How do you put a ball on a septum ring?

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Keeping this in consideration, what are the balls on piercings called?

Captive Beads/ Balls– Captive beads are made specifically for BCRs (Ball Captive Rings). The bead or ball fits into an opening in the ring.

Herein, what size septum ring do you get pierced with? The most common gauge for septum piercings is 16 gauge (approx. 1.2mm thick), however, your piercer may decide to use a different gauge depending on your individual anatomy. While 16G is the typical starter gauge, some people choose to size down to 18 gauge (approx. 1.0mm thick) or size up to 14 gauge (approx.

Correspondingly, what do you do if you lose your septum ball?

How do I find my septum hole?

Try either lifting up the side of your nose, or pinch just below your septum and pull it down, so you could see where the hole is placed. Gently feel around inside your nose until you’ll find the hole. Be patient, don’t hurt your nose. Keep in mind that your hole isn’t straight, but more of a little rainbow shape.

How fast does a septum piercing close?

How long does it take for a septum to close up? A septum piercing does most of its healing in 2 or 3 months, though it can take as long as 6 to 8 months to heal completely for some people.

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