Just had a daith piercing done
and need jewellery to complete the look? If so then you’re one brave
soul as this piercing can be painful, depending on your pain threshold.
It is done by piercing the deepest part of cartilage fold above the ear
Although the cartilage area is known to take longer to heal, there’s nothing wrong with getting ahead and buying in the jewellery ready.
Finding The Right Jewellery For Your Daith Piercing
Once your daith piercing has healed it is then safe to remove the existing jewellery and replace it with a new one of your choice. For this type of piercing a BCR is the usual choice although barbells are also common. These two styles of jewellery offer a different look, and when it comes down to you choosing one it’s important you have an image already in mind.
With the daith piercing it’s important to know whether a BCR or barbell is going to be more comfortable. That’s all down to individuality and so it’s up to you to decide which type you’re going to go for. Barbells come in a straight or curved shape whereas BCRs and seamless rings are both circular. A ring or BCR would be more comfortable given the position of the piercing but when it comes down to jewellery it’s about personal choice.