Top 4 Coolest Ear Piercings Every Chic Lady Should Try (part 2)

In the last section, we have mentioned the 4 most popular ear piercings to refresh your appearance. Today, we will continue our list with another 4 types of ear piercings that are more complicated to wear and heal yet bring you a cooler appearance.

Forward Helix Piercing

If the standard helix is too familiar and you want something more unique and edgy, try the forward helix piercing, which is the tiny outside rim of cartilage at the top front of your ear. 

If you like, you can also pierce your outer cartilage with a double helix. 

In general, a forward helix piercing may take four to six months to heal. This period can be reduced if you pay attention to your piercing and properly care for it. After your piercing is totally recovered, you can change your standard earring to flat back stud earrings or small cartilage hoops, up to your style.

Since it is a pretty complicated piercing, it may be challenging to wear, and its cost may double or triple according to the helix earring you choose; therefore, you should look for a credible piercer and check out some earrings coupon codes to save your pocket.

Tragus Piercing

The tragus piercing is placed right above your earlobe on a tiny piece of hard cartilage. There are 3 types of tragus piercings: vertical tragus, surface tragus, and double (or triple) tragus piercing. This piercing is more noticeable than other ear piercings because it is directly in front of the ear canal, where your face finishes.

After having your tragus pierced, you should expect some bleeding and swelling. Depending on your body, the initial healing phase might continue for up to three days, so keep an eye out for any possible issues during this time. We highly recommend that you use saline spray for the aftercare process.

The most popular tragus piercing jewelry is rings, studs, and barbells, and it's vital to remember that bigger jewelry should not be worn in your tragus piercing. After your piercing has healed, you may always size up from studs.

Daith Piercing

Another unique position that has become popular recently is daith piercing. 

Daith piercing is done on the thick section of the ear cartilage right above the tragus. The position of this piercing makes it seem extremely impressive, and although it looks hard to wear, the discomfort is minimal if done correctly.

In general, daith piercings take 4 to 6 weeks to heal completely, so in addition to standard maintenance, you'll need to take a few extra precautions to keep your piercing clean and infection-free. Your piercer will choose the material and size of the earring you will wear in this piercing, as well as provide you with rigorous maintenance instructions.

After your daith piercing is fully healed, you can change your certain loop to any style you want to reveal yourself best.

Snug Piercing

Finally, let's find out a newer piercing type called snug piercing. While it rests in the same  or a circular barbell depending on your ear structure.

Selecting the right professional for the procedure is essential for ensuring you get the perfect ear piercings to express yourself, so consider carefully before making any decision.

The snug piercing, like other cartilage piercings, will take 4 to 6 months to heal. Because cartilage is subject to healing problems like cartilage bumps, you must follow proper aftercare procedures during the healing period and wait until your piercer advice you to alter your jewelry.

You should also keep in mind that, due to the points, the jewelry types are very limited. Because the piercing is small, your jewelry should be small as well. Small curved barbells are by far the most popular jewelry design for this piercing. 

Hope our list of the coolest ear piercings give you some options to try out for a chic look. Follow us for more beauty recommendations