How to Choose Nostril Jewelry Style

Genuine Diamond - Bezel Cluster - Nostril Screw or NoseBone

Genuine Diamond – Bezel Cluster – Nostril Screw or NoseBone

Nostril jewelry pieces tend to be very stylish and discreet. They are a great way to enhance your looks without ever becoming too distracting. It’s not surprising that nostril piercing is among the most popular body piercings in the world. While women are usually those who have nostril piercings, there are also many men who choose this facial piercing.

Since nostril piercing is so popular, there are many different jewelry types and styles to choose from. Many of them are made to look pretty similar on the outside, so the real difference is the way they are shaped. You may wonder how to choose the best nostril jewelry style for your needs.

Different Nostril Jewelry Types

Nostril jewelry is made to accommodate nostril piercings. It means that most of the … read more

14k Gold Genuine Opal Prong Set Nostril Piece

The Gold used in this Piece is Totally Nickel Free, and available in either; solid 14K Yellow Gold, or solid 14K White Gold. These are available in a Nostril Screw, Straight NoseBone Style, and unbent Fishtail.The Straight Nosebone is the Straight Post with a small cone on the other end to keep the piece in place. Unbelievably easy to use. Just pop it in and out of your piercing in less than 1 second.

Surgical Steel and White Gold Prong Set Nostril Screws

Prong Set Nostril Screws

If you have not tried a Nosebone you should really try them they are fantastic!

The Surgical Steel Prong Set Nostril Screws 14K White Gold Setting on top of a Surgical Steel Shaft. The gems are available with a variety of colors, and being in a prong setting more light gets to the stone to make them sparkle a little more.

These are available in Nose bones, Nostril Screws, and also Fishtails if you prefer to bend your own. The Regular prong setting holds a 1.75 mm gem and the Micro prong setting holds a 1 mm gem. If you want to find some other styles you can do that here