Piercing is all about expressing yourself. Whether you have one or ten, piercings let your personality and style shine. Terminology can be daunting (what even is a tragus or rook anyway?!) but don’t worry – we’re here to help!
More is more when it comes to piercings , perfect your stacking look by following this guide to your piercings placement. Styles span from edgy hoops to dainty gold or silver studs and diamond simulants.
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- Lobe: Traditionally the first piercing most people get on their ear, the lobe is the fleshy part of your lower ear. You can wear any earring in this piercing.
- Conch: This is a cartilage piercing, named after the curved spiral shape of your inner ear. Flat backs are the earrings of choice for these piercings.
- Helix: Another cartilage piercing, the helix is found in the curled edge of your upper ear. Flat back studs and sleeper hoops are perfect for this piercing.
- Flat: So named because it's found in the flat part of your ear's upper cartilage, flat piercings are best suited to flat backs studs.
- ROOK: Rook piercings pierce the inner ridge of cartilage which is found between conch and flat piercings. Curved barbells and clicker earrings are best worn in this piercing.
- Daith: Found in the innermost cartilage fold of your ear, Daith piercings are a cartilage piercing that are usually forward facing and best shown off with rounded earrings, like clickers.
- Tragus: Another cartilage piercing, this time found on your lower ear near your lobe. This piercing is best suited to flat back and sleeper earrings.
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It’s important for the jewellery you’re wearing to comfortably fit into your piercing – poorly fitting jewellery can cause irritation and elongate the healing process. When choosing the right jewellery for your piercing, consider the style, gauge and length of the piece and how you want it to fit. If you’re after a close fit, you’ll want something with a thicker gauge – or choose something with a thinner gauge for a looser fit.