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Types of Nose Studs

High Nostril
High Nostril

Double High Nostril Piercing High nostril piercing healing. It may take around 4 to 6 months for the piercing to heal, unlike a regular nostril piercing. Double High Nostril Piercing High nostril piercing jewelry. Apart from the regular nose studs, L-shaped pins and nostril screws are the suitable options for adorning the piercing.

Left Side Piercing
Left Side Piercing

Indian women often pierced their left nostril the night before their wedding and inserted a nose stud in the piercing. Indian women would wear also nose rings and sometimes would attach them to the earring using a nice, decorative chain.

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Nasallang
Nasallang

Nostril piercings are arguably the simplest nose piercing and have the widest range of jewelry potential. Due to their easily accessible location, they allow the insertion of studs, nostril screws, L-shaped pins, nose rings, circular barbells (commonly known as horseshoes), and captive ball rings.

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Nose Bridge Piercing
Nose Bridge Piercing

From a stud to a cuff or nose ring, you can choose almost any nose piercing accessory without looking funny, or too experimental, or like you’re a hippy. In fact, this kind of nose piercing is a part of the culture for girls in some south east Asian countries including India.

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Nostril
Nostril

Nostril piercings are arguably the simplest nose piercing and have the widest range of jewelry potential. Due to their easily accessible location, they allow the insertion of studs, nostril screws, L-shaped pins, nose rings, circular barbells (commonly known as horseshoes), and captive ball rings.

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Right Side Piercing
Right Side Piercing

Right side or left side? Can’t decide? OK, I’ll give you some nose piercing information about what the pierced nostrils meant historically. Although you can find many girls and guys these days having both their nostrils pierced and even having multiple piercings in one nostril, it hasn’t been always so. Hindu girls, for example, would wear the nose rings in one nostril only – the left.

Septril
Septril

Nostril piercings are arguably the simplest nose piercing and have the widest range of jewelry potential. Due to their easily accessible location, they allow the insertion of studs, nostril screws, L-shaped pins, nose rings, circular barbells (commonly known as horseshoes), and captive ball rings.

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Septum
Septum

Nostril piercings are arguably the simplest nose piercing and have the widest range of jewelry potential. Due to their easily accessible location, they allow the insertion of studs, nostril screws, L-shaped pins, nose rings, circular barbells (commonly known as horseshoes), and captive ball rings.

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Septum Piercing
Septum Piercing

Suddenly it seems as if a certain type of nose ring is all over New York. Six celebrants of this style explain what attracted them to the piercing (and helped them endure the discomfort). Six celebrants of this style explain what attracted them to the piercing (and helped them endure the discomfort).

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Vertical Tip
Vertical Tip

Here it is: The vertical tip piercing. This unique and fairly rare nose piercing runs vertically, as the name would suggest, from just above the tip of the nose to just under the tip of the nose. Due to the structure of your nose, a curved barbell is really the only acceptable jewelry for this type of piercing.

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