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Hi I'm Tristan McCauley from Lucky Seven Tattoo. And I'm going to show you how to wear a nose
ring. When considering what to put in your nose for your piercing there's a few options
you have. The first option is a captive B ring. Which is more of the style you saw on
the early to late nineties somewhere in there. Basically what it is, it's a small hoop that
puts pressure on the small little bead which is what holds it in place. A lot of people
wear them on the side of their nose. Some people actually wear them on their septum
which is the very center of their nose. It's just a matter of which ever one you want.
Another one you can possibly get is the nose bone. It's pretty simple, pretty easy to take
care of. It's just a small stem, with a little bead on the end. When it goes in, your skin
grows around it and tightens around the stem and holds the bead in. It's basically what
he has here. Another one you can go with, is the corkscrew or nostril screw. It's a
straight stem, with a small curved end on it, just twists in and then pops right in.
A lot of people prefer these because they don't fall out as easily. Another one you
could consider is a horseshoe or curved hoop. These, one of these balls either of these
balls screw off, and goes right in. You screw the bead right back on and you are good to
go. A lot of people wear these on their septum as well as with the other one. Very few people
wear them on the side of their nose, but it is an option you have. And that is how you
wear a nose ring.