You can use the following methods to measure the gauge of your piercing jewellery:
- BCR: Measure the width of the bar.
- Labret: Measure the width of the bar.
- Barbell: Measure the width of the bar.
- Septum Ring: Measure the width of the ring at its thickest section.
Similarly one may ask, what size gauge is a normal earring?
Gauge Range for Body Jewelry
“Gauge [size] will vary pretty widely based on the client’s anatomy, preferences, and piercing location,” Faris explains. “Standard size is 18 g, which is what I mostly use for all my ear piercings,” Thompson reveals. “For piercings in general, 18 g through 16 g is the most common.
Regarding this, what gauge are most earrings?
Any standard size earring or post will fit you. If you’ve been pierced with a needle in a piercing shop, most likely you’re at a 20 or 18 gauge. No worries! The smaller the gauge the bigger the hole, so any standard size earring can be worn in addition to 20 or 18 gauge captive rings, cartilage studs, etc.