Curved Barbell, Staple Bar, Surface Bar, Microdermal
Temps de Guérison:
3-12 Months
Age Limit:
18 with ID / 16 with Parents
£40.00 - £85.00
Échelle de douleur:
Hip piercings are usually placed just above the pelvic bone and are most commonly pierced with a barbell. Find our hip piercing advice and jewellery tips by clicking below.
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Hip Surface Piercing Jewellery

Piercing Procedure
Ready to get a hip piercing? Use our store locator to find your local Blue Banana Studio. There’s no need to book an appointment; you can simply go to the store of your choice and be pierced on the day.

Make sure to check the hip piercing age restriction before coming to store. It can help to avoid any undue disappointment. In a Blue Banana studio, the hip piercing age restriction is 18 (ID may be required) or 16 with parental consent from a parent or guardian who is present.

Once you’re all booked in, you will have some forms to fill out. A member of Blue Banana staff will go through the steps and can help you pick out jewellery. Then you can meet the piercer! They too will give you a quick consultation and briefing before discussing the hip piercing location.

The hip piercing procedure will vary depending on the type of piercing jewellery you have chosen. If you are having a hip piercing with a barbell, which is the most common type of hip piercing, your piercer will pass a sterilised needle through the skin above the pelvis bone and insert the piercing jewellery. The piercer may clamp your skin to make it easier. If you are having a microdermal hip piercing then the piercer will make a small hole in the skin using a needle or dermal punch and insert a dermal anchor using forceps. The piercer will clamp the area of skin when you are having a microdermal piercing.
Aftercare Advice
A hip piercing can take 3-12 months to fully heal. The healing time varies from person to person and will need top aftercare to ensure successful healing.

During the healing process, it is important to avoid knocking the piercing or putting pressure on the area as this will slow down healing and can even cause unnecessary problems. During healing make sure not to wear clothing that will rub against the piercing and remove any strands of fabric that may get caught around the jewellery. Make sure to avoid using any cosmetics, including moisturisers and perfumes, on your hip until the piercing has healed. It is best to avoid swimming but you can cover the piercing with a waterproof dressing if absolutely necessary.

When cleaning your hip piercing, make sure to wash your hands with antibacterial soap before touching your piercing. Gently clean your hip piercing twice a day with salt water solution or Tea Tree Oil by bathing it using cotton wool.

If you would like further information, make sure to read our full Piercing Aftercare Guides to learn about side effects to look out for.

Choosing Piercing Jewellery
There’s plenty of options when it comes to hip piercing jewellery from Blue Banana. Some popular styles include:
  • Hip Dermals
  • Hip Barbells
  • Hip Piercing Jewellery
There are a range of colours and designs to choose from in our hip piercing jewellery range. When choosing your piercing jewellery there are a few things you should consider:
  • Jewellery Size – Make sure to find out from your piercer the size your hip piercing jewellery should be. 
  • Jewellery Material – piercing materials differ not only through their look but also how they could react to your skin. If you have sensitive skin that is prone to irritation, one of the many Titanium jewellery options is recommended. This material comes in a variety of colours and is durable too!
If you regularly participate in sports, you may want to discuss the best piercings for you with your piercer. You may need to consider the type of clothing you wear and whether the sport you participate in could result in the piercing getting knocked.

When searching for a piece of jewellery make sure you know your measurements.  We display the piercing jewellery measurements as Gauge first (displayed in millimetres) then Length, e.g. 1.2mm x 8mm.
  • Gauge – this is the thickness of the jewellery itself.
  • Length – the length of the piercing bar, usually not including the ball.
We generally recommend that for new piercings you choose longer jewellery. This can allow for extra room in case of any swelling. Make sure to check out the tips from our piercing guides for information about changing and removing piercing jewellery.

Other Guides & Ranges
Please Note: Blue Banana piercing information is based on knowledge from our experiences as one of the UK's top piercing studios. All details provided should be read alongside professional advice. Please see our full Piercing Articles Disclaimer, here.