How to Remove Piercing Earrings? Piercing earrings are another matter entirely. When you first get a piercing, the hole is very small and your earlobe is still healing. This makes removing the earring much more difficult than simply pulling it out.
The trick to removing a new piercing is to twist it back and forth while you gently pull it out of your lobe. If you pull too hard, or if you don’t twist it as your pull, you increase the chances that you will injure yourself.
If twisting and pulling doesn’t work, there are also special tools that can be used to help remove a stubborn piercing:
Use a hemostat to help grip the earring stud while you twist it loose. A hemostat is a tool that looks like pliers but has two flat sides instead of jaws. It is commonly used in surgery and by piercers to hold onto piercing studs when inserting them into lobes.
Try using an earring-removal tool, which is similar in design to the piercing gun used for inserting earrings. The tool uses blunt pressure to push an earring from behind and pop it out of your lobe with minimal twisting or pulling.
Piercing earrings are manufactured in a variety of styles and each has its own method for insertion and removal. The most popular style is the post earring with a butterfly (also known as clutch) back. This type of earring has a post that is inserted through the pierced hole in the earlobe, followed by a butterfly-shaped piece of plastic that slides over the post to keep it in place.
To remove this type of earring, take hold of the butterfly with one hand, and with the other hand, pull slightly on the post at the front of the earring to release it from the clutch. With both hands, gently slide the post out through the pierced hole.
The second most popular style is the screw-back post earring. To remove this type, turn and loosen until it comes apart.
How do you remove earrings?
There are a few different methods or techniques that you can use to remove earrings, depending on what your piercing looks like.
If you have a hole in the top of your earlobe, you can gently pull the earring away from your skin.
If you have a tunnel or cannula piercing, where it looks like the jewelry has gone through your earlobe, push the back of the earring through the front of the piercing to remove it. This means that you’ll be pushing the stud or post through from inside your earlobe and out through the front.
If you have any other type of piercing, such as one on your cartilage, look for a latch on the back of the stud that keeps it in place. Once you’ve found it, push down on this latch using one hand while using your other hand to push or pull the stud out of your ear. You may need someone to help you take out these types of piercings.
It’s not uncommon for folks to have trouble removing their earrings, especially if it’s your first time or you’re nervous. Here are a few tips:
- Place one hand over your ear with the palm facing you.
- Use your other hand to reach around the back of your ear and pull on the back of the earring.
- If that doesn’t work, try pulling on both sides of the post at the same time.
There are several types of earrings on the market, including clip-on earrings, non-pierced earrings and pierced earrings. Ear piercing is a common procedure. It is an easy way for a person to create a unique look. Some people choose to wear only one earring while others prefer to have both ears pierced and wear two earrings.
Some people choose to make their own jewelry, which can be worn in pierced or non-pierced ears. There are many different types of materials that can be used when making jewelry. Many people enjoy collecting different pieces of jewelry because they can be used with all types of clothing.
I started with a 16 gauge piercing. My piercer said that I didn’t need to change it for awhile, so I changed it after about six months.
The second time I got my ears pierced, I also got a cartilage piercing, and since the process was pretty much the same (just with a different needle) I’ll talk about both at the same time.
I used a 16 gauge needle for both of my initial ear piercings and they healed nicely. When I was ready to go to a smaller size, I used a 18 gauge needle when I did it myself. After that had healed, I went down to 16 gauge.
The earrings are made of high-quality material, containing no lead and nickel, hypoallergenic for your delicate skin.
About the size: The butterfly studs measure about 8mm*8mm, the ball diameter is 3mm, screw bar length is 10mm.
Stainless steel earrings are good for daily wear. Easy to wear and remove.
They are suitable to match with formal or casual clothes, great gifts for girls, teens and women on Birthday, Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, Christmas Day and so on.