What size septum ring do piercers use?

While sizes vary based on personal preference, anatomy, and your piercer, septum piercings are typically 16g. However, you may decide to size down to an 18g or stretch larger to a 14g and beyond.

How big is a 10 mm septum ring?

10mm (3/8″) Septum Piercing Jewellery.

What is the most common septum piercing size?

How many mm is a 5/16 septum ring?

The gauge is often written as 16G or 16-gauge. The inner diameter of your piercing could be shown in inches or millimeters, depending on where you shop. For example, you could see a listing as 5/16″ or 8mm.

Is a 16 or 18 gauge nose ring smaller?

If 16g is “too thick” of a look and feels uncomfortable to insert, you could always try an 18g nose ring – it’s one size smaller (and the most common size). Your nose piercing should shrink to accommodate the smaller size after a bit (just know you probably won’t be able to wear 16g jewelry again once you size down).

What size gauge should you get for a septum piercing?

Captive Bead Rings. Captive Bead Rings are measured from the largest inside diameter.

  • Straight Barbells. Measure the length of a barbell between the two balls along the length of the bar,as shown in the diagram.
  • Circular Barbells/Horseshoe Barbells.
  • Curved Barbells&Belly Button Rings.
  • Nose Rings.
  • What is the standard size for a septum piercing?

    What is the standard size for a septum piercing? The most common gauge for septum piercings is 16 gauge (approx. 1.2mm thick), however, your piercer may decide to use a different gauge depending on your individual anatomy.

    What size Ring do I need for my septum piercing?

    bull ring piercing (just a negative association)

  • nose piercing (this is not incorrect,but a ‘nose piercing’ generally refers to a nostril piercing)
  • septril (incorrect,as the septril piercing goes straight through the tip into the septum).
  • How to gauge a septum piercing?

    this particular type of piercing typically involves a sterilised gauge needle which your piercer will pass through the skin, inserting the jewellery in the process. ‘The piercer will first use a small clamp to hold the septum still and provide a tautt area