Alternatives to a Silver Nose Ring

There are several advantages of wearing a silver nose ring, but not everyone is comfortable with the metal. The metal oxidizes in contact with bodily fluids and may leave a permanent black stain. While plastic and nylon are hypoallergenic, they can stick to the skin and absorb bodily fluids, leaving the ring with an unsightly black stain. Despite the advantages of silver nose rings, they can cause problems if they get caught in a person's hair.

Alternatives to a silver nose ring 

Many women enjoy wearing a silver nose ring for the look it provides, but there are some alternatives that can be just as appealing. Solid nose rings are easy to clean and require no polishing, while hollow rings are more comfortable to wear around the nostrils and allow for air to circulate freely. Some men also enjoy wearing a hollow silver nose ring. These rings are lightweight and less bulky than solid rings, making them easier to clean than solid ones.

Although silver nose rings are often cheaper than gold nose rings, they are easily damaged and require maintenance. Also, silver does not stand up well to extreme temperatures, so they should only be worn in the winter months. Alternatively, you could opt for a platinum nose ring, which is long-lasting, corrosion-free, and beautiful. Platinum nose rings are pricier than silver, but they last a long time.

Alternatives to a surgical steel nose ring

Surgical steel nose rings are the metal of choice for most body jewelry enthusiasts. While the highest quality metal is solid gold, surgical steel nose rings are less expensive. Stainless steel nose rings are more comfortable to wear and are easy to clean. Stainless steel nose rings will not become stuck or loose over time, but they aren't as durable as surgical steel nose rings. Other good alternatives to surgical steel nose rings include titanium and stainless steel.

Although the most common material for nose rings is surgical stainless steel, titanium and gold are also suitable options. Titanium is light, scratch-resistant, and hypoallergenic, but titanium nose rings are pricier. Stainless steel nose rings are also affordable and hypoallergenic. In addition, surgical stainless steel nose rings are biocompatible and hypoallergenic. Finally, titanium nose rings are also safe to use. However, you should make sure that the nose ring is made from a reputable company to ensure its quality.

Alternatives to a labret nose ring

Although labrets are not specifically designed for nose piercings, they are widely used. They're very easy to wear and can be an excellent alternative for multiple piercings on the same side of the nostril. However, labrets must be inserted from the backside. While you can purchase a piercing kit that includes an insertion pin, the labret itself is more difficult to insert. For this reason, you should visit the piercer who pierced you to learn how to insert your labret nose ring properly.

 Another option is the barbell nose ring. Like labrets, these nose rings are made with screwed-on ball beads on each end. Depending on the shape of your nose, you can choose a curved barbell if you want a ring that will not migrate. You can also choose a circular barbell, which is perfect for septum piercings.