Some of the most popular nose piercing jewelry is the nose stud. There are a wide selection of nose studs to choose from, and they are both pleasant to wear and simple to remove. It’s not difficult to remove most nosestuds, even if they come in a range of shapes and sizes.
Take hold of the ornamental gem or ball and twist it counterclockwise until it comes off studs with a flat backing (which is inside the nose). Remove the gem and backing by pulling them in separate directions.
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How to Take Out A Flat Back Nose Stud
First, remove the old nose stud to make room for a new piece of jewelry to be inserted.
Begin by gently pinching the ball or gem positioned on the outer nostril of a flat back nose stud in order to take it out.
Once the gem or ball has been released from the stud post, turn it counterclockwise to re-establish its grip.
The stud post should be gradually dragged down and away from the nose in order to remove it from the ear.
Reattach the ball or gem to the previous stud after removing it from the nose and replace it with a fresh piece of jewelry.
CAN I CHANGE MY NOSE RING AFTER 2 WEEKS?
During the healing process, most piercers advise against removing your nose ring. At least two months is a good rule of thumb when it comes to changing jewelry. The piercing may seem to have healed, but when you attempt to remove the ring, it hurts. One or two weeks may make a significant impact in this situation.
Furthermore, whether is better, a nose screw or a bone?
According to BMEzine.com, you should only use nasal bones on healed piercings rather than a nose screw for a fresh piercing. Nose bone may be more convenient than screw, although this depends on the location of your piercing.
How quickly is it possible to get a new nose ring?
So most piercers advise you to wait at least four months for nose piercings and eight weeks for septum piercings to replace the ring on your own. Ask your piercer whether you need to change the ring before then.
WILL A NOSE BONE STUD FALL OUT?
Some people wonder whether nasal bone studs are removable. Nose studs are a straight bar with the embellishment on one end, similar to nose bones. However, the little ball at the opposite end is absent. There is the greatest risk of them falling out, but they are the simplest to insert and remove.