Everyone knows what a ball closure ring is, but have you seen our brand new continuous piercing rings? These rings are a great alternative to BCRs and even smooth segment rings. Instead of fiddly segments or large balls, they simply have a very small gap on one side of the ring. You twist the ring to insert it into your piercing and once it place it looks completely seamless. These piercing rings are very comfortable to wear and give you a lovely smooth, sleek look. Here at BJS we have a great range of continuous piercing rings starting at just £1.50. They are easy to use, but slightly different to a BCR. To insert a continuous piercing ring into your piercing, follow these simple steps:
- Hold the two ends of the ring firmly on either side of the gap.
- Twist the ends away from each other, one going towards you, one going away.
- When the gap is a few millimetres wide, insert the ring into your piercing.
- Now twist the ends back into their original position.
You may need someone else to help you with hard to reach piercings. The one thing you shouldn’t do is pull the ends away from each other in the same way as a BCR – this will deform the shape of the ring and make it difficult to return to its former shape.
Types of Continuous Piercing Rings
All continuous piercing rings have the same basic design – a continuous ring with a very small gap on one side. We have a great choice of rings, including the ones that you can see below. The titanium rings are also available in green and rainbow colours, while the white steel ring is available in both 1.2mm and 1.6mm, in a choice of diameters to suit your needs.