Clickers are rings with a hinged segment that can be opened and closed. They're a very popular jewelry choice for septums and come in different styles and materials. What makes them so great is how easy they are to wear. You don’t have to keep up with threaded balls or other small parts that can sometimes be hard to use and easy to lose. If you have a septum piercing and haven’t tried one out, you might consider wearing clickers like these.
If you have other ear piercings, like a helix, daith, rook or even just your lobes, you can also wear your clicker rings there.
- Don’t forget to wash your hands before your start.
- You can also use jojoba oil to lubricate the piercing before inserting the clicker.
- Make sure your piercing is completely healed before you switch out your septum jewelry. The last thing you want to do is irritate your piercing.
All right, let us show you how to insert a septum clicker.
- Locate the hinged segment. With one hand, hold the clicker tight and with the other pull upwards to open the segment. If you’re having trouble opening the clicker, you can use gloves to get a good grip on it or even some ring opening pliers.
- Once the ring is open, slide the segment through your piercing and make sure the opened segment is outside your nose. Hold the ring with one hand and use the other to close the segment. You’ll usually hear a clicking sound, hence why they’re called clickers, when the ring is properly closed.
- To hide the segment area, just spin the clicker so it sits inside your nose and it’s out of sight. If you have a clicker with a flat top, you will open the clicker and slide the segment in your nose. Hold the clicker and with the other hand, push down on the segment to click it in.
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