The 5 Piercings That Look Great on Any Guy
- Helix Piercing. Similar in reasoning to the earlobes, the Helix is located in the upper cartilage and is a piercing that looks great on guys! …
- Nose Piercing. The nose piercing is becoming more and more popular amongst guys going under the needle. …
- Eyebrow Piercing. …
- Nipple Piercing.
Likewise, which ear should guys get pierced?
However, there is a prevailing consensus in some circles nowadays that if you want to show your straight, you get your left ear pierced. If you pierce the right, then you’re communicating that you are gay. Those in the rap world, along with bikers and pirates, took on the left ear to show that they are straight.
Just so, which side do straight guys wear earrings?
Do straight guys have both ears pierced?
Men can have both of their ears pierced! In fact, many men do have both of their ears pierced! Men can also have as many piercings in their ears as they see fit.
It used to say that ear piercing in the right means you’re gay, and left piercing means you’re straight. Both ear piercing means you’re bisexual and have an inclination towards both genders. … It’s just someone’s preference if he wants to have earrings in both ears.
In ancient China, piercing in your left ear means that this person’s life is in danger and piercing in his ear can protect him from any mishap. For this reason in old ages, sailors had piercings in their ear so they can be protected from any blizzard in the sea and pirates used piercing in the ear for their protection.
Here are a few questions to consider, starting with the first one that most men face when thinking about ear piercing: One Ear or Two? There is no right answer to this question. It’s a personal choice.
However of the people with tattoos 30% thought themselves to be more sexy with it and 21% said that they feel more attractive and strong. The most popular body modification in the U.S is ear piercings at 49% but having a body piercing on another part of the body is far less popular at only 7%.
In the late 1960s, the hippy movement made earrings on men a symbol of rebellion and non-conformism. … In the ’80s, wearing an earring in the right ear meant the wearer was a homosexual, but an earring in the left meant the wearer was straight.