While a normal forward helix wraps around the cartilage on your upper ear, what’s given the uncommon piercings lasting power is that they can be done in multiples. Double forward helix piercings—or even triple—allow you to get multiple piercings at once for a truly unique and interesting ear piercing.
a bold and cool ear look with a triple forward helix piercing done with matching studs, a triple lobe and a helix piercing
It is always better to get a cartilage piercing initially done with a stud. It is easier for the piercing to heal on a long, straight post rather than a curved post. Forward helix ear piercings typically heal in about 3-6 months on average. Cleaning the piercing site and forward helix earring is important during the healing process. Keeping up with the piercing aftercare will help avoid complications and allow the piercing to heal smoothly. Take a look at the ideas we’ve gathered and get inspired to get some stacked forward helix piercings!
a lovely ear look with a triple forward helix piercing, a daith and a multiple lobe one, with studs and hoops of gold
a modern and laconic ear set with a double helix piercing, a tragus and a double lobe one all done with cool studs
a pretty ear look with a double forward helix, a daith and a helix piercing all done with studs and a hoop
a refined ear set with a triple forward helix piercing, a daith, tragus and lobe one, all done with matching studs and hoops
a simple triple forward helix piercing done with matching studs that create an ombre effect looks cool
a super bold and chic ear set with stacked lobe, conch, helix, faux rook, triple tragus and forward helix piercings done with matching studs and hoops
a super delicate ear with a double forward helix piercing and a single lobe one done with a hoop
a triple forward helix piercing done with matching gold studs is a lovely idea for a modern look, no other piercings required
a triple forward helix piercing, a helix and a lobe piercing done with matching studs and a single hoop is a stylish idea