Camila’s double fwd-helix/inner-pinner piercings; the top one is fresh whilst the one below has healed. Both pierced w/1.2mm titanium curved bars @ Shiva.
Helen’s healed inner-pinner/fwd-helix piercing pierced @ Shiva alongside two fresh double helix’ piercings pierced @ 2nd Skin.
The lovely Chloe’s triple inner-pinner/fwd-helix piercings, pierced over the course of around 6 months and finally fully healed and refitted with new jewellery around 9-10 months from the first piercing. Chloe is a slower healer and had experienced some difficulties, pierced with labret bars, we switched to curved bars and here we have switched the two lower bars to 6mm 1.2mm labret bars whilst the highest (thickest) part of the ear has an 8mm. Really happy to see a patient and persistent client understand the sometimes lengthily path to fully healing.
Esther’s fresh double inner-pinner/fwd-helix piercings w/1.2mm curved titanium bars and a healed daith w/1.2mm segment ring. This looks pretty rad but the curved bars will be shortened as and when the initial swelling subsides. Always a pleasure to see customers and clients looking after their piercings.
Awesome shot from Molly of a fresh inner-pinner/fwd-helix piercing w/1.2mm curved titanium, alongside some kool lobe work. Always a continued pleasure and an honour to be trusted among the many regulars who make doing what I do a lot of fun.
Couple great shots of the lovely Vicki-Marie’s inner-pinner/fwd-helix trio/triple piercings, pierced over the course of around six months (one at a time) lowest to highest. The top one is still healing but I refitted the original jewellery with 1.2mm microbars with the swishing cascade effect complete in the contrasting sized crystal clear gemstones. It is always a continued pleasure to be trusted among the many new people I meet; and that clients are patient with the process and healing for the perfect piercing experience.
Here’s the lovely Chantel’s inner-pinner/fwd-helix trio w/1.2mm curved titanium bars, pierced over the course of roughly three-four months; one at a time – bottom to top. The first (bottom one) is pretty much healed though Chantel had caught the second (middle) the morning of completing the trilogy. These will take a while to fully heal but there’s lots of jewellery options when they have. Loved chatting to Chantel over the course of visits which also included some work by Sergio Gorbachov. Inhale the future, exhale the past.
Another inner pinner piercing, also known as a forward helix. Like most piercings, it varies how it looks and sits on each and every individual. Pierced here w/1.2mm x 8mm titanium labret bar by El Capitan @ Shiva Piercings.