You can put a clicker on your helix, in a nostril piercing, etc. Basically anywhere you‘d put a ring, you can put a clicker. And you won’t need special pliers to get a captive bead in. … You can put this wherever you‘d put a ring.
Also know, what is a clicker nose ring?
Clickers are a wonderful creation that feature a straight or curved post that is attached to a decorative or subtle ring by a hinge and ‘clicks’ shut. Easy to change, comfortable to wear and no pieces to loose. You can’t go wrong with our hinged nose rings! Clickers are most commonly seen in Septum piercings.
Keeping this in consideration, how do you use a clicker ring?
Do straight nose studs stay?
Nose studs are one of the types of nose rings that stays in the best for most nostril piercings. Nosebones are short, straight barbells that have a larger decorative end and a smaller end that rests on the inside. The end is small enough to push through the piercing but will still anchor the jewelry in.
Clicker rings are all the rage. It’s no wonder; the hinged bar makes taking the ring in and out of your piercing super easy, and the satisfying click—the namesake of this new trend—lets you know that your jewelry is firmly in place.
A D–Ring is a type of BCR that has a straight shaft instead of completely circular ring, much like a door knocker. They are not commonly used but are mainly used when someone wants to wear a ring in a piercing that requires a straight bar, such as a bridge piercing. They are also commonly used during corset piercing.
A pair of latex or rubber gloves will usually provide enough grip to unscrew a stuck piercing ball. Make sure the jewelry is completely dry and grab the ball with your gloved hand. The bit of extra torque from the rubber gloves might provide just the right amount of traction to get your ball unstuck.
Thanks for your question! Yes, both of these balls should unscrew. They may have been screwed on too tightly, in which case pliers will help unscrew them.
Septum clickers are an excellent way to show off your fantastic septum piercing. … But septum clickers offer a unique aesthetic and an interesting design that makes them perfect for just about any nose piercing.
Hinged segment rings are ideal for a variety of piercing locations. … They are versatile and secure, perfect for facial piercings or ear piercings. You can use the hinged segment ring for septum, daith, helix, conch, and other cartilage piercings.