Guide to Popular Ear Piercings
With each passing year, ear piercings become more popular and more varied. There are many options for piercings that can be used to express your style, flair, or personality.
This blog will discuss the most common styles of ear-piercings. The average pain level and the average healing time will be included on a scale from one to ten.
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The conch ear is named after the conch shell. It is located in the middle of the ear. You have the option of a cuff or stud, and even a double-stud. The conch piercing is considered to be painless at a rating of 4/10. It usually takes three to four months for the wound to heal completely.
Due to the location of the Daith, it should only be performed by an experienced ear piercer. The data is the area of the ear that surrounds the inner cartilage. This type of piercing is very attractive and can help relieve the pain associated with migraine headaches. The pain level for daith ear drilling, which involves cutting through cartilage, can range from five to ten depending on your pain tolerance. This type of piercing may take up to nine month to completely heal.
Helix piercings can be found anywhere on the outer cartilage in the upper ear. Many people now have multiple helix tattoos, which is a sign of their popularity. This trendy piercing allows for plenty of creativity and fun. The helix is rated at four out of ten by most people and can take anywhere from six to nine months to fully heal.
As they are more fashionable and less painful than traditional piercings, high lobe piercings have been growing in popularity. Glaminati states that the healing process takes between six to eight weeks.
An industrial piercing is the best option if you want to pierce your ears in a unique way. An industrial piercing is a straight-barbell-type bar that connects one upper ear piercing to another lower ear piercing. Due to the two areas of cartilage being perforated, this is one of the most painful. The pain is usually between 6-10. It can take up to one year for the wound to heal completely and it requires extensive aftercare. You should be careful not to let your hair touch industrial piercings and you should never sleep on the side.
The rook is a piercing of the inner ear cartilage. It’s located between the forward and inner conch areas and above the daith portion of the ear. This ear piercing, along with others in the industry is the most painful. The location of the piercing and its cartilage nature means that the pain factor is initially a 10. Most people attribute the pain level to six after the first severe pain from the piercing. The healing process for the rook can take up to three months depending on the patient.
Standard Lobe Piercing
This is the most traditional style of ear-piercing. It is also the fastest and least painful. Standard lobe piercing takes less than 2 months to heal and is rated at a level of two on the pain scale. Many people have multiple lobes, in addition to the popular piercings discussed in this article.
The tragus, which is usually worn as a small hoop or stud in the ear, is the part of the ear that covers the ear canal. A cartilage piercing can also cause pain. Most people liken it to a five-out of ten. It can take six to nine months for the cartilage piercing to heal. Remember that if your tragus piercing is for earbud users, it will stop you from using them in the future.
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