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Nose Rings, Studs, and Bones: Which One is for You?

Nose piercings have become very popular with people who favor surface piercings; nose rings, studs, and balls are actually second in popularity after ear piercings. Although there are more women who have their nose pierced than men, someone who wears a nose piercing is making a personal statement for themselves. A successful piercing means that someone followed the aftercare instructions for the nose piercing.

Nose piercings have a common place among the cultures of India and most of the Middle East. In fact, in India and some parts of the Middle East, a man gives a woman he is about to marry a nose ring that is the western equivalent of a wedding ring. These days, the bones of the nose are quite popular. A woman would only need to turn her head so that other people and men in particular understand that she is already married.

If you decide that you would like to go and get your nostril pierced, there are actually a couple of nose rings, studs, and bones that you can choose from. There’s the screw that starts out as a straight stud but has hooks and curves so you won’t be able to pull it out easily no matter how hard you pull it. This particular stud is placed through the nostril by inserting it slowly and carefully withdrawn through the fleshy part of the nostril. A nose bone, on the other hand, is a kind of tack that has a large round part at one end that is pushed through the nostril to keep the jewelry in place.

There are many people who advise against wearing a nose bone when you decide to go ahead and get your nose pierced for the first time. Due to the way the nose bone is designed, there is a distinct possibility that the shaft of the pin is too short to pass completely through a nostril that turns out to be slightly thicker than that of the average person. Even if a piercing is achieved completely through the flesh, it does not mean that the subsequent swelling will not swallow the nose bone. If the inside of the piercing heals, the nose bone may need to be surgically removed.

When you wear nose bone jewelry, your nose wound would heal around the stud that is pierced through the nostril, with the egg-shaped end, which is somewhat larger than the shaft, this makes it very difficult to remove and may even slow down or worse – reverse the healing process because if you move it or try to remove it you will tear the healing tissue and cause another wound. Piercers recommend most of the time that you go for a nose screw at first. A nose screw made from surgical stainless steel or, if you can afford one, an eighteen karat gold nose screw.

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