Labret studs are designed to be worn in lip piercings but they can be worn in lots of other piercings as well. You can wear a labret stud in tragus piercings, ear lobe piercings, monroe piercings, helix piercings, auricle piercings conch piercings and many more! They are really comfortable to wear and jewelled labret studs are one of my favourite types of piercing jewellery.
Jewelled labret studs are a great way to update your look – they are cheap, comfy to wear and come in a great choice of colours and materials. I have a collection of at least 10 jewelled labret studs that I wear in my lip and ear cartilage piercings. They are especially good for ear cartilage piercings if you like to wear big headphones – the back plate doesn’t get pushed into your skin like a barbell ball can.
Steel Jewelled Labret Studs
Steel jewelled labret studs are great value. These labrets start from just Â£1.95, so you can always afford to update your look. Surgical steel is biocompatible and comfortable to wear. These jewelled steel labret studs are perfect when you want to show off your piercing or youâ€™re getting bored of the same old look. My favourite is a jewelled labret studs set on the left â€“ you get seven different colours for just Â£6.95 – one for every day of the week!
Bioplast Jewelled Labret Studs
If you are allergic to nickel or your piercings get irritated easily, youâ€™ll love Bioplast jewelled labret studs. Bioplast is a flexible material that reduces healing times, feels very comfortable and even has non-stick qualities that make it easier to clean. I use Bioplast labret studs to give my ears a break after wearing cheap dangly earrings or if they are feeling a bit sore. The flexibility feels really nice and these Bioplast jewellery labret studs are a great option for ear or lip piercings.