Consequently, how do you open a hoop earring with a ball?
Firstly the ball may be pulled out by hand by forcing the ball from the ring or by gently twisting the ring. The best method is to use long nose pliers or preferably BCR / Circular barbell opening pliers. By placing the pliers through the ring and VERY GENTLY opening them until the ball is released.
Also know, how do you remove an endless hoop earring?
To open an infinite hoop, gently pull vertically to dislodge the post from the tube wire. Be careful not to bend or twist the hoop excessively as this may cause breakage. Once the hoop is open, you are able to add any charms, and open the hoop vertically to fit the post through your piercing.
How do you remove a stuck flat back earring?
To remove your flat back earrings, hold the post (the back of the earring) with one hand and then gently unscrew the front piece from the post. Once the front piece is loose, gently pull it away from the post. Screw the front back into the post when you’re not wearing it to prevent damage to the threading.
The captive bead or ball fits into a small opening in the circle of the ring. The bead is slightly larger than this opening and has small indentations or depressions that correspond to the ring’s end-points so that it may fit snugly against them, thus completing the circuit of the ring.
Hold the ring steady with your free hand and push the captive bead into the open segment of the ring. The captive bead should pop into place. If the open segment is too narrow, you can use the ring opening pliers to expand it slightly.
Cartilage hoops or “clickers” are a small hoop style earring designed for healed piercings, and come in a range of colors and styles and designs. Slightly smaller than huggies, our cartilage hoops are safe for all kinds of ear piercings including lobes, tragus, rook, helix, forward helix and the auricle.
1. Hold the earring in your right hand between your thumb & forefinger (stones facing towards your right hand). 2. With your left thumb nail, press down the opening (where the post meets the ring, top left of the ring) and your left forefinger supporting the base of the ring.