We will decorate your body with a piece of jewelry. With good preparation and in sterile conditions, the procedure is not time consuming. Before the procedure, the master will explain to you which jewelry can be installed and will agree with you on the exact location of the piercing. The procedure takes only a few minutes, including preparation and how painful it is depends on where the piercing is placed. Well fed, rested and relaxed person will feel much less discomfort when piercing.

The piercing is performed in strictly sterile conditions and the high quality jewelry we use has been tested by the Institute of Public Health and does not cause allergic reactions nor can it cause complications. You can also buy this jewelry separately at our premises.

At the end of the procedure, we will explain how to take care of the piercing, and how and with what to treat it during healing. Depending on the type of piercing, our clients receive written instructions that should be followed in the healing process. As important it is for the piercing to be performed by a professional, it is just as important to take care of the new piercing so that the healing goes smoothly.

It is advisable for the client to come to the studio for a check-up a few days after the piercing and to direct any questions to the right address; to the master who also made the pierce.

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Piercing maintenance

We will explain in detail how to nurture and maintain a fresh pierce. Post-tattoo care and skin healing are an integral part of the tattooing process and can significantly affect the final result on your skin.

Contact us

If you have any questions about piercing feel free to contact us by phone, via social media or in person at our tattoo parlor. We love to talk about our work and we are always glad if we can make it easier for clients to find a right path to a new decoration on their body.

Piercing guide

There are many piercings and not every is named after the part of the body where they are located. The search for the piercing you want will be simplified by this guide through the names, placement, application procedure and techniques we use. Decide on which part of the body you want the piercing and find an adequate jewelry.

Ear pierces


HELIX PIERCING is any piercing located along the ear on the part where the cartilage is. With these piercings, there is a risk of “collapse”, ie deformation of the cartilage, if it is not done with the right tools and procedure. When we say: the wrong tool, we mostly mean “drill guns” that are not sterile and do great damage to the surrounding tissue and cartilage. They are illegal for a reason!


INDUSTRIAL is the name for two or more piercings that are connected by a single bar. However, in the normal use of that name, Industrial refers to two Helix piercings (cartilage) connected by a straight or curved bar. It can be horizontal or vertical.


CONCH is a piercing on the the earlobe, near the ear canal itself. It can be done with standard jewelry thickness (1.6mm) or “dermal punch” method to “break out” most of the cartilage and wear thicker jewelry. Historically, practiced by Gorak Naths, members of the Sadhu sect who are well known for practicing conch piercings.


TRAGUS is one of the standard piercings and it is located on a small protrusion of cartilage right in front of the ear canal. This piercing has no historical significance, only aesthetic. It can be done with flat jewelry or a ring and is not associated with any consequences in hearing or facial paralysis as urban legends say.


ORBITAL is similar to Industrial, the difference is that here two piercings are connected to the ring. The piercings are usually allowed to heal separately with two straight rods, and a ring is placed afterwards. It is possible to work with the ring initially, but this procedure is more painful and takes longer to heal.


ROOK is a piercing on the fold of cartilage between the concha on the indented part of the auricle and the upper, flat part of the cartilage. This piercing requires a lot of caution and care because it is more sensitive and exposed when phoning or sleeping than other piercings.


DAITH is a piercing that passes through the inner fold of the cartilage in the ear. It is one of the more complicated to make and was first made in 1992. It is not very painful and usually heals well.


ANTI-TRAGUS is located on the protruding part of the cartilage just above the earlobe. The performance is not complicated but many say this is one of the most painful ear piercings.

Facial pierces

Most piercings on the face are named after the part of the face where it is located (vertical and horizontal eyebrows, nose, septum, cheeks …) but there are also specially named piercings and most of them are on the mouth.


LABRET is a piercing that passes through the lower lip, no matter if in the middle or on the side. It takes about 3 months to heal and it needs to be cleaned and nurtured outside and inside. There are various combinations with two or more labrets, and the fiercest is the one with piercing on each side of the lip and it is called “Snakebites.”


MADONNA / MONROE is a piercing of the upper lip on the side. It was named after two entertainment stars that drew a mole on that part of their lips. The care procedure is the same as for the labret (see aftercare instructions for oral piercings).


MEDUSA / PHILTRUM is a piercing of the middle of the upper lip, below the septum. With this piercing, the most important thing is to determine the position well so as not to further emphasize any lack of symmetry on the face. In Europe it is called Medusa (without any historical or mythological meaning), and in America Philtrum (after the name of the work of the lip on which it is located).


DAHLIA / JOKER piercings are in the very corners of the lips on each side.
Other names for facial piercings:


BRIDGE can be placed horizontally and vertically. The horizontal bridge is located above the root of the nose, between the eyes. It is usually done with a curved rod (banana) and smaller balls and is not associated with any visual impairment as urban legends say.

The vertical bridge is located between the eyebrows, in the middle. It can be done with the same jewelry as the horizontal or with discs.


ANTI-EYEBROW is a facial surface piercing located below the eye, at the level of the cheekbone. It is usually at an angle, but not necessarily. Just like a bridge, it can be worked with balls or discs.


TEMPLE is located flush with the outer corners of the eye, the same is considered a surface piercing.


