To insert a nose stud:
- Wash your hands.
- Slowly insert the rod into your piercing hole, holding the jewelry by its top.
- If for some reason the rod doesn’t go in smoothly, then you can gently twist it into place in a clockwise motion.
- Gently secure the back onto the rod through your nostril.
Furthermore, how do you change a nose stud screw?
Correspondingly, what is the easiest way to take out a nose piercing?
When can you change your nose stud to a hoop?
Wait at least six months. Nostril piercings are not very forgiving if you try to change the jewelry too soon. Not waiting long enough could result in irritation, a tear to the piercing channel, scarring, an increased risk of infection, or difficulty reinserting the jewelry.
A nose screw does not have a ball on the end but ends with a small curve or a curved semicircular metal shape.
Most piercers recommend not to take off your nose ring during the healing period. In most cases, you shouldn’t change the jewelry for at least two months. Sometimes the piercing may visually look healed, but you feel pain when trying to take off the ring. In this case, one or two weeks can make a huge difference.