Nose studs are by far the most popular jewelry style in a nostril piercing. Styles vary from dainty diamond nose studs to fun charms, so you can truly make your nose piercing unique. Nose studs come in three main prong types: the L-shape, the twist, and the bone.
Herein, what shape nose stud is best?
Also, what size stud are noses pierced with?
Can you get a hoop in your nose right away?
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!
Yes, you can. To put a hoop earring on your nose, you may want to begin by gently twisting your hoop closed. You can do this using your fingers if your earrings have thin gauges. However, if they have thicker gauges, you may need to use needle-nose pliers or use a little help from a professional jeweler.
Nasal piercings are delicate and can close quickly if they’re not completely healed when you remove the original jewelry. Changing a nostril or septum ring too soon also can cause infection, swelling, bleeding and redness at the piercing site.
L Post (Standard): L bends are usually used for initial piercings because they are easy to get in. They are also a nice choice for someone who has trouble getting the U shaped screw in, or who likes to change their jewelry often. They are easy and relatively secure.
The stud is the piercing standard for the nose because it allows for swelling, and does not fall out as easily as a ring. … That makes them easier to fall out; a concern for new piercings. But they’re easy to put back in, and so once you’re healed and continually prodding the piercing isn’t a worry, it’s not a big deal.