Ear piercings in abundance at Crazy Factory!

New to ear piercings and curation? It can be overwhelming to map out the look that you want for your ear piercings. Fortunately, helix piercings are an easy way to build up your ear setup. You're free to experiment with the placement and number of helix piercings that you want - your creativity is the only limit! For spots that are trickier to pierce like the helix, you will definitely want to get jewellery that complements your ear shape and won't irritate your skin. Lucky for you, all our jewellery at Crazy Factory is safe to use and easy to insert! Did you know that we have almost 10,000 different piercings for your ears to choose from? Nowhere else will you find this many different piercings, that's for sure! Totally Crazy: The biggest selection, the hottest prices, the best quality only with your Factory!

Anti-Helix

Also called snug piercings, anti-helix piercings got their name because they are located on the opposite side of your helix. That being said, anti-helix piercings tend to have a more eye-catching and stylish look because of their placement. They're the perfect ear piercings for someone looking to get something different for their ears and go surprisingly well with other types of piercings on the ear. You also have a wide variety of choices for the jewellery you can wear with an anti-helix piercing. Go for the traditional circular ring or curved barbell or get creative with shapes and accents too!

Anti-Tragus

Do you want a one-of-a-kind ear piercing that can look subtle but spice up your current ear curation as well? The anti-tragus may be the piercing worth getting. Located in the area opposite your tragus, the anti-tragus piercing is as versatile as it is eye-catching. Keep things simple with a stud or combine it with your other ear piercings for a more personalized look. Anti-tragus piercings also look especially good on people who have a more pronounced nub in their ear as it's a pretty tricky spot to pierce. So if you've got the anatomy for it, you'll definitely have an awesome look!

Daith Piercing

If you're looking to get a more unconventional ear piercing, the Daith piercing is an excellent choice! Its unique placement makes a Daith piercing an eye-catching piercing to wear. It's also a great and aesthetically pleasing piercing that will complement your ear shape if you happen to have bigger and rounder ears. While there are a lot of rumours going around that this piercing can cure migraines, there is still no scientific and medical evidence to support that claim. As of now, the only thing a Daith piercing can really cure is your ache for creative expression and body acceptance.

Forward Helix

Do you want a more subtle ear piercing that is still unusual and striking? After all, ear piercings can be quite flashy and not everyone wants a blatantly conspicuous piercing. Fret not - the forward helix piercing is the perfect piercing for you! With the piercings being placed on that area just above your tragus, the placement this piercing is still being eye-catching without being overpowering. Forward helix piercing are also incredibly versatile, especially if you're curating a certain look for your ear piercings. They look stunning on their own, but forward helix piercings can also pair well with other ear piercings too!

Helix Piercing

New to ear piercings and curation? It can be overwhelming to map out the look that you want for your ear piercings. Fortunately, helix piercings are an easy way to build up your ear setup. You're free to experiment with the placement and number of helix piercings that you want - your creativity is the only limit! For spots that are trickier to pierce like the helix, you will definitely want to get jewellery that complements your ear shape and won't irritate your skin. Lucky for you, all our jewellery at Crazy Factory is safe to use and easy to insert!

Industrial Piercing

For an ear piercing with maximum impact, an industrial piercing is a great option! This piercing combines a helix and anti-helix piercing with a single straight barbell. It's an incredibly striking piercing that works well on its own to give you a more avant-garde look. You also have the option to soften and make it look cuter by adding the right piercings to your ear curation. Either way, industrial piercings are a unique ear piercing and complement ears more on the larger side. Tired of the barbell? No worries! Industrial piercings can be transformed with studs, curved barbells, and more!

Inner Conch Piercing

If you're looking for an ear piercing with an interesting placement but is a bit more on the subtle side, then conch piercings are a great option! Inner conch piercings in particular look good on people who have more space in the inner part of their conch. You can get a piercing that flows well with your natural ridge! Not only does an inner conch piercing look striking, but you also have more room to be creative with the jewellery type, style, and angle of it too! Find the perfect piece for your inner conch piercing today!

