A stud is probably better than a hoop or ring during the initial healing process, so I would stick with that for faster healing.
Keeping this in view, how do you put a stud hoop nose ring in?
Just so, what is a hoop nose ring called?
Hoops that are made specifically for the nostril piercing will be called a nose hoop, nose ring, or nose circular; others may choose to wear a captive ring or horseshoe circular barbell and refer to these styles are nose hoops as well.
Does a hoop nose ring heal faster?
Healing is generally prolonged significantly. If you start with the stud you can switch to a hoop in about 2-3 months depending on how quickly you heal.” “Alright, let’s do that then. I don’t want to deal with the healing longer than I need to,” and they point to the stud that catches their eye.
A properly measured diameter will look the most aesthetically pleasing, so it’s very important to measure correctly! The two most common diameter sizes for nose hoops are 5/16? (8mm) and 3/8? (10mm). Individuals with larger noses or with large-gauge nose piercings may need rings with a larger diameter size.
It is possible to get pierced with a ring in your cartilage or nose straight away so the answer is yes, we can pierce you with a ring!
You could really mess up your nose if you do. You need to go to a piercer for this. The process is very simple: a taper the thickness of your current piercing hole on one end, and a size up on the other, will be lubricated and gently pushed through the piercing, stretching the hole bigger.
You can try to lubricate the jewelry and see if it will spin, but don’t force it. If you can’t get it to move, you should go back to the shop and see what they think.