SIDEBURN is a surface piercing made vertically in front of the ear. It is usually done parallel to the tragus which is why many people confuse it for a vertical tragus.


SMILEY is a piercing located on the fringe below the upper lip, the frenulum. It cannot be performed on everyone because some people do not have or have a very short frenulum. It is called a smiley because, if properly positioned and if the choice of jewelry is good, it is only seen when a person laughs.


WEB is located on the frenulum under the tongue. Like Smiley, not everyone can have it. It can be done with a ring or a banana. Its disadvantage is that it is difficult to clean and change without tools due to unavailability.

Surface piercing

Two balls or discs that are at the ends of the pierce are connected longitudinally, under the skin with a rod called surface bar. It usually looks like a straight rod that has two threads at the ends at a 90 ° angle that protrude from the skin and are screwed by the appropriate extensions. Theoretically, they can be placed on most parts of the body, but in order to heal successfully, they must be placed on a flat part of the body.

They are most often done on the face (vertical bridge, sideburn, temple, anti-eyebrow) or on the back of the neck, lower back and abdomen, chest, etc.

Consult your piercer about positioning to make sure you don’t have healing problems. Some of the names for surface piercings (besides those already mentioned) are:


NAPE – surface on the back of the door, usually performed only horizontally


STERNUM – piercing on the sternum, ie the chest, the exact location depends on personal preferences but also the anatomy


CHRISTINA is by definition a surface piercing and uses the same jewelry (surface bar with discs or beads) and Cristina is also defined by some as a genital piercing due to the placement; vertically on the pubic bone. It is reputed to be one of the more uncomfortable surfaces in terms of pain levels during installation itself. And healing will go smoothly with caution during sexual intercourse or waxing.

Nipple piercing

It is typically located at the base of the raised part of the nipple. Jewelry should not pass through the halo or adipose tissue as this can lead to mastitis. They can be performed horizontally, vertically or at an angle.

Many people think that they cannot have piercings if they have straight or indented nipples, but there are techniques that can be used for piercing without any problems. Usually after the procedure they happen to become more protruding which has no negative consequences. It is not recommended to work with jewelry less than 1.6 mm thick, and it is not difficult to heal them, although the process is long (6-9 months).

Genital piercing

The most common female genital piercings:

Vertical hood (VHC)

VERTICAL HOOD (VHC) is the most common female genital piercing. It passes through the tissue (foreskin) that covers the clitoris. The uninitiated mix it with a clitoral piercing which is not so common and is significantly riskier in implementation.

A ring can also be worn, but also for comfort and aesthetics, women more often choose a “banana” with beads (similar jewelry as for the navel).

VHC not only has an aesthetic function but also enhances stimulus since the jewelry rests lightly on the clitoris. It is easy to heal (see aftercare instructions for genital piercings).

Horizontal hood

HORIZONTAL HOOD is located in the same place as the vertical hood, only it is horizontal and most often made with a ring. If you choose jewelry that matches the anatomy, the ball of the ring should rest on the clitoris and thus intensify the stimulus.

Big and small lips

BIG AND SMALL LIPS The name itself speaks of placement, and function of these piercings for most women is mainly aesthetic. Small lips heal faster and in most cases rings are put as jewelry.


TRIANGLE passes through the tissue under the clitoris and for such a piercing it is necessary to have the appropriate anatomy, not all women can have it. You need to consult a piercer about this.
The most common male genital piercings:

Prince Albert

PRINCE ALBERT is the most common male genital piercing. It is located on the outside of the frenulum and enters the urethra. Placement also depends on whether the man is circumcised or not. It heals quickly and without major problems. It is mostly done with rings, usually from 2.4 mm upwards.


AMPALLANG passes horizontally through the glans, through the urethra or above and is one of the more painful male genital piercings and also has a complicated healing process. Like APADRAVYA which pierces from the top of the head to the bottom and it is actually a combination of Prince Albert and the reverse PA. Most start with this piercing and later continue it in Apadravya.


HAFADA is a piercing located on the scrotum, most often on the upper part. It is done mostly with rings and is one of the less painful piercings to pierce and heal.


Microdermals are a category unto themselves. They are placed with a needle or dermal punches, after which a titanium plate is inserted, which has a single thread at an angle of 90 °, which protrudes from the skin and which is screwed on by the extensions (discs). The idea is to make a piercing that looks like it’s screwed of the skin or just glued considering it doesn’t have both an inlet and an outlet hole.

It can be placed on most parts of the body, but (just like with surface piercings) that doesn’t mean it can heal perfectly on every part of the body. The procedure itself is not very painful and is not difficult to heal, but it is somewhat more difficult to clean the lymph that accumulates under the disc. The lymph is best cleaned after showering or washing, when the scab softens, by tucking a tissue or soft floss under the disc.

The first 2 weeks you should be more careful not to hook the microdermal somewhere and pull it out. After this period, it will already grow in with the surrounding tissue and there will be no need for special protection.

These of course are not all piercings that exist and all places on the body that can be pierced. If you want to put together your piercing combination, feel free to ask us for advice and we will advise you on positioning and suitable jewelry to make you happy with the result and heal your piercing well.