1. The Double Piercing o-o-o-o-o-o-o.com Gestalt makes cool, minimalist earring designs specifically for those with double piercings. 2. The Single Tragus + Double Earlobe View this photo on Instagram instagram.com The tragus is that little inner ear flap. Tragus piercings take about 3-9 months to heal and rate pretty average on the pain tolerance scale.[source: Wicked Body Jewelz] 3. The Tragus + Triple Lobe jcolbysmith.com Advertisement 4. The Tragus + Quadruple Lobe piercing-bodymod.tumblr.com 5. Dainty Middle Cartilage Piercing beautyfrizz.com 6. The Single Helix adelie.dk The helix refers to the upper, outer part of the ear. Helix piercings take about 3-9 months to heal and have a similar pain level to earlobe piercing. However, the healing process is more difficult, with increased soreness.The ear cuff can be purchased here.[source: Wicked Body Jewelz] 7. Single Helix with Double Piercing arose186.tumblr.com / Via shopjeen.com Advertisement 8. The Helix + Forward Helix pinterest.com The forward helix refers to the upper juncture where the ear meets the head. These piercings require 3 to 9 months to heal and aren't very painful, but can become easily irritated if you have long hair that could catch in the hardware.[source: Wicked Body Jewelz] 9. The Tragus + Forward Helix piercingsbyaj.com 10. The Double Forward Helix safepiercing.tumblr.com 11. The Triple Forward Helix thatleoguy.com Advertisement 12. The Double Helix + Triple Forward Helix oglewis.tumblr.com 13. The Double Helix + Triple Forward Helix + Double Lobe Piercing pinterest.com 14. The Daith Piercing View this photo on Instagram instagram.com The daith refers to the cartilage at the inner origin of the helix and rate fairly average on the pain scale. Healing times range from 3 to 9 months.[source: Wicked Body Jewelz] 15. The Daith + Triple Forward Helix View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Advertisement 16. The Daith + Helix knoxvillepiercing.wordpress.com 17. The Forward Helix + Anti-Tragus beckybedbug.com The anti-tragus is part of the inner but lower cartilage of the ear right above the lobe. 18. The Auricle Piercing musingsofamoonchild.blogspot.com The auricle refers to the outer middle part of the ear. 19. The Single Helix + Auricle Piercing piercingtime.com Advertisement 20. The Rook + Tragus Piercing piercingtime.com Rook piercings are not too painful initially, and they take an average of six months to heal.[source: Wicked Body Jewelz] 21. The Helix/Scapha Piercing wickedbodyjewelz.com 22. The Arrow Industrial View this photo on Instagram instagram.com 23. The Snug wickedbodyjewelz.com These take around 3-9 months to heal. It can be a painful piercing, depending on how thick the cartilage is in the area.[source: Wicked Body Jewelz] Advertisement 24. The Conch View this photo on Instagram instagram.com The conch area takes about six months to heal, and is typically protected by the outer ear, so irritation is less frequent.[source: Wicked Body Jewelz] 25. Graduated Lobe Piercings raleighwrites.com 26. Graduated Helix and Rook Piercings View this photo on Instagram instagram.com 27. Rook + Tragus + Snug jcolbysmith.com 28. SO MUCH GOING ON. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Here we have an earcuff, one helix, one snug, and one tragus, along with a triple lobe piercing. Phew. Yet it all comes together to create a harmonious put-together look, thanks to the daintiness of the earrings. Share On facebook Share On facebook Share On vk Share On vk Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Share On lineapp Share On lineapp Share On twitter Share On twitter Share On email Share On email Share On sms Share On sms Share On whatsapp Share On whatsapp Share On more Share On more Share On tumblr Share On tumblr Share On link Share On link Share On copy Share On copy Omg It's Prime Day!