1. Choose Jewellery & Back Piece
If you already have an existing piercing hole check out our selection of piercing jewellery here.
The back post you should choose heavily depends on the state of your piercing*. Make sure to consult our Post Size Guide or book an in-person meeting with one of our piercers.
*Back post length varies depending on the state of your ear. For example, if it has just been pierced, the area tends to be slightly swollen, requiring a longer back post to allow for swelling and subsequent healing. When your piercing has healed and the swelling gone down, the back post can be exchanged to a shorter size to allow for more comfortable feel.
2. Change Jewellery
Upgrade your look. Once you're ready to change your piercing jewellery (if you wish, of course), we would always recommend consulting our piercers for the best and easiest experience. If you are around one of our studios, make sure to book the service called "Follow up / Downsize / Change of Jewellery". However, if by any reason you can't make it to our piercing studios, our piercing jewellery is also available online, ready for your styling. That said, make sure to look through our Post Size Guide to ensure the perfect fit. Get more inspiration on how to style your ear here.
3. Aftecare/Take care
It is not complex, but it is important - make sure to follow the advice of our piercers when it comes to your newly curated ear. Should you experience any trouble, discomfort or have any questions about the healing process, make sure to contact our piercing studios or book a follow up appointment. Our piercers are more than happy to help you out and guide you through the healing process. Do you just need a refresher? Take a look at our aftercare guide here.