Nostril Piercing

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Nostril Piercing

The nose piercing is a procedure performed using a sterilized needle on the external nostril, either on the left or right side of the nose. This piercing is widely accepted in almost all cultures around the world. β€˜Nostril’ in English means nose which comes from the Latin word "nastrillus,". This piercing has been widely popular amongst celebrities, musicians, and cultural icons, which has allowed this piercing to be loved by our current society.

Nostril Piercing Jewelry

There are many options for nose piercings, and each one has different characteristics that impact how comfortable, secure, and attractive they are. The Nose Piercing Fishtail is the most comfortable with its bendable and adjustable rod, allowing you to perfectly adapt your piercing for optimal comfort. The Nose Piercing Screw is perfect for the nose because its spiral shape provides strong stability, which is great for those who are always on the move or who hate fiddling with their jewelry. The Nose Piercing Stud is the most discreet of the nose piercings. Perfect for those who prefer a minimalist style, it offers a subtle and elegant side. The Nose Piercing Half Hoop, on the other hand, is much more visible and provides a bolder look than the others. It partially encircles the nostril and is larger than a Nose Piercing L-Form or a simple stud. The length of the studs varies between 6 mm and 7 mm for a thickness of 0.8 mm for the thinnest and 1 mm for the standard size. The diameter of the hoop is 8 mm for the smallest and 10 mm for the standard size.

The cost of the procedure for a nostril piercing varies depending on the studios but is generally between €30 and €80. The level of pain of the nostril piercing mainly depends on each person's pain tolerance but is described as moderate. Those who have already had this piercing done disrobe the procedure as a brief sharp pain experienced. The healing time also varies depending on the individual and the care provided to the piercing and is between 4 and 6 months.