Starry Outer Conch

As absolutely lovely and quite discreet star-shaped implant by Lary (larypiercing.fi) in Turku, Finland. It looks gorgeous for being only six weeks old — as I mentioned in a recent posts, it can take up to a year for these very fine implants in the ear to settle and really be properly visible. The cute little heart-shaped daith is nice as well of course, but you can’t beat the subtlety of these ear implants — the sort of thing that must get a lot of double-takes from strangers on the street who notice it out of the corner of their eye, probably wondering if it’s something the person was born with, or an elective procedure, since I doubt that mainstream awareness of this type of implant is that common.

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2 thoughts on “Starry Outer Conch

  1. It might take months to settle down skin on small detailed relief like brace knuckle.
    as for simple designes like stars and crosses, it would become visible in 5-7weeks normally :)

  2. This is so cute. And small enough to be noticeable, but not in your face. I have a strange shaped ear so I have been very limited to what mods I can have. I’d love a version of this, but Idk if it is possible.

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