Clickers are a wonderful creation that feature a straight or curved post that is attached to a decorative or subtle ring by a hinge and ‘clicks’ shut. Easy to change, comfortable to wear and no pieces to loose. You can’t go wrong with our hinged nose rings! Clickers are most commonly seen in Septum piercings.
Also question is, can you put a curved barbell in your septum?
Curved barbells come in a range of materials and are ideal for smaller piercings such as eyebrow piercings and ear piercings. Make the most of your septum piercing with our classic range of septum piercing jewellery.
Keeping this in view, what are the different types of septum rings?
In this blog, we’ll give you a rundown of the most popular septum ring styles including septum retainers, captive bead rings, circular barbells, and clickers.
What nose shape is best for a septum piercing?
This piercing type goes through the narrow strip of skin on the septum just before the cartilage starts. It works best on noses with wider septums, as more narrow septums may not provide much of a surface area for the piercing.
Being known as “septum funk” or “septum stench” that smell is very common with other body piercings as well. Taking them out for cleaning or changing, you can notice that they’d smell a little something too. … A mixture of dead skin cells, probably boogers as well, even old soap is what gives it the rotten odor.
Although it’s okay to flip the jewelry up or down occasionally, you should avoid doing this as much as possible. It’s the same as twisting, and will irritate your new septum piercing. …
Remember to always wash your hands and piercing well before and after flipping it up, and don’t sleep with it flipped (unless you are wearing a retainer).
vaseline is known for aiding the healing process of cuts and stuff… but don’t put it on piercings… Don’t put anything that piercer did not recomended. The best is saline spray and you should stick with that.
Most septums are pierced at a 14g or a 16g more commonly. Say you got pierced at a 16g, once it’s healed. Putting a 14g ring in wouldn’t be hard at all, same as putting a 12g ring in. Once it gets to around there it’s better to start using tapered jewelry.
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.
Anything smaller than 16G is way too small. You can eventually stretch your septum to a larger gauge once it’s healed, but it’s a permanent modification, and it won’t shrink back to its original size like stretched lobes would.