Angel Bites Piercing Jewellery
Temps de Guérison:
|16 with ID|
|£50.00 - £55.00|
Échelle de douleur:
Angel Bites Piercing Jewellery
An angel bite piercing is a type of lip piercing which is placed on either side of the top lip. Angel bites are a combination of Madonna and Monroe piercings. Want to know more about angel bites and lip piercing? We are here to answer all your FAQs to help you decide whether this piercing is for you.
What is an angel bite?
An angel bite piercing is a type of lip piercing that is usually pierced with a labret from the outside to inside of the lip. Angel bites are located at the top of the lip on either side. This symmetrical piercing combines a Madonna and Monroe piercing.
Does angel bite piercing hurt?
The angel bites piercing is located on the upper lip which can be a sensitive area due to nerve endings. Therefore, this type of piercing may hurt more than lower lip piercings where less nerve endings are located. Many people describe a feeling of pressure when having angel bites done.
What do you eat after an angel bite piercing?
After your angel bite piercing you will need to be careful how and what you eat. Eat very gently and take small bites to reduce the amount of movement to your lip piercing. During the first couple of weeks you may want to stick to soft cold food as this is less likely to irritate your new angel bite piercing. Avoid spicy, sticky, and crunchy foods as these can re-open the piercing wound and get stuck in the piercing jewellery. After your angel bite piercing has healed you can eat whatever you want.
What is the difference between angel bite piercings and snake bite piercings?
Snake Bites vs Angel Bites - Snake Bites: The most common form of bites, snake bites involve two lower lip piercings on either side of the mouth. Angel Bites: Also known as a double Monroe, these types of piercing are similar to snake bites but are on the top lip. Canine Bites: Four lip piercings with two on the upper lip and two on the lower.
Are angel bite piercings bad for your teeth?
Lip piercings such as the angel bite piercing can be bad for your teeth due to their position. All lip and tongue piercings carry the risk of rubbing against your gums and teeth. In serious cases this can lead to red gums and receding gums. If you catch your piercing jewellery against your teeth you may wear away the enamel or cause the tooth to chip. Maintaining good oral hygiene and wearing small piercing jewellery will help to limit these potential risks
How long does it take angel bites to heal?
The angel bites piercing usually takes between 2 - 3 months to heal, providing the correct aftercare instructions are followed. To help make the healing process as quick and smooth as possible, simply follow these steps: Rinse your mouth well with a saltwater solution. Clean the outer area of your piercings with cotton balls soaked in a saltwater solution twice a day. Clean your teeth gently with a soft bristled brush. Don't fiddle or play with the piercing and only touch it with clean hands. Avoid alcohol and cut down on caffeine as these substances could increase the swelling. Avoid smoking and chewing gum.
How much do angel bites cost?
In the UK, angel bites cost an average of £50 - £55. The price reflects the cost of having two piercings at once and also is indicative of the experience level needed by your piercer to safely carry out this piercing. The prices will be nearer £55 if you chose high quality piercing jewellery which we recommend because it can help with healing and reduce potential irritation or allergic reaction.
Why are they called angel bites?
The angel bites piercing is also sometimes known as the double Madonna or the anti-bite. The name anti-bite stems from the fact that angel bites are the opposite of snake bites which are positioned on the lower lip. Angel bites are done on both sides of the upper lip for a more striking look.
Angel bites are usually pierced with a labret which means you will have plenty of choice of piercing jewellery at Blue Banana. With a range of colours, materials, designs, and sizes why not stock up on labret piercing so you can change all your piercing jewellery.
There are many other types of lip piercings to choose from so make sure check out our Piercing Guides for more information on piercings at Blue Banana.
- Angel Bite Piercing Bar
- Angel Bite Piercing Jewellery
- Jewellery Size – Make sure to find out from your piercer the size your angel bite 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!
- Gauge – this is the thickness of the jewellery itself.
- Length – the length of the piercing bar, usually not including the ball.
- Find Your Local BB Studio
- Age Restrictions & Prices
- Aftercare & Cleaning
- Piercing Size & Gauge Guide
- Inserting, Changing & Removing Jewellery
- Piercing Pain: The Ultimate Guide
- Piercing At Blue Banana
- Piercing Laws Around the UK