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PHOTO: (left) instagram/bodyelectrictattoo; (right) instagram/pierceitmx   A single ear piercing is old news—this year, we’re all about ~quantity~! All our favorite celebs and influencers have jumped on the multiple ear piercings bandwagon, and it’s high time that you did, too. If you’re tired of your usual ear candies, read on for the prettiest combinations that

PHOTO: (left) instagram/piercersuzanne; (right) instagram/pourtoijewelry   So…you’ve gotten over your fear of needles and you finally got your ears pierced! Hurray! Now comes the ~harder~ part—the aftercare. This is the step that is most important because it can determine whether or not your piercing lasts. To make sure your new ear candy is here to stay,

Piercing experts share the most-requested piercing placements of the year.    Astrid & Miyu; Studs; Stone and Strand    One trip to the mall to get your lobes pierced used to be enough to give your ears some sparkle. Now, people are venturing beyond that first and second hole into tragus, conch, and helix (aka

Brown lipstick and butterfly clips aren’t the only ’90s beauty trends making a comeback. So are piercings — more specifically, eyebrow piercings. In the latest episode of Macro Beauty, Lauren Begay, a cinematographer in Los Angeles, visits the Aesthetic Ambition Piercing and Tattoo studio to try the look for herself. “I want to get my eyebrow pierced because I like the

PHOTO: istockphoto Consider your ear piercing as an open wound in your body. It’s basically punctured skin with a foreign body stuck in it. We must take extra care of it. One wrong move may lead to infection and pain, which can cause the hole to close. In a video by a US-based piercing studio, LuLu’s Body

Image Source: Pexels / Idy Tanndy  If you can remember begging a parent to let you pierce your ears for the very first time, you know that your first piercing can be a transformative experience. From the jewelry you had secretly picked out months in advance to the moment of panic right before the needle

Image Source: Unsplash / Terricks Noah Spontaneity is cool and all, but before you go googling “Nose piercers near me,” please search “Do nose piercings close up?” first. The answer might surprise you. Brian Keith Thompson owns LA’s Body Electric Tattoo and counts Beyoncé, Emma Stone, and Jennifer Lawrence as his regular clientele. So we

Instagram can teach you a lot about piercing trends, from the daith to the nipple to the one you’d never tell your grandma about. But what you won’t learn on social media are the nitty-gritty details — like the healing process — that follow. In one scroll you might notice that rook piercings are the

Piercing has been a major style category since forever. And because this trend never seems to fade away, there’s always a new part to adorn — especially when it comes to the ears. In 2018, that sweet spot is the conch, the cartilage in the middle section of the ear (its resemblance to a large shell is where it gets the name).

Victor Virgile/Getty Images For anyone who has an abundance of mismatched earrings, this one’s for you: asymmetrical ear piercings are one of our favorite ways to get more mileage out of our jewelry collections — and they’re showing up more than ever. Brian Keith Thompson, owner of LA’s Body Electric Tattoo and the man behind

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