An ear piercing chart serves as a comprehensive visual guide, showcasing the diverse array of piercing options available for the ear. Through detailed illustrations or descriptions, it delineates the specific locations within the ear where piercings can be made and provides corresponding names for each type of piercing. This chart serves as a valuable resource for individuals considering ear piercings, offering clarity and insight into the various options available for self-expression and adornment.

  1. Classic Lobe Piercing: Embrace the timeless OG for its versatility in pairing with various jewelry styles.
  2. Stacked Lobe Piercing: Opt for multiple piercings to achieve a balanced and stylish look.
  3. Upper Lobe Piercing: Elevate your ear ensemble with this piercing, adding sophistication and equilibrium.
  4. Conch Piercing: Make a statement with this versatile piercing, offering plenty of room for diverse earring options.
  5. Helix Piercing: Stack up earrings of different shapes and sizes in this outer upper cartilage spot.
  6. Flat Piercing: Discover the subtle allure of this piercing, either as a central focus or part of a constellation-inspired pattern.
  7. Forward Helix Piercing: Command attention with this forward-facing placement, perfect for asymmetrical designs and tiny studs.
  8. Tragus Piercing: Elevate your ear game with delicate jewellery options for this small, protruding cartilage flap.

Types of Earrings for Your Piercing

what are stud earrings

Stud Earrings

Stud earrings are a must-have for any jewellery box, offering versatile style from day to night. Wear them in both your first and second lobe piercings for casual glamour, or pair our diamond marquise studs with statement earrings for special occasions.

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what are huggie earrings

Huggies Earrings

For a touch of glamour, huggie earrings offer a stylish option. These versatile accessories can adorn both lobe and cartilage piercings with stunning results. Combine huggie hoops in your second lobe piercing with larger hoops in your first for a bold statement. Alternatively, elevate your everyday style by adding sparkle with a huggie in your conch or helix piercing.

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Our Piercing Jewellery

We take great pride in introducing our range of piercing jewellery, meticulously crafted from recycled materials including 18k gold plating over a sterling silver base. This collection is ideal for various ear piercing locations, offering both style and sustainability.



Ear piercings are typically associated with mild discomfort rather than significant pain. Since they involve creating wounds, it's common to experience slight discomfort during the procedure. Lobe piercings are generally the least painful, while cartilage piercings may cause a bit more discomfort due to the ear's thickness. Ultimately, the level of pain experienced depends on individual pain tolerance. You can gauge the expected discomfort of your first ear piercing by gently pinching your lobe or cartilage.

In the UK, the typical price for an ear piercing falls between £15 and £40, while in the US, it ranges from $20 to $55.

The healing duration of an ear piercing varies depending on the pierced area. Typically, a lobe piercing, often the first for many, heals within 6 to 8 weeks. Conversely, cartilage piercings, like those in the conch or helix, may require 6 to 12 months for complete healing.

Explore our Stud Earrings and Huggies Hoops crafted from hypoallergenic materials, featuring secure and comfortable closure systems. Discover our selection of studs and hoops designed for various cartilage piercing placements.

Regularly cleaning your piercing jewellery is essential to prevent bacteria buildup and reduce the risk of infection. Wash your jewellery gently with soap and lukewarm water, ensuring all soap residue is thoroughly rinsed off to prevent infections. Avoid using alcohol or harsh chemicals, as they may damage the metal.

It's generally recommended to avoid swimming, especially in pools, oceans, or lakes, immediately after getting an ear piercing. Exposing a new piercing to water, particularly in bodies of water where bacteria are present, can increase the risk of infection. It's advisable to wait until the piercing has fully healed before swimming to minimize this risk. Typically, this healing process takes several weeks to a few months, depending on the type of piercing and individual healing speed. Always follow the aftercare instructions provided by your piercer to ensure proper healing and minimize complications.