5. Conch Piercing
Point your forefinger horizontally into your ear, as if you are going to travel excavation for cerumen, and place your thumb behind your ear. Squeeze those 2 fingers along. That flat little bit of ear that you are feeling? that is your univalve. And yes, it’s potential to pierce it! It’s one among the less common designs, most likely as a result of it’s comparatively sophisticated. This is often due to the thick animal tissue, thus any piercings should be done by knowledgeable, honorable piercer. However, those that do take the step and acquire a univalve piercing look pretty damn cool, as they’ll sport some fancy jewelry!