We all love a curated ear! No matter if you’ve got just a lobe piercing or a fully stacked cartilage. Stylish earring combination can elevate any casual outfit. Depending on our mood for the day, a suitable designer jewellery can become an accent that will emphasize the style of any outfit. As you know, the world is becoming more and more comfortable and casual in terms of clothing. One of the world’s best jewellery trends for modern living is “ear stacking”, as the name suggests, the trend in ear stacking is to use multiple earrings together or simply layering them up the ear.
Everything You Need To Know About Ear Stacking or How To Curate Your Ears.
With almost unlimited number of combinations, you can create your own “curated ear” to make your daily life look stylish, trendy and… without sacrificing comfort. Also in our “new normal” of virtual connection the benefits of wearing earrings brings a huge plus to your look! Interesting combos of piercing earrings will playfully enhance to your best side when it comes to the camera’s lens (use this smart tactic to frame your beautiful face with an array of stunning ear jewellery).
The trend of styling multiple piercing earrings (or ear stacks) is still strong. Whether you are a piercing pro or just thinking of getting into “curate-your-ear” world , here are the fresh ideas to pick up:
Which are the best piercing areas after lobes?
A helix or tragus piercing always look amazing as a first cartilage piercing. Perhaps Helix is the simplest and most popular piercing area, it will show your piercing jewellery in all its glory, this area is visible from all angles of view. It doesn’t hide inside the ear like Daith for example.
Do multiple ear piercings look good?
Or is it better to have two symmetrical earrings in lobes? There is no specific rule for getting the symmetrical piercing on both ears. Yes, the lobe piercing tends to match on both sides, but for the other types of piercings it depends entirely on your inner stylist.
Always rely on the anatomy of your own ears. Some people have a fairly wide area of the tragus, while in others it is barely noticeable. Also helix, for some women it perfectly shows the earring in all it’s beauty, for others the earring can hide in the fold of the ear. Look in the mirror and study your ears. Visually try on the earring in one place or another on your cartilage area. Trust only reputable piercing parlors, where a specialist will advise you based on your preferences.
Mix It Up! Big and small, dainty and bold, huggies and studs. Balance statement earrings with more delicate ones, try to create piercing combinations that are complementary to each other in design as well as try to mix earrings completely different in style. Consider your other jewelry, such as rings, bracelets, and necklaces.
How do I stop the ear from looking overloaded?
Spacing is key to a luxurious ear stack. If your piercing jewellery is too close to each other this could look overloaded. There are many different ear shapes and anatomy variations. Be an “ear curator” for yourself and evaluate your anatomy. If you have very thin earlobes, then heavy hoop earrings can look painful and pull your ears down. If you have very small ears, it is best not to make more than one or two holes in the upper cartilage. One statement stylish helix earring can look better than three that layered on top of each other due to lack of space. For best results, strive to create balance at sufficient intervals.
Are multiple ear piercings unprofessional?
It is, rather, about more unconventional piercings. Such as the industrial, tunnels or plugs in piercing, many still believe they are not suitable for professional jobs. As for the earlobes and delicate fine earrings along the edges of the ear cartilage, they look more like a sophisticated addition rather than a statement.
Color Gemstone Piercings.
Adding high quality colorfull gemstone earrings will add playfulness, mood and style to any outfit. Whether it’s a simple white T-shirt with jeans or a flamboyant summer dress, emeralds, sapphires and rubies will do the magic! Take a look at Lena Cohen Luxury Piercings Collection in which you will find earrings with colored gemstones, such as white and black diamonds, rubies, emeralds, blue and pink sapphires.. All our gemstones are ethically sourced, high quality, natural (except for our black diamonds which have been heat treated to distribute an even colour throughout the gem, but please bear in mind that all black diamonds across the globe will have been heat treated) and carefully chosen by our team of gemologist. All our gems have a brilliant cut, (a 𝗯𝗿𝗶𝗹𝗹𝗶𝗮𝗻𝘁 𝗰𝘂𝘁 is a gemstone cut in a particular form with numerous facets so as to have 𝗲𝘅𝗰𝗲𝗽𝘁𝗶𝗼𝗻𝗮𝗹 𝗯𝗿𝗶𝗹𝗹𝗶𝗮𝗻𝗰𝗲. This brilliant cut shape provides maximum light to reflect and return through to the top of the gemstone).