Here at the BodySparkle shop, the newest buzz is the “Triple Forward Helix” jewelry just in. This newest trend in piercing is taking the world by storm! A Triple Forward Helix is a series of three piercings very close together on the forward portion of your cartilage. While three piercings in a row might sound particularly painful, the end result is stunning. Besides, who achieves beauty without a little pain?
Do you have a Triple Forward Helix piercing or are you considering getting one? BodySparkle.com is one of the only online jewelry shops selling these dazzling sets! Check out our wide range of graduated Labret studs that are sure to give you that extra sparkle you’ve been craving. Here are three of my personal favorites.
Choosing the Perfect Stud
There are many factors to consider when looking for Triple Forward Helix jewelry. For starters, TFH jewelry comes in a variety of materials. We recommend and carry a variety of studs in both 316L Surgical Stainless Steel and BioFlex plastic. The material you choose depends on the look you want, comfort level and ultimately, personal preference. BodySparkle also carries a variety of post lengths to further customize the earrings to fit your unique ears. We start at a super-short 5/32 inch (4mm) length for a snug fit and petite ears. We also carry 1/4 inch (6mm), 5/16 inch (8mm) and longer studs. It is important to look for studs (Labrets) with small diameter backs so they fit discreetly within the fold of your cartilage. We carry Triple Forward Helix Labrets in 18 gauge and 16 gauge. View the line up at BodySparkle.com.
Confused about what size to buy? Check out our Easy-to-use BodySparkle Measuring Chart.
BodySparklers, tell us what you think about this new style of piercing! Pin on Pinterest or Post on Facebook, pictures of you wearing BodySparkle jewelry in your Triple Forward Helix piercing and you could be featured in a future BodySparkle Blog post! Also, please leave fellow BodySparklers your experiences and advice with the Triple Helix Piercing in the comments section below.