Licensed Piercer, Licensed Premises. Most ear piercings £15.00, Conch £20.00, Scaffold £30.00. Please ask us for a price.
Piercings are trendy, super stylish, and let’s not forget downright sexy. And while the traditional earlobe piercing has been around for ages, it seems like nontraditional ear piercing locations have been skyrocketing in popularity over the past few years. We’re going to take a look at some of thecoolest, most modern and totally DIFFERENT ear piercing types- all of which will leave you with a totally ravishing yet still dainty and feminine appearance.
Okay, okay. Yes I know this is nothing new. In fact, the earlobe piecing could easily be referred to as the foundation of all ear piercings. That being said, we have to pay our respects. I mean, even though it is the oldest and most traditional piercing that we’ve probably all had since we were 12 years old, that doesn’t mean it’s not ridiculously cute and feminine, right? As an added bonus, earlobe piercings don’t hurt practically at all- we’d give it a 2 out of 10 on the pain charts, and there’s hundreds- if not thousands- of adorable jewelry pieces for earlobe piercings. Mixing, matching, and styling for any occasion is a synch. We like the sound of that! This piercing is priced at £20.00 for both ears
Industrial piercings used to be total shockers- the ‘out of the box’ piercing everyone was afraid to get. But now they’re one of THEE most popular ear piercings to get. Imagine that?! Also referred to as a scaffold piercing, the industrial piercing can be most easily described as a double piercing bound by one bar: yes, that means two holes on two opposite ends of your ear. This particular piercing has a rather long healing time of up to a year, but come on- how seriously rockin’ does this piercing look?! We love it, and we love how many bar designs are on the market, from a simple silver arrow bar like this one to the most extravagant masterpieces with chains and charms dangling every which way. £30.00
Here’s another great ear piercing that is designed to have two separate holes utilize the same piece of jewelry. An orbital differs from an industrial in the placement of the holes: they are muchclose together, thus making it the ideal placement for a smaller piece of jewelry like this simple hoop. Orbitals can be placed just about anywhere on the ear, but we especially adore this upper cartilage placement. It’s super-trendy and has that feminine touch we love!