Lobe Piercing

The lobe piercing is the most popular form of piercing for men and women everywhere and dates back to ancient times. Its prominence in both popular and counterculture over the decades are testaments to its timelessness. The versatility of a lobe piercing is also another reason for the enduring quality it has. It goes with any kind of ear piercing and is the ideal first piercing for a lot of people as well. But why settle for a normal lobe piercing? You can totally get two or more lobe piercings or have your current lobe piercing stretched if you want something fun and different!

Orbital Piercing

Do you want a new way to wear an ear piercing that perfectly balances striking and sophisticated? Go for an orbital piercing! Like the industrial piercing, a single piece of jewellery goes around two different perforations - except this one loops around your ear. It's a fresh and different way to sport an ear piercing, especially if you want something not many people have. Plus, you can have an orbital piercing on your ear's lobe or helix region - or both! If you happen to have a constellation piercing, orbital piercings can be effortlessly added to it too. Get inspired by our selection of jewellery at Crazy Factory.

Outer Conch Piercing

If you happen to have more space on the outer conch of your ear, you have the perfect anatomy for this gorgeous trend-setting piercing! Outer conch piercings have grown in popularity because of their strong look and versatility. A single hoop wrapping around the side of your ear can give you a unique and eye-catching look, even when it's worn alone. An outer conch piercing can blend flawlessly with a number of ear piercings, too! Get a beautiful gold hoop for a classic look or be completely extra and stack up two piercings. Your creativity and style are the only limits!

Rook Piercing

Looking to try something different with your current look? Go for something unexpected by getting a rook piercing! It's a less common inner-ear piercing where the jewellery goes through the flap of skin above your daith. Rook piercings are a great way to update your ear setup, or they can give you a completely new look! Rook piercings are also versatile and are fun to customize once they're fully healed. By then, you're totally free to change the jewellery to a hoop or a bar depending on your mood! You can find a huge collection of pieces for your rook piercing right here.

Tragus Piercing

Tragus piercings combine both softness and badassery that no other ear piercing can. It's a great piercing option for people who are a fan of more subtle piercings that are still unique. It's also a timeless piercing that ages well and has endured as the years go by and is still a popular ear piercing today. You can easily customize a tragus piercing with any kind of jewellery that you like. It makes quite a statement all on its own. If you have other ear piercings and feel bored with your current setup, a tragus piercing will surely spice things up!

Transverse Lobe

The transverse lobe piercing takes the traditional lobe piercing and puts a spin on it (literally). Instead of the usual way, front to back, this piercing goes through the lobe horizontally. After all, lobe piercings have become very common that it can be hard to stand out, even with multiple piercings and ways of styling. If you are looking for a uniquely fun way to rock a lobe piercing, the transverse lobe piercing is definitely what you're looking for! It's an extremely simple but effective way to change up your look, especially when you feel like your ear setup could use a bit of an upgrade.

High Lobe Piercing

Do you want to try something new with your lobe piercings without committing to getting a cartilage piercing yet? If multiple piercings or stretching out your lobe piercings aren't quite your speed, you can opt to an upper lobe or high lobe piercing. This piercing has been making waves for the dainty but eye-catching statement that it makes. You get a different way to wear two earrings on your lobe by stacking them on top of each other for a more fun look. Go for simple studs or pair a stud piercing with a pretty hoop, the only limit is your creativity!

Vertical Industrial

Do you love the edgy and tough look of the industrial piercing but wish it was a bit more versatile? Meet the vertical industrial piercing. Instead of going horizontally across your ear, the barbell is inserted vertically through your ear, connecting different types of ear piercings. If you happen to have a lot of different ear piercings but want to switch out the jewellery for something less complicated, getting a vertical industrial piercing is a great option! The orientation of this piercing also allows for more experimentation too. Arrange multiple vertical industrial piercings into interesting patterns or create a cool ear cage!