An industrial piercing (North America), sometimes called a scaffold piercing (UK/Ireland) or construction piercing, is any two pierced holes connected with a single straight piece of jewelry (compare to orbital piercing); however, it typically refers to a double perforation of the upper ear cartilage specifically.
Beside above, do scaffold piercings hurt?
How much will getting an Industrial Piercing hurt? It’s not going to be nothing, but the pain is minimal and completely bearable. There might be some discomfort, especially as you are getting two piercings, but it shouldn’t be too sore, more of a pinch really.
Considering this, how much is industrial ear piercing?
|Piercing Type||Piercing Fee||Jewelry starting price|
|Industrial||$55||Starts at $43+Tax|
|Lip/Labret||$30||Starts at $38+Tax|
|Monroe/Philtrum||$30||Starts at $38+Tax|
|Earlobe(Single)||$25||Starts at $38+Tax|
Which ear is best for industrial piercing?
Most people’s ears are suitable to get an industrial piercing. However some people’s ears don’t have a prominent ridge on the upper part of the ear. If your ear has a prominent ridge that runs from the upper part of the ear to about midway then you should be able to get an industrial no problem.
Most Painful Piercings
- Daith. A daith piercing is a puncture to the lump of cartilage in your inner ear, above the ear canal. …
- Helix. The helix piercing is placed in the cartilage groove of the upper ear. …
- Rook. …
- Conch. …
- Industrial. …
- Dermal Anchor. …
- Septum. …
You can look trashy with a single piercing to person A, while you won’t seem trashy to person B even with multiple ear piercings. … However, in certain conditions you may look trashy to everyone. That’s when you wear really cheap earrings in those multiple piercings.
The initial pain won’t last more than a second or two but the piercing can remain sore for the first month. The difficulty of an industrial piercing to heal also makes it much more painful in the long run.
Bleeding may continue—usually intermittently—for a few days. Localized bruising is normal, though not typical for most piercings. Heavy blood flow or bleeding that continues for longer than a few days may be cause for concern, and you should contact your piercer or a physician.
Industrial piercings look absolutely awesome, but you have to take very good care of them. Cartilage piercings generally take longer to heal, and an industrial is two piercings rather than one. Stick to what your piercer says in terms of when you can take it out, and add a couple of weeks, just to be on the safe side.
Men try various types of piercing to spice up their looks, and one of the most daring and bold ones is industrial piercing. The industrial piercing actually consists of two piercings in one.
–Never spin the jewelry, move it back and forth, or move it while you’re cleaning it. The jewelry may feel tight or like it’s not moving around and that is OK. It will move around on it’s own. –In your shower, avoid any shampoo, conditioner or soap on the piercing.
Ask your doctor to prescribe a topical numbing cream with lidocaine derivatives that can help anesthetize the earlobes. Layer a thick coat of the cream onto the lobes 30 to 60 minutes before the piercing. Experts also say that applying ice 15 to 30 minutes before the piercing might help numb the pain receptors.
Ear Piercing is FREE with the purchase of a starter kit. Starter kits are priced from $30 and include the piercing earrings and standard After Care Solution. Ear cartilage piercing is subject to an additional charge.
The industrial piercing healing process will be the same as any other cartilage piercing. … In cartilage piercings, it’s very easy to damage the skin, causing complications like hypertrophic scarring. For this reason, some opt for cartilage studs while their industrial piercing heals.