Helix piercing: Helix Piercing are cartilage piercings usually done along the upper ear. This piercing is performed using a small gauge piercing needle and often does not include any pain because there are no nerve endings in this area.
Forward Helix piercing: It is similar to regular helix piercing, but lower, near to the helix. Although forward helix piercing can be used with a variety of jewellery or even incorporated into an industrial piercing style. Common forward helix jewellery trends include studs, for the most part.
Industrial Piercing: Industrial piercing involves a pair of piercings, using a single barbell piece of jewellery. In industrial piercing, one piercing is in the forward-helix area, and other is on the opposite side of the ear.