Forward Helix Pierc...
 
Notifications
Clear all

Forward Helix Piercing: What, How, & When

1 Posts
1 Users
0 Likes
14 Views
ericajewel
(@ericajewel)
New Member Customer
Joined: 1 month ago
Posts: 1
Topic starter  

Forward helix piercing is a great option if you are looking for cartilage earrings. This piercing is unique and shows off your style while being extremely low-maintenance. It's a great piercing that looks amazing. You will love it. It is innovative and creative.

What is forward helix piercing and how does it work?

It is important to remember that forward helix earrings, and forward helix in particular, are located on your upper cartilage. It's located above the tragus and faces forward. These piercings do not require any special equipment. You can make them as normal if you wish. These piercings are very similar to the lobe-piercing process which is fairly simple.

The forward helix allows you to express your creativity in a more exciting way. You can also have a forward helix piercing with a double, or even triple helix. It all depends on your style and expectations. However, forward helix earrings are as easy or complex as you like.

 

How long does it take for a forward-helix piercing to heal?

You should know how it will hurt and when it will heal. These piercings can be very painful. If you are fortunate enough to work with an experienced piercer, you will experience a lot less pain than you might expect.

It can take quite some time to heal. The average time taken to heal can take anywhere from 3 to 9 months. It is important to be careful and avoid any potential problems. You will be informed by the piercer if there are specific aftercare tasks that you should focus on. This will ensure your safety. A piercing for cartilage earrings could cause infection due to the location. This is something you should consider.

 

How do I change forward helix percing?

You can change the forward-helix piercing if you wish, but it is important that your ear heals properly. If you do not remove the piercing quickly, it can become infected. It is easy to change the forward helix by simply removing the earring, and then replacing it with a brand new one. It's not difficult to change it. The problem is making sure your ear heals. It can take several months to get your ear fully healed. You can change it after a while if you wait.

What is the cost of a forward-helix piercing?

Keep in mind that forward helix earrings can be expensive. It all depends on where you are located and what the cost of the procedure. The starting price for the forward-helix piercing at $30 is reasonable. However, if you need a more complicated piercing (e.g., a double or triple forward-helix piercing), it could cost you up to $90. It is important to communicate your requirements and preferences to the piercer. They will adapt to your requirements and give you the experience and results you desire. It is a great choice, to put it mildly.

These earrings can vary greatly when it comes to forward helix. It is best to choose a high-quality forward helix earring. This will not only save you money but also time. Also, cartilage earrings of higher quality can last a long time, which is what's important in such a case. You will be happy with the experience if you keep this in mind.

 

What gauge is a forward-helix piercing?

The forward helix piercings will generally have a hollow 16 gauge or 18 gauge. There may be some variations depending on the anatomy of the individual. You should also consider your personal preference. It is essential to understand all these aspects. This will help you to avoid any misunderstandings and make your experience more enjoyable.

What is the best time to change my forward-helix piercings?

It is important that your forward helix piercing be changed every 3-6 months. You want your foot to heal properly as we said earlier. To prevent any problems from happening, you can wait about half a year after the piercing to ensure that your foot heals properly.

 

How do I remove a forward-helix piercing from my ear?

Apply a lubricant to both the forward-helix earrings as well as the piercing. Wait approximately 2 minutes for the lubricant to take effect. After it has completed, remove the earring from the socket and replace it with a brand new one.

Rubber gloves or latex can be used if you have a piercing object that is stuck. It is best to not force anything. You can get better results if you make sure to use every tool properly.

Aftercare for forward helix piercing

You should leave a forward-helix piercing alone for at least a few hours once it is done. You should clean your piercing at least once per day. Your piercer will provide you with a liquid to help care for your piercing. That liquid can be used, but you should avoid soap. Stick to the liquid.

You should also avoid creams as they can clog piercings. You should not touch your piercings, except for when it is cleaned. If possible, try to avoid touching the pillow. You should also avoid irritation.

Conclusion

It is incredible to be able to pierce your forward helix. There are many forward helix earrings that you can choose from. You will need to know what a forward-helix piercing is, how it can be taken care of and when your earrings can be replaced safely. Once you have the knowledge you need about forward helix piercings, you can buy the forward-helix earrings you want.

BUY FORWARD HELIX PIERCING NOW


   
Quote
Share: