Likewise, people ask, how do you put a hoop nose ring in without a ball?
Herein, are hoop nose rings unprofessional?
In the arts field it’s seen as self-expression. And it’s just kind of universally excepted at this point in that field. However, if you’re in a corporate job, a nose ring may be considered slightly unprofessional.
How do you put in a nose ring for beginners?
First, push the segment to the side by holding the hoop in which the segment portion is located and positioning it at the top. Use your one hand’s index finger and thumb into grabbing the segment while you steady the bottom of the ring with the other hand. Push the segment gently on one side until it pops out.
In order to take out your nose ring, you’ll need to make it come apart at that break point. To achieve this, hold the ring in both hands and twist it, gently but firmly. It should come apart at the break. You will then be able to slide it slowly out of your nose.
Conceal the piercing with a flesh-colored acrylic retainer. There are small domes or balls of flesh colored acrylic that you can buy to cover up a nose piercing. They are sometimes made with clear Lucite. You can also cover the piercing with a tiny flat disc that you’ve painted with skin-tone nail polish.
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.