Five Most Commonly Confused Ear Piercings

There are five very common ear piercings today that a lot of people getting confused. The inner and outer ear piercings are becoming more frequent but still, most people are confused with the names and what the piercings are located.

1. Conch Piercing

 

A conch piercing is on the inside of the ear’s cartilage.

 

 

 

2. Daith Piercing

 

This piercing has the ring pass through the ear’s innermost cartilage fold.

It looks quite similar to tragus due to its position.

 

 

 

3. Graduate Lobe Piercing

 

You need three or more earrings of the same design but different sizes.

This kind of piercing is a combination of three or more piercings done on

the lobe at a certain interval from each other.

 

 

4. Tragus Piercing

 

Tragus piercing is one of the highly infamous piercings due to their being highly prone to irritation.

The outer portion of the ear that falls to the inner side of your face is where you need to face the needle.

 

 

5. Helix Piercing

 

The Helix piercing is one that wraps around from the front of the ear to the back

to form a horizontal ring, or helix, around the outer ear.

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