Hiding your piercings for school or work is always a pain but septum piercings are one of the easiest to hide. All you need is a decent septum retainer and no one will be able to spot your septum piercing.
Septum retainers come in two basic types: U-shaped septum retainers and bullet or post septum retainers. Both types are very comfortable to wear and will hide your piercing completely. These retainers are very cheap and practical, so you can stock up on spares or keep one in your bag for quick jewellery changes. To buy any of the septum retainers in this blog post just click on their images.
U-Shape Septum Retainers
U-shape septum retainers are literally a U-shaped bar. They can be worn with the ends pointing down or flipped up inside your nose to hide your piercing. These septum retainers are very easy to use and comfy to wear. Despite their simple design these retainers will stay in place even at night. These septum retainers are also ideal for healing a new septum piercing. They cannot move around and you are less likely to fiddle with them than a ring, so your septum is able to heal without any movement or getting dirty.
If you have a nose piercing and go to school or college, you may be in luck â€“ many schools allow nose piercings, even if they do not allow other facial piercings. Nose piercings are seen as more â€˜normalâ€™ and some schools turn a blind eye to them. If however your school does not allow nose piercings, you will need to invest in a nose piercing retainer. Nose piercing retainers are easy to use and they do a great job of hiding your nose piercing.
Nose piercings are relatively easy to hide, especially if they are tucked into the curve on the side of your nostril. Most nose piercing retainers hide the nose piercing completely and look like a mole or pimple. Some are completely invisible but most are just very discrete. A well-chosen nose piercing retainer will only be spotted by people who know you have your nose pierced. There are two main types of nose piercing retainers, which you can learn more about below. Everyone is different and you may need to experiment to see which type of nose piercing retainer is right for you.
Update you nose piercing with our innovative open nose rings. This clever jewellery simply slides on with the disc on the inside, so everyone will think it is a continuous ring. This new design is comfortable to wear; it stays in place and gives you a great look with out the fuss of small fiddly bits!
Our stunning range of 9ct gold nose studs are nickel free and suitable for wearing in healed nose piercings. 9ct Gold nose studs make the perfect gift for your loved one, including Christmas stocking fillers and birthday presents, and don’t forget Valentine’s Day just coming around the corner!
Gold nose studs are a classic choice and are surprisingly affordable. Simple yet glamorous, gold studs give your nose piercing a timeless look and they look great for everyday as well as formal events. There are a few different types of gold nose stud to choose from – solid gold studs, gold-plated nose studs and gold-coloured nose studs like PVD coated titanium. All of them offer different benefits but with so many available, it’s easy to find the perfect gold nose stud for you.
9ct Gold Nose Studs
9ct gold nose studs have a beautiful shine and add a touch of glamour to your look. Because nose studs are so small and light, they are very cheap and great value. At BJS we have a great selection of 9ct gold nose studs including simple gold balls, pretty designs and glam jewels.
9ct Gold Nose Stud
Jewel 9ct Gold Nose Stud
Knot 9ct Gold Nose Stud
Dolphin 9ct Gold Nose Stud
18ct Gold Nose Studs
Treat yourself to gorgeous style with 18ct gold nose studs. Our 18ct gold studs feature 18ct gold heads with skin-friendly BioFlex posts. This means you get glamorous shine and the high biocompatibility of BioFlex in one pretty stud. These fine gold nose studs are perfect for a special occasion but practical enough to wear every day.
Stretching your septum piercing will be the same stretching process that is involved for any other piercing, taking care to stretch only as far as it isÂ comfortable without tearing or damaging your septumÂ tissue.
The septum piercing, also known as a bull ring, is less common than nostril piercing. The nasal septum is the dividing wall between the two nostrils. Generally, the cartilage itself is not pierced, but rather the small gap between the cartilage and the bottom of the nose, typically at 14ga (1.6mm) although it is often stretched to a larger gauge.
The key to stretching your piercingis time and patience. Your body tissues need time between each stretching stage to adjust, heal and grow new cells.Â