When you have just purchased a nose hoop, it can be difficult to figure out how to put it in. Luckily, there are some easy tips and tricks that will help you put it in correctly. You should always wash your hands before starting, and take your time. If you get stuck, you can always ask someone for help or grab some tweezers and try again.
Getting a new nose hoop open
Getting a new nose hoop can be a bit of a learning curve, but it will get easier after a few tries. You want to make sure that you’re using clean hands, and take your time. If you’re struggling, ask for help or grab a pair of tweezers.
To open the nose hoop, grasp the metal on either side of the opening. You want to twist the two sides together so that they line up properly, but don’t twist it too much or you will distort the shape of the hoop. This will make it uncomfortable to wear.
Aligning the ends of a nose hoop
Aligning the ends of a nose-hoop is important to ensure it stays in place and to avoid discomfort. A hoop with the ends not aligned properly will cause the hoop to pinch after inserting it, and it will cause discomfort during rotation through the piercing.
When inserting a nose hoop, you should rotate it in a circular motion to align the ends. Once you have successfully aligned the ends, you can begin to close the hoop. This process may be tricky, particularly if the inner diameter is small. Make sure the opening faces outward, away from the nostril, when closing the nose hoop.
Care for a new nose hoop
After you have gotten your nose hoop, you will want to care for it properly. To do this, you should follow a few simple steps. First, you should remove the stud from inside your nostril. Once you’ve removed the stud, you should clean it with a gentle antibacterial solution. Next, you should store it in a clean area.