HOW TO CHOOSE STARTER EARRING FOR A NEWLY PIERCED EAR
Here's a list of what we'll go over in this post:
- What type of starter earrings to wear for your first piercing?
- Can I wear hoop earrings right after a piercing?
- How to remove starter earrings:
- Steps to remove earrings for the first time
- What materials are ideal for starter earrings?
- How long should you wear earrings after getting a piercing?
- What kind of earrings can you wear after a new piercing heals?
Congratulations on getting your newly pierced ears! Now that you've taken the plunge and gotten piercings, it's time to choose the right starter earrings. Finding the right starter earrings is important for two reasons. First of all, you want to make sure your newly pierced ears stay healthy, so it's important to choose an earring that isn't going to irritate them. Secondly, you want to select an earring that will look good and complement the rest of your style. So, let's dive in...
WHAT TYPE OF STARTER EARRINGS TO WEAR FOR YOUR FIRST PIERCING
Moreover, small studs are much less likely to catch on objects and get ripped out. They’re also more comfortable to sleep in (which is important while your piercing is still healing).
CAN I WEAR HOOP EARRINGS RIGHT AFTER A PIERCING?
HOW TO REMOVE STARTER EARRINGS:
You should wear your starting earrings for at least six weeks before taking them off; however, this advice is not a one-size-fits-all prescription. Instead, everything is dependent on how fast your piercings heal. Some people heal rapidly and can switch to another pair of earrings within two to three weeks, but this is not the case for most.
WHAT DOES THIS MEAN?
STEPS TO REMOVE STARTER EARRINGS FOR THE FIRST TIME:
If you must remove your starter earrings for any reason, here are the steps that you need to take:
Reach for the earring's back with your other hand and gently shift it from side to side. There shouldn't be much crystallization if you've been cleaning your piercings regularly.
Pull gently until the back is entirely free of the earring post.
Pull the earring post completely out of the other side of your ear.