Ear piercings are very popular among people of all ages, races, and ethnic groups. Originally designed to give the wearer pierced ears to help them hear better, piercings have become a symbol of personal freedom for many individuals. It’s easy to see why: ear-piercing holes can be shaped in a variety of ways, but they always end up looking the same. If you think about it, that’s kind of boring. The only thing that changes is the location and appearance of the hole. There are many different types of ear piercing holes, and each one has its own unique benefits and drawbacks. If you’re looking to explore your interest in piercings further or just want some new jewelry, then this guide is for you. It covers everything from what type of ear piercing hole is right for you to how to close an ear piercing hole permanently. Whatever your reason for getting pierced, this guide should answer any questions you have about how to get the most out of your new accessory.
How To Close Ear Piercing Hole Permanently?
1. Cover Your Ear Piercing Hole
After you get your new ear piercing, it’s important to cover it with something to keep the skin from stretching and getting irritated. There are many different types of earrings and other jewelry that you can use for this purpose, but I recommend using a piece of gauze or toilet paper.
You can use any type of gauze and toilet paper that you prefer, but be sure to wash them first. This will help remove any dust or other particles that could irritate your skin. Once you’re done washing the gauze or toilet paper, make sure to dry them thoroughly before using them on your piercing. If they’re still wet when you apply them to your piercing, they could stick together and make the hole close up more quickly than normal. In fact, if they’re still wet when you apply them to your piercing, they might even hurt the piercings when you remove the jewelry.
2. Apply Sterile Bandage To The Piercing Hole
Once the gauze or toilet paper is dry enough for use on your ear piercing hole, gently wrap it around the hole in a spiral pattern as shown above (you can see how I do this in my video below). Use tape instead of pins if possible so that it doesn’t hurt or bruise your skin at all. You don’t want to leave any marks on your ears once the gauze has been removed (it may heal better if you do).
3. Apply Sterile Bandage Around The Piercings
Once the gauze has been applied to your ear piercing, gently wrap it around the piercings and secure it with tape. Make sure to cover the entire piercing hole and not just leave a small gap where the gauze meets the skin. If you do this, your ear-piercing hole will probably close up much faster than normal since there’s no skin to stretch and close with.
4. Leave Your Ear Piercing Hole Open For A Week To Let It Heal
After your gauze or toilet paper has been applied for a week, take it off and remove any tape that’s holding it in place. You should see that your piercing hole is already starting to close up as shown above (see video below if you want a visual demonstration). If this doesn’t happen after two weeks, then you’ll need to repeat step 3 again and leave your ear piercing hole open for another week. Afterward, you can try applying more gauze or toilet paper as before until your ear piercing hole closes completely (this may take several more weeks or months).
5. Clean The Piercing Hole With Soap & Water
After your piercing hole has completely healed, you can clean it with soap and water. Just make sure to thoroughly rinse the entire area with warm water and soap before removing the gauze or toilet paper so that any leftover particles don’t irritate your skin. If you leave any particles behind, they could cause an infection in your new piercing.
6. Apply Sterile Bandage To Your New Piercing Hole
Once the gauze or toilet paper has been removed from your ear piercing hole, apply a new sterile bandage to it as shown above (you can see how I do this in my video below). You want to make sure that there are no gaps between the gauze and your skin so that the piercings close up completely after every application of the sterile bandage. This will ensure that they don’t close up too soon or too slowly, which could cause a problem when removing the jewelry in a few weeks’ time (see step 7 below).
7. Remove The New Jewelry From Your Ear Piercing Hole
After your piercing hole has completely healed, you can remove the jewelry and re-pierce your ear with new piercing jewelry. Just make sure that you have a fresh sterile bandage on hand and apply it to your ear piercing hole before removing the old jewelry. If your hole is still healing, then you will want to leave it open for another week or two before removing the old jewelry so that it doesn’t close up too fast
What Is A Piercing Hole?
● A piercing hole is the hole made by a safety or body piercing jewelry when it has been removed from your body, causing two sides of your ear’s cartilage to adhere to each other. This can happen on an ear piercing that was too large for your ear canal or a radial incision site (a surgical incision between 2 or more finger/toe joints). After healing, the hole can make your pierced ears appear longer and larger than they were original. It is also possible for a RADIALLY REPAIRED extreme to result in markings that resemble star scars on the face. Below you will see pictures of this type of scarring that are commonly associated with recreational piercings. Don’t confuse this type of scarring with tattooing – these are purely decorative scars not caused by tattooing ink.
● Safety precautions: Surfacing scar tattoos consisting of a couple of parallel vertical lines (see above) with small raised dots is normal. The nearly vertical line represents an upper lobe and the smaller dots represent cartilage between them (i.e., part of your ear). Many people get these tattoos because they liked what they looked like when done and dyed their hair black to show them off more prominently. You may also get these if you have skin irritation from long-term sun exposure or from temporary tanning devices such as lamps where you look directly under bright UV light for precise lines instead of using traditional ink and canvas. Temporary tanning devices should be taken out of your skin about two weeks after putting them in and these permanent scars will fade.
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Types Of Ear Piercing Holes
for You to Choose From:
Ear piercing holes are quite common these days as there is numerous ear piercing styles to choose from. The main point of difference between the different types of ear piercing holes is in their size and shape. The type of ear piercing hole that you choose depends on several factors, including where you will be wearing your earrings and what kind of earrings you want to wear.
Small holes: This is the most common type of piercing hole. It can be made in the outer cartilage or the helix portion of your earlobe, just below your lobe. Small holes are used for pierced studs or hoops so that they will fit comfortably in your ears. Small holes also work well for dangle hoop earrings because they do not stick out too far from your ears; this saves you from having to wear heavy-weight dangle hoops all the time because they will get caught on clothing and other objects easily. Small holes have a tendency to heal faster than larger ones because they are smaller and more closely placed together. They also don’t require a special post-piercing care regimen, which makes them very convenient for people who have little time available to dedicate to their piercings.
Large holes: This is not a type of piercing hole but rather refers to any size hole that is large enough for you to wear a large hoop or stud in it comfortably without having it fall out often (or at all). Large holes can be placed in the helix portion of your earlobe, or they can be placed in the cartilage. Large holes are used for pierced studs, bulky hoops, and dangle hoops. Large holes may require more attention than small ones because they tend to be on the outside of your ears and can get caught on clothing and other objects easily. They also heal faster than small ones because they are larger and more closely packed together.
Oval holes: This is a very popular type of piercing hole that is usually placed in the cartilage portion of your earlobe. Oval holes come in all shapes and sizes, but most are quite small; only a few are large enough to accommodate large-size hoops or studs comfortably without falling out often (or at all). Oval holes do not require extra care after you have them pierced because they don’t have any special requirements for healing; however, you should keep an eye on them so that you don’t lose one or both piercings before they have healed completely.
No one ever said getting their ears pierced would be easy, and the process should be enjoyable, not nerve-wracking. This guide is designed to help you close the ear-piercing hole you’ve always wanted with ease. Whether you’re getting your ears pierced for the first time or you’ve been through the piercing process several times, this guide will help you get started on the right foot.