Many fans of piercings and other body modifications know the importance of body jewelry. After all, this is what makes a piercing so attractive. But that’s not all. Good body jewelry is more than a simple ornament. Many times it’s a functional part of your piercing. Jewelry is what prevents the piercing from closing and it often helps it stay healthy and safe. Out of all body jewelry styles, Captive Bead Rings are among the most popular ones. But it is not always possible to wear these rings and sometimes you just wish to change a style. This is why it’s so important to find a Captive Bead alternative.
One of the newest piercing trends among celebrities is pretty striking: many of them sport pierced braids. While this is not, strictly speaking, body modification or a piercing in the strict sense of the word, it is nonetheless something you can try for special occasions.
A Hot Trend
Pierced braids seem to be a hot trend among celebrities, though there are many ordinary people who are experimenting with this look. One of the best things about it is that it’s a generally simple idea that is easy to do, but it looks very effective and memorable.
Christina Aguilera was the first one to sport a pierced braid look back in May … read more
The Triple Melee Hybrid Fixed Ring is a truly unique piece in looks. But still as with all the Hybrids the setting is 14k Gold, and the Ring is 316LVM Surgical Steel. The main stone is 6mm in size and the setting attached to the ring so that you never have to worry about losing it like you would with a captive charm. The 3 smaller gems on the bottom are considered the dangle color and can be a different color than the main gem color if you chose. It can be set horizontal or vertical which ever you prefer. The Gem Setting can be made in either 14K White or Yellow Gold at no additional charge to you.
Surgical Steel Fixed Bead Rings are wonderful if you have problems getting your beads to stay on your rings. The beads are fixed to one side of the ring so that you will not lose them. They are made from 316LVM Surgical Steel.
To change a Fixed Bead Ring all that you have to do is hold the ring on each side of the bead, pull it apart just a little then (still holding it the same way), twist the ring, in other words, turn your right hand clockwise, and your left hand counter clockwise. That will make it more like a spiral so that you can very easily insert it or take it out. It really is very easy, just make sure to not actually hold or put pressure on the bead itself, … read more