Piercing Areas

Piercing is unique writing upon the body.

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1: Lobe

The lobe refers to the soft lower section of the ear. The healing of the lobe piercing is usually free of complications, making it the most common placement. Many combinations of lobe piercings are possible in this area.

Healing time: 4 – 6 weeks

2: Antitragus

The antitragus is the triangular flap of ear, sitting above the lobe, opposite of the tragus. Depending on the anatomy of each unique ear, the antirtagus piercing may be a more complex proposition. If this is your ideal location, our piercer will work with you to achieve the pierce, but it is not recommended for a novice.

Healing time: 9 – 12 months

3: Conch

On the middle area of the inside ear sits the conch. Due to its protected location, healing of the conch piercing is typically uncomplicated, however the piercing is often unconfortable, given the sensitive location.

Healing time: 6 – 12 months

4: Helix

This type of piercing is located along the inside ridge of the upper ear. On either side of the helix sits the forward helix and the lobe. It is practically pierced from the „normal“ ear hole up to the point where the cartilage edge becomes a bridge.

Healing time: 6 – 12 months

5: Forward Helix

The forward helix is the front part of the ear, which extends from the helix. This area of skin helps connect the ear to head, with a muscle running along through it. This piercing may be more complex, and a longer healing process is to be expected.

Healing time: 6 – 12 months

6: Daith

Between the tragus and rook, this subtle piercing is the perfect place to showcase a clicker. The daith piercing is one of the more uncomfortable cartilage piercings and the healing phase is also slightly longer than with other cartilage piercings.

Healing time: 9 – 12 months

7: Tragus

The tragus is the flap of skin that sits in front of the ear canal. It is one of the most sought after cartilage piercings, and understandably so: the tragus piercing can be seen when viewing the face straight-on.

Healing time 6 – 12 months

8: Outer Conch

A new style of piercing, the outer conch perches on the convex part of the ear between the conch and the helix.

Healing time: 6 – 12 months

9: Flat

Aptly named Flat for the flat area of cartilage below the helix and above the rook, this area provides a large canvas for various placements of piercing. The healing process is relatively slow, but it makes for a good start for those wishing to expand outwards from the lobe.

Healing time: 3 – 12 months

10: Rook

The rook piercing is a vertical piercing through the ridge in the inner ear closest to the head. The rook is one of the most complex piercings because it is pierced through very dense cartilage structure. The healing process is relatively slow.

Healing time: 3 – 12 months

11: Nostril

The nostril piercing is the most widely used nose piercing, and can be found throughout centuries, cultures, and age. The piercing goes through cartilage tissue simililar to the lobe, making this a fairly simple facial piercing procedure.

Healing time: 3 – 12 months

12: Septum

The septum piercing goes through a mix of skin tissue and cartilage. Because it is located on the inside of the nose and outside forces do not come in contact, the healing time may be simple and quick.

Healing time: 1 – 2 months

An Artist plots with you

the perfect single pierce, or full Constellation

from beginning to end, and into the hereafter.