Where To Buy & How To Insert A Corkscrew Nose Ring

Where To Buy & How To Insert A Corkscrew Nose Ring

Where To Buy & How To Insert A Corkscrew Nose Ring

Nose piercings are one of the most popular piercings that people get today. It looks good on just about everyone, including all genders. The reason it is so popular is partly because of the different types of nose piercings and the amount of jewelry that one can wear. No matter what style you have, you will find a few different options that will suit you. One of those types is the corkscrew nose ring.

The corkscrew nose ring is easy to put in, simple to wear, and is very secure. However it is also the hardest to put in.

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How Does a Corkscrew Nose Ring Stay In?

Many people who get their nose pierced find that they have trouble keeping the actual piercings in the nose. The studs slip through or fall out, or worse they hurt because they pinch too tightly to stay in.

Corkscrew nose rings are actually the most secure nose rings you can get. They stay in place and don’t pinch or pull the way other types of nose rings do. It can do this because at the base of the shaft it curves into a screw u shape. This anchors the nose ring on the inside of the nostril creating a secure fit.

Can I Put in a Corkscrew Nose Ring?

While corkscrew nose rings aren’t used for the initial nose piercing, after it heals you should be able to put in a corkscrew nose ring without any problems. Many nose piercing first timers have difficulty working with a corkscrew nose ring. With a little research and some effort you can master the technique of inserting a corkscrew nose ring without irritating the piercing.

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How to Insert a Corkscrew Nose Ring

Corkscrew nose rings are smaller studs that sit up against the side of your nose. The post is actually a bit intimidating – it resembles a corkscrew. That twist and turn is what keeps the jewelry from slipping out of the nostril hole.

The key to inserting a corkscrew nose ring is to have the patience and attention to detail to clean your jewelry. This will make it easier to work with and will minimize your chance of infection.

Here is the best way to insert a corkscrew nose ring:

Step 1: Wait for your nose piercing to heal completely. With proper nose piercing care your piercing will take as long as four months to completely heal. You cannot take out the original piercing jewelry. Especially with a corkscrew nose ring, it may close in the time it takes to put the new ring in.

Step 2: Wash your hands with antibacterial, scentless soap. Dry them completely with a clean towel. Being extra careful about this will help prevent the spread of bacteria. Repeat the process if you touch anything that could be contaminated.

Step 3: Mix ¼ teaspoon of sea salt and 8 ounces of warm water, mixing well. Soak a cotton ball with the solution and then wipe the new nose stud’s ball and post. This will help to disinfect the jewelry and rid it of any debris.

Step 4: Soak another cotton ball in the solution. Use it to gently swipe around the surface of your piercing, applying medium pressure. There may be crusted discharge around the piercing, so try to remove that as well. Do not use your nail to pry this discharge off.

Step 5: Pinch the ball of the stud between your fingers. Twist the ring using a counterclockwise motion to free it from the hole. Try to complete this step in one process to reduce the risk of infection. Set the old stud aside.

Step 6: Insert the tip of the corkscrew nose ring into the outside opening of your nose. Take your pointer finger on your opposite hand and feel into your nostril to locate the hole. This will allow you to easily guide the ring through the hole.

Step 7: Push the nose ring into the hole, this time twisting clockwise until the tip pokes through the back of the hole. You will easily be able to feel it. Once you do, you can take your finger out and continue twisting the stud until it is flush with your piercing.

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Where To Buy A Corkscrew Nose Ring

You can buy corkscrew nose rings anywhere you can buy nose ring jewelry. Your local piercing shop should have a selction to choose from and can give you additional tips.

One of the best places online for corkscrew nose rings is with us @ Body Gauges. We have the best selection of different looks and styles of nose screws that will fit any style. You will find not just corkscrew but also nose bone studs and invisible nose rings. We are your premier choice to buy body jewelry online.

Most importantly, it is important to reach out to your piercing professional if you are having any problems with your piercing or putting in a corkscrew nose ring. Also, never attempt to pierce your own nose.

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Comments (4)

  • Brittany S.

    I hope you guys can help give me some advice or guidance on this. So Ive had my nose pierced for about a year now and it always was the ring type. Well now i ended up going to a small rock type of piercing that would be considered a “cork” type but it keeps sliding out every once in a while or even a few times throughout a day. Is there anything i can do to prevent that from happening?

    March 2, 2017 at 12:53 am
    • Body Gauges Blog

      The nose screw rings are supposed to be the most secure. I would suggest that you review the video and information on this post to make sure you are putting it in properly. You can also talk to your local piercing shop to help you with this. Otherwise you can try a fishtale nose ring. These allow you to customize the length of the post by bending it to your desired length.

      March 8, 2017 at 6:21 pm
  • Elaine Markers

    Just got my nose pierced recently and I started noticing that it slides out at times. How can i prevent that from happening?

    March 3, 2017 at 7:45 pm
    • Body Gauges Blog

      Hi, this is mostly likely due to the type of nose stud you have. If your piercing was done recently I suggest going back to your piercing professional to have them take a look at it.

      March 8, 2017 at 6:32 pm

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