Miley Cyrus' Earful of Hoops
For the 2019 Grammy Awards, Miley kept her outfit simple (and mildly wedding-inspired) to let her jewelry SHINE. She sparkled with a grand total of four piercings and what looks like a three-hoop cuff. Damn, girl!
Bella Thorne's Septum Hoop
Along with a plethora of ear piercings, Bella's also got a super visible piercing you've probably seen all over Pinterest. She even matched her silver hoop to her jewelry – so fab.
Rihanna's Ear Tattoo
The baddest gal in the game also has the baddest ear stack (and some pretty sick ink, too). Ri tricked out her lobes with only a few simple piercings and a badass cartilage tat.
Kylie Jenner's Hoop Stack
Treat yo self to a little Kylie Jenner throwback, when her lips were real and her piercings were too. Back in the day, she had a full ear stack of silver hoops.
Bella Hadid's Bling-y Nip
For this red carpet appearance, Bella left her lobes bare and chose to bare her studded nipple instead.
Zoe Kravitz's Glam Studs
Zoe took a departure from the hoop-heavy piercing trend and opted for glitzy diamond studs in unexpected places – like her conch and auricle piercings.
Kim Kardashian's Lip Ring
Even though this piercing is totally fake, it still deserves a spot on the list. Kim only rocked this look for a few weeks, but the look will live on in my heart forever.
Yep, Keke's also a member of the nip ring crew. She showed off her silver hoop in a sheer Vivienne Westwood top.
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