Piercer to a Stars Maria Tash on a Biggest Ear Trends Now

When she was 14, Maria Tash was dragged by her mom to a mall to get her unequivocally initial piercing, and she was frightened to death. Cut to today, and she’s a trenchant black of New York, conceptualizing a prettiest, daintiest trinket and adorning a lobes of celebs like Scarlett Johansson, Gwyneth Paltrow and Beyoncé, nbd.

Tash spends her days travelling between London and New York, mapping out piercings for her register of celeb clients (you can indeed see where all their piercings are and what jewellery they chose on her website), and overseeing her 3 trenchant and tattoo spas.

We incited to her to get a deets on what’s trending in ear jewellery right now, with some kinda sum sum from a ’90s along a way.

The high lobe

A post common by Maria Tash (@maria_tash) on Jun 13, 2017 during 6:02am PDT

“The high initial lobe is unequivocally nice,” Tash says. “That’s where we pierce together to a normal trenchant that might have grown down. It creates your initial trenchant demeanour unequivocally counsel even if it has stretched.” This is a ideal second trenchant to get, since while some piercings don’t fit all ear shapes, this one works on many people. And it’ll reanimate fast and easily.

Spacing and asymmetry

“People tend to foster a mark between a lobe and a cartilage right above it. You can do your second and third [piercings] unequivocally tighten together in this section so it looks like we deliberately went serve divided and didn’t bunch them together,” Tash explained. “That asymmetry has unequivocally taken over. It’s not about relating hoops anymore, it unequivocally is like any trenchant is like a apart car to adorn.” So if we feel like wearing one shoulder-grazer in your left ear, though a elementary timber in your right, go for it.


Blue solid and yellow bullion emanate a shining outcome in this earlobe. This new character of coronet works seemlessly with a classical flower in a second piercing. (shop couple in profile) #mariatash #curatedear #bluediamond

A post common by Maria Tash (@maria_tash) on Nov 19, 2016 during 6:10am PST

Tash loves turquoise, and she thinks it’s ideal for summer, though she’s changing it adult a small this year. “I’ve been laser-drilling diamonds. We cavalcade by a tip and make them into suspended charms,” says Tash. “I found a place that will colour diamonds of any shape.” Tash loves formulating pieces in splendid colours and configurations that we won’t be means to find anywhere else on a market.

And of course, the nipple

“In a ’90s, people were doing a lot of experimentation,” she says, after revelation us about some intense genital piercings she’s finished in a past. “But now, it’s some-more imagination ear work, and boobs interjection to Kendall Jenner.” Piercings can’t even shun a change of a Kardashian clan.

PS: If we wish to collect adult one of Tash’s pieces, or get pierced by her team, her pop-up emporium is open during a Hudson’s Bay on Granville St. in Vancouver until Jul 2.

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