It's one of the most popular types of piercing at the moment, and thankfully daith piercings very much still allowed for teenagers and adults alike across the UK (the same cannot be said for so-called "intimate" piercings for U18s in Wales). In fact, recently searches for "daith piercing" have surged and there are plenty of reasons why.
A daith piercing is when you punch a hole through that little fold of cartilage just above the hole actually leading in to your ear. The common piece of jewellery to wear is a ring, although some people do opt for barbells.
Interest in daith piercing grew back in November 2015, when an article appeared claiming that getting one can help with migraines. Even though doctors have said there is little evidence to back this claim up, there are still numerous personal anecdotes from migraine sufferers who maintain that getting their daith pierced helped alleviate their symptoms.
That being said, most people like the piercing because, well, it looks good. Ahead, we've collected some of our favourite ways people have decorated their ears post-daith. Click through for inspiration.