14g is bigger. The lower the number, the bigger the needle or jewelry. The biggest sizes go from 0 to 00, and then start moving into fractions of an inch. Don’t pierce anything with a 15g needle.
Beside this, how big is a 18G piercing needle?
MEASUREMENTS: Gauge Size: 18G (1mm). Length: 45mm (1 3/4”). Type: Hollow Needle. PIERCING TYPES: Belly Button Ring, Eyebrow, Tongue, Tragus, Rook, Labret, Daith, Nipple, Prince Albert.
Besides, what can you pierce with a 14g needle?
It is used in piercings Like- Cartilage, Eyebrow, Monroe, Tragus, Helix, Conch, and Rook piercing as well. 14 Gauge- 14G is a 1.6 mm needle, this is what we use in Navel piercing/ Belly button Piercing. Piercers also use this for a Tongue piercing, Labret, Eyebrow, Industrial, Septum, and Nipple piercings.
Can I use a sewing needle to pierce my ear?
It can be dangerous to pierce your ear with a sewing needle if you don’t do it right, but nevertheless, it is done by a lot of people. With the appropriate sewing needle and the correct way of numbing your ear, you can easily pierce your ear.
If I pierce with a 16g needle, can I use 18g jewelry? Yes you can, in fact that’s typically what a piercer will do, especially with cartilage piercings. They pierce with a gauge size bigger than the actual jewelry. It allows room for swelling and placing the jewelry.
14g jewelry is larger than 16g jewelry, but you might be able to fit it. Yes, you can stretch you piercing to a 14g just make sure that the jewelry that you’re buying is suitable for a freshly stretching piercing.
This will fit but may be slightly loose, as 20 gauge is thinner than 18 gauge. However, if it is only being worn for a short period of time and with minimal movement, it will stay in place and serve the purpose of retaining the piercing. … If your piercing is a 18 gauge then the 20 gauge would be slightly smaller.
Having your piercing artist using a piercing needle is classed as safer for your skin as the piercing gun is classed as blunt force trauma. This can damage the soft tissues in your earlobes. Overall, the piercing needle is usually the better option for most people.
Most piercing guns aggressively force blunt ended studs through the tissue of your ears which is painful and unnatural, and can cause serious damage. This process simply forces the stud through your ear, wedging the jewelry between irritated and now-inflamed skin.
Most professional piercers use a needle size of 20G (0.8 mm) to 18G (1.0 mm) to pierce a nose.
At Claire’s we pride ourselves on providing a sterile and hygienic piercing service. Our ear piercing specialists use a high quality Studex System 75 instrument.
If you are using a hollow piercing needle, thread the jewelry through the center of the needle. Put the earring in your ear. After you’ve pierced your ear, and while the needle is sticking through the ear, place the shaft of the earring into the hollow tube of the needle and then push it all the way through the ear.