinking about gauged ear piercings, you might conjure up images of alternative folks who are members of a musical subculture, like pop punk fans. Unless you're interested in getting your ear lobes stretched, it's possible that you may not have seen many photos of gauged ear piercings that transcend styles and aesthetics. It's safe to say that gauges seem to be associated with folks who go against the grain of society and want to make a statement when it comes to their body mods — which is awesome, right? At the end of the day, gauges are probably one of the most invasive types of piercings you can get.
Updated: October 21, References. If you're starting a new job or just want a new look, consider your options for closing stretched ears. Although they won't completely seal shut, you can reduce the size of the holes by wearing smaller gauged jewelry. Once you've removed the jewelry, massage your ears with oil to help the scar tissue heal. For the best appearance, consider getting surgery to stitch the holes shut and restore the shape of your ear lobes. Jef Saunders. Our Expert Agrees: No two people are the same when it comes to gauged ears. For some people, there's a gauge size at which point their piercings will not shrink at all, and they need surgery to fix them. For other people, they can have large gauges, take the jewelry out, and the holes almost close completely. Reducing gauged ear lobes varies dramatically and can't be predicted.
The trouble started with the small gauge I wore when I was 15 to expand my earring hole. In fact, my love of earrings means the hole has grown instead. As it turns out, my cousin can identify with my stretched-ear woes: Her own earlobe ripped a few summers ago when someone at a wedding accidentally pulled at her earring. Intrigued, I reached out to plastic surgeons to learn more. Your earlobes, which are made of skin and fatty tissue, are quite strong and flexible but not as hardy as the rest of your cartilage-based ear structure, Peter W. Henderson, M. When you get your earlobes pierced, those tiny wounds signal your body to repair the injuries and create fresh skin, dermatologist Cerrene N.