The daith piercing, which is a perforation in the innermost cartilage fold in the ear, has become hugely popular in the last several years.
Although it looks simple enough, the daith is one of the most intricate body piercings you can go for, as it typically requires a specially designed, curved needle in order to create the precise perforation required.
Difficulties aside; if done right, this piercing can truly stand out from the others, and is sure to be a real eye-catcher.
Although many people are excited to get a daith piercing, they are sometimes unsure as to how much the piercing is actually going to cost, especially if it's their first piercing.
While we can easily tell you that your piercing might cost “X” amount, it's essential that you understand what you are buying, and what your money is going towards. From here, you can then decide if getting a $5 daith piercing from your inexperienced best friend is worth it over going to a much safer and experienced piercing professional.
The daith piercing has become increasingly popular in the last several years, not only because of its subtle fashion statement, but also due to the fact that it's said that daith piercings can help relieve the pain from migraines and headaches, although this has not yet been scientifically proven.
However, while many people wish to get one of these striking ear piercings, plenty are worried about the discomfort when going through the daith piercing procedure, especially because of its awkward positioning in the sensitive, inner ear cartilage.
Although we are not going to sugar coat it and say that it won’t hurt (it probably will!), there are several ways of easing through the pain during the procedure, using both physical and mental techniques.
Most body piercings are desired for the aesthetic value they will add. They help you to create a unique style that represents you and your personality. Simply put, they look cool. Daith piercings, however, are different in that many people also get them for migraine relief.
So if you’re selecting a piercing to help you with pain management, to reduce the occurrence or severity of migraines, then you should check out this guide to the most recent information available on daith piercings for migraines.
Most people opt to get piercings simply for the aesthetics. They’re only in it for the looks and the cool factor. Some piercings, however, can serve a deeper purpose than visual appearance - and the daith piercing is one of those.