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  1. Clearance - Black / Red Licorice Plug

    Clearance - Black / Red Licorice Plug

    Regular Price: $16.99

    Special Price: $14.44

    Handmade Glass Plugs with Black and Red Throughout We carry 2g, 0g, 00g, & 1/2g. All pieces are priced individually. For a pair order 2. Learn More
  2. Clearance - Black Glass Plug

    Clearance - Black Glass Plug

    Regular Price: $17.99

    Special Price: $15.29

    Available in; 1/2, or 5/8. All pieces are priced individually. For a pair order 2. Learn More
  3. Saddled Blood Wood Plug

    Saddled Blood Wood Plug

    $22.99

    The Saddled Blood Wood Plug is a very beautiful jewelry piece specially made for stretched earlobes. It has a bright color and it’s very effective. These plugs will make a great addition to your organic jewelry collection! Learn More
  4. Clearance - Acrylic Baby Scorpion