What piercings go well with a forward helix?

1. Double Lobe + Forward Helix. The double lobe is one anyone can pull off, and it works well with a wide variety of piercings. We especially love it with the forward helix, because they work well to balance out one another.

What does anti-tragus help with?

The anti-tragus is perfect for those wanting to add a bit of variety to their cartilage party, those who want to add some flair to their ear lobe piercings, or for anyone looking for a piercing that’s a bit off the beaten path.

Can I get a helix and tragus at the same time?

Three piercings don’t always mean triple lobe. You can try a tragus + helix + flat combo for a ~fresher~ take on things.

What is the most painful ear piercing to get?

The snug piercing is known to be the most painful ear piercing for the majority of people to receive. On the pain scale, it ranks at around a 9/10 compared to other piercings. However, keep in mind that even the most painful piercings will likely hurt less than getting a paper cut.

How painful is forward helix?

Forward Helix Piercing Like the traditional helix, you can eventually get multiple piercings in this area and rock a double or triple helix look. When it comes to the pain level, a forward helix piercing would rate at a 5-6/10 on the pain scale. The healing time for this piercing is around 3-9 months.

What does a tragus piercing say about you?

Having a tragus piercing lets others know you’re lively and energetic. Some would say you’re the life of the party. You have a way of boosting the moods of those in your presence just by flashing your pearly whites.

What piercing goes well with anti tragus?

The anti-tragus can also work really well with a subtle, small piece in it – especially when combined with nearby, less-conventional ear piercings, such as the rook, or antihelix. Another interesting variation is the double anti-tragus, which involves placing two piercings alongside each other in this area.

How painful is an anti tragus?

How much does an anti-tragus piercing hurt? The anti-tragus is a part of your ear cartilage, so yes, piercing your anti-tragus can be painful. Think of it as a 5 or 6 out of 10 on the pain scale – and no more painful than any other cartilage piercing. If you’ve had another cartilage piercing, this will feel similar.

Which hurts more tragus or Daith?

Most say the tragus is the less painful of the two, although an individual’s pain tolerance plays a large factor in this question.

What is helix of the ear?

Helix: The outer rim of the ear that extends from the superior insertion of the ear on the scalp (root) to the termination of the cartilage at the earlobe.

What is the inferior antihelix of the ear?

Anatomy of the Ear. Antihelix, Inferior Crus: The lower cartilaginous ridge arising at the bifurcation of the antihelix that ends beneath the fold of the ascending helix, and separates the concha from the triangular fossa. The inferior antihelical crus runs in an anterior and slightly superior direction, is usually sharply defined,…

What is a forward helix piercing?

A forward helix piercing is on the outer cartilage of the ear, closest to your face and straight above the tragus, facing forward. This piercing is very common and popular not only in the USA but all over the world.

What aftercare do I need for my forward helix piercing?

All aftercare for your new forward helix piercing should be preceded by washing your hands to ensure you’re being as sterile as possible, as not doing so could transfer bacteria to the open wound.