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How are septum nose rings different to regular nose rings?

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They are usually a larger gauge, for one thing, and piercers tend to prefer to use different types of "rings" for the septum than the nostril. It also depends on the wants and needs of the person being pierced. read more

The septum is the division between nostrils, so the piercing would resemble how a bull’s nose ring would look. Sorry for the comparison, but it goes through the center skin or cartilage. Other nose rings are attached through the side of the flare of your nose, being rings or simple studs that adorn the crease. read more

Septum piercings are kind of the superstars of the nose piercing family right now. Especially in the world of fashion, considering they could be seen all over during Fall 2015 New York Fashion Week's unofficial septum debut. They're versatile, can be flipped easily out of view (with the use of a horseshoe), and can even be gauged. read more

You can adorn this piercing with a nostril screw, a L shaped nose pin or a regular nose stud. 4. Stop being confused: Go Mid way, get the Septum Piercing done. You’ve seen it a lot many time on rebels in high school or chic flicks but septum piercing need not always have to stereotype you as a rebel. read more