I have pierced ear in teen age and now I do not wear any thing in it.
but my pierced hole is...
visible to others specialy in office sttaf and my boss.
I loose my confidence please tell me how to hide or decrease hole size sothat nobuddy can see it.
You could visit a Plastic Surgeon for advice about surgery to minimise the peircing, or enquire about having a 'cosmetic filler' injection to fill out the area near the hole. Otherwise you can only really try covering it with your hairstyle.
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