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First big piercing - rook, daith, snug, or tragus?

Discussion in 'Ear Piercings' started by girl.on.fire, Mar 24, 2012.

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  1. girl.on.fire New Member

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    Hi everyone! I'm new to the forum, but I've been thinking about getting a new piercing (or piercings) for a while now. For a long time I thought I wouldn't be able to get a cartilage piercing because my lobe piercings kept getting irritated with any earrings I put in. A little over a year ago I found out about titanium jewelry and had my left ear repierced (it had partially closed up) with titanium. My lobe piercings have been doing great with titanium, and now there's a whole new world of piercings for me to explore. :D

    Here's what my ears look like. Silly me, I didn't realize that I didn't have any earrings in.

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    There are a few different piercings I've been considering, and I'd like some opinions on what would work best with the anatomy of my ears. I was thinking of a rook or daith piercing on my left ear and a snug and/or tragus on my right. I think I might want a stud/barbell tragus piercing first, but would it look odd with a single lobe piercing? I haven't seen a lot of pictures of ones like that. Any suggestions or tips would be great.
  2. piercedpussylicker New Member

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    You could go with a orbital. I dont think the tragus with a single lobe piercing looks weird at all. My right ear has a single lobe and a tragus.
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