It depends a lot on the piercer, how you take care of it and whether your body wants it or not. It's a surface piercing so it has a high rejection rate but all you can really do is take extra good care of it and don't bump it a lot and if you're lucky it won't migrate or grow out. If you don't want to take the chance an alternative would be microdermals. I wanna get my nape done too but my mum thinks they're gross so I have to wait 'til I'm 16 so I can get it without her permission. Hope I helped and good luck! :)
I don't want to spend quite a bit of money if the piercing is gonna reject, lol. I just really want it done but I want it to last, too. Thanks for answering
I had a nape piercing, and it healed nicely.
It really depends on you, and such.
But I'm sure you'd be fine.
My sister got a nape piercing, her's didn't. But some people just reject them, it depends.
Yea I understand.