Piercing is just what it sounds like — a piercing or puncture made in the body by a needle. After that, a piece of jewelry is inserted in the hole. Commonly pierced body parts are the ears, nose, and the belly button. Oral piercings include the lip, cheek, and tongue.
Here are some common piercing.
1. Antitragus piercing: An antitragus piercing is a perforation of the outer ear cartilage for the purpose of inserting and wearing a piece of jewelry.
2. Conch piercing: is a perforation of the cartilage of the ear for the purpose of inserting and wearing jewelry. There are two types of conch piercings, inner and outer. The name is derived from the resemblance of this part of the ear to a conch shell.
3. Daith piercing: This’s an ear piercing that passes through the ear’s innermost cartilage fold, the crus of the helix. The piercing is located in an awkward, curvy place and is usually pierced with a straight hollow needle.
4. Ear Head Piercing: This is any piercing that goes through the cartilage on the rim of the ear. Its located on the section closest to the head, it is sometimes called a forward helix or an.