PIERCING GALLERY

Lobe

The classic lobe piercing, timeless. Can be arranged to create "ear constellations" with a vast array of jewellery anything is possible.

Helix

Placed along the outer rim of the ear known as the helix, these piercings can be fitted with rings or labrets depending on your anatomy and style.

Flat

A slight variation on the classic helix piercing. Placing these piercings further in on the flat part of the ear allows for some strikingly gorgeous combinations.

Daith

Located through the cartilage ridge of the inner ear, these piercings have a reputation as a holistic cure for migraines although there is no data to support this.


Forward Helix

The front section of the cartilage curl is a striking placement for a piercing. A triple with blue opal accents is pictured here, it requires a specific ear shape and a skilled, professional piercer to execute with such accuracy.

Large Lobe

If your goal is to stretch your lobes to a larger size, the initial piercing can be performed with heavier gauge jewellery which can help facilitate the stretching process in the future. 

Conch

One of our favourite piercings here! The Conch is an excellent space that is extremely versatile. Whether you want something discrete or vulgar, there is something for everyone.

Rook

Within the tightest, forward-most point of the anti-helix we find the rook piercing which is very quickly becoming a modern classic.


Tragus

The tragus piercing was first introduced as a marking for a particular kind of yogi. In recent years has seen a revival.

Industrial

The industrial (or scaffold) piercing refers to any group of piercings that are joined by a barbell or barbell constriction. pictured above is a traditional 2 point industrial piercing.

Lip

Probably the piercing group with the most variations. They can be horizontal, vertical, transverse, paired, offset, centred and on the upper or lower lip.

Cheeks

Although they swell a lot when installed initially, over time the bars can be gradually shortened (a process called downsizing) gibing the wearer dimples... and that's super kawaii.


Tongue

In ancient times, high priests and priestesses of the Maya and Aztec pierced their tongues as a blood sacrifice to their gods. In modern times, it is performed for more lewd reasons.

Tongue Web

If your goal is to stretch your lobes to a larger size, the initial piercing can be performed with heavier gauge jewellery which can help facilitate the stretching process in the future. 

Navel

Surface


Bridge

The front section of the cartilage curl is a striking placement for a piercing. A triple with blue opal accents is pictured here, it requires a specific ear shape and a skilled, professional piercer to execute with such accuracy.

Septum

If your goal is to stretch your lobes to a larger size, the initial piercing can be performed with heavier gauge jewellery which can help facilitate the stretching process in the future. 

Nostril

Eyebrow