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Nose ring screws are a type of nose body jewelry that is either bent or twisted forming a U-shape nose ring. These rings are probably the most popular nose jewelry. Thats simply because they sit very tightly in your nose and it is pretty difficult to lose them.
Something else to consider is the material the nose ring screw is made from. Choose a body friendly material such as gold, titanium or bioplast rings if you are getting your first piercing. These materials are body friendly and help the healing process. You need not worry if you’re sure you’re not allergic to any materials.
Also, if only a few weeks have passed since you got your nose done, and the piercing seems to be nearly healed, you still should go for materials which facilitate the healing process. Veterans of nose piercings will vouch for this!!
You can get nose ring screws with countless different gems, spikes, balls and dangles attached, so browse through the nose jewelry below and find the best nose ring screw for your nose piercing!
Diamond nose jewelry is much more affordable than people believe. Why? Simply because the diamond nose studs and screws come with tiny diamonds – starting from only 0.01 carats! And all of our diamond nose jewelry is up to 80% off RRP. Click on the links below to see prices, larger views and the full catalogue available.
14k nickel-free white and yellow gold is standard in diamond nose jewelry – and nothing less sophisticated is used in these USA handcrafted nose studs and screws.
So you can be completely assured that the highest qualities of metals are used when making diamond nose studs and screws and you won’t develop an allergic reaction.
When it comes to choosing high quality diamond nose jewelry, you have two options – nose screws and nose studs.
Diamond nose screws are more secure held in place and they look like tiny hooks. You just insert them into the piercing hole, twist, and secure in place.
Diamond nose studs are made like straight barbells with the diamond at the outer end and a small ball-like ending on the other side. That is to prevent the stud from sliding out of the nostril.