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5 Awesome Cartilage Piercings

Cartilage piercings are a great and fun way to express your inner personality. There are so many endless piercing combinations, and they look different on everyone’s ear. These piercings can be dainty and cute for work or they can be extensive and creative for a bold and intense look. The placement of a piercing and picking out the perfect jewelry can create an overall incredible look, the sky is the limit with your imagination. This list has everything you need to know about the top five awesome cartilage piercings.

#1 The Orbital Piercing

The orbital piercing is extremely unique due to its many different placements within the cartilage area. This piercing gets its name from its shape; it is two piercings connected together with one ring, creating the illusion of an orbit around the ear. The traditional orbital piercing is pierced through the lower piece of the conch, with a circular barbell. This can create a look similar to an “ear cuff” or it can be completely unique and different when done on the upper helix region. Although this piercing is specific to a circular barbell, the barbell can be customized with different colors and the “ball” that connects the circular barbell can be enclosed with different colored gems.

Orbital Piercing

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Constellation Piercings

It might sound like a constellation on your ear is a little too much to hope for, but you better believe it! Constellation ear piercing is this years newest piercing trend and we're a little bit in love. Keep reading to find out if you're just as in love with this new trend as we are!

What is a Constellation Ear Piercing?

When it comes down to it a constellation ear piercing is just a grouping of three or more multiple ear piercings anywhere on the ear. Generally, these are done in designs that mimic star constellations when you look at them – not just a random grouping!

This also means that you can create any design you like that's entirely unique to you. Plus, you don't have to go into unknown territory if you'd rather stick to the ear lobe.

This trend was named by Brian Keith Thompson who works at Body Electric Tattoo for some of L.A's finest – including Beyonce!

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Girls Piercing Jewelry for the Summer

The best part of summer is throwing your hair up into those cute summer styles. Whether you're into 90s alien buns, man buns or the more classic milkmaid braids, accentuate your style with a new piercing that'll breathe new life into that summer up-do. What are you waiting for?

Layered Ear Piercings

Ear piercings are the best to combine with a simple up-do because it automatically makes it edgier and more complex! You could layer a bunch of ear piercings into a constellation style, combine an orbital and scaffold piercings or - for something more complex - what about tragus and anti-tragus piercings combined. Which ever way you combine the many kinds of ear piercings it always looks edgy and modern, no matter your style of up-do.


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Top 5 Cartilage Barbells

A cartilage piercing is a versatile piercing in that it can be simple and bare, or bold and beautiful. These are the top five cartilage rings for a night out. They’ll add to any evening ensemble and be the perfect accessory for your night.

What To Look For In a Cartilage Ring?

When you’re looking for a cartilage ring for a night out on the town, there are a few factors to consider. First if all, you should consider your colors. Think about not only the colors in your outfit, but the colors in your accessories. Make sure the ring will match those colors.

Secondly, you should look for something that matches your personal style. Do you like making bold statements? Or are you more about subtle, yet classy fashion statements? Pick a cartilage ring that fits your personal style. There are rings that match all types of styles, so there’s something for everyone.

You should also consider where your cartilage piercing is located. A cartilage piercing can be in a variety of places, and some rings look better on a helix piercing than a tragus piercing. When you look at cartilage rings for your night out, think about where the piercing is and how the ring would look there.

Rose Gold Rosebud Cartilage Barbell

This ring is elegant and stylish. A PVD rose gold coated 316L stainless steel rosebud. In the center of the flower, there’s a Cubic zirconia stone. The ball size is 3mm and it’s 16 gauge.

Golden CZ Crest Cartilage Barbell

When you’re looking for something simple that will step up any outfit to the next level, this body jewelry piece is a go-to item. A Cubic zirconia stone is set in a crown base made of Gold PVD on stainless steel. It has a 3 mm ball and is 16 gauge. 

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JewelryFor Cartilage Piercings

Cartilage piercings are extremely popular in today’s culture. There are also tons of options for cartilage jewelry. Cartilage is firm connective tissue and in piercings we are usually referring to ears and noses, we will be discussing ears in this article. So, let’s talk about some cartilage piercing locations and the best types of body jewelry for those locations.

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Cartilage Piercings

Cartilage is firm connective tissue found throughout the body. Piercings of the cartilage are commonly referred to as cartilage piercings, which are usually referring to piercings of the ear and nose. These types of piercings are the most common piercings that occur in society today. This article will address the most common ear piercings in the piercing world

Types of Ear Piercings

There are several different cartilage piercings that can be obtained in the cartilage of the ear. This list below will give an idea of what all the piercing options are and what they are called.

Tragus - This piercing is one of the more up-and-coming piercings to gain popularity. It is a piercing located in the cartilage
flap right above the ear canal. The jewelry for this type of piercing are captive bead rings, labret posts with a disc on one end, and barbell piercings.

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