We’re going back to ear piercings now. And when we say ear piercings, it goes so much further than just your typical lobes and cartilage. In fact, there are plenty of areas on your ear that can be pierced -- and when you combine them together, the possibilities are endless.
Check out some of the best ear piercing combos you can try!
Upper Lobe Piercing
Choose the Upper Lobe Piercing if you want an elegant, cutesy look that comes with little to no pain. This is one of the least painful piercings and has become extremely common these days (almost as common as the standard piercing itself). It’s sported best with a small stud or ring, but you know what? Feel free to experiment!
Forward Helix Piercing
The location for a forward helix piercing is similar to that of a regular helix piercing, but lower, near to what is called the root of the helix. Common forward helix jewelry include studs, giving you a chic and edgy look.
Ear Weaving Piercing
This type consists of a number of piercings done in a line, usually along the rim of your helix and connected to each other with the help of a single piece of jewelry. The earring is usually in the shape of a spiral, which adds an enchanting elegance to your look. Although quite a painful experience, the unique and edgy look it brings makes it all totally worth it!
Graduate Lobe Piercing
This piercing is an extension of the main lobe piercing followed my multiple piercings in a line along the ear moving upwards towards the helix. You can opt for the same earring in different sizes (large to small) as you move upwards from the lobe to the helix; or you could go the rebellious way and wear something different in each year.