How do you open a hoop nose ring with a ball?
Also know, how do you take out a nose ring with a ball?
Steady your nose ring with your nondominant hand and use the pliers to gently pull open your ring. Push the ball into place and test to make sure it's in tightly enough. If not, close the ring by lightly pressing it together with the pliers until the ball is firmly in place.
Beside above, how do I get my nose ring to fit snug? Use a ruler and a piece of paper to find out which inner diameter will fit your nostril snugly. Don't just hold a ruler up to your nose and try to see what it says in the mirror. Cut a small strip of paper, line up the top with your piercing, and mark where the edge of your nostril is on the bottom of the paper.
Beside this, what kind of nose hoop is best?
The most common starter jewelry used for nostril piercings is a twist nose stud made of high quality metals like 14k gold, 18k gold, or titanium. Hoops like captive bead rings or gold seamless rings are often used as well.
When can I change my nose ring?
For this reason, most piercers recommend that you wait the maximum four months for nostril piercings and eight weeks for septum piercings before attempting to change the ring yourself. If you need to switch the ring before then, ask your piercer to tackle the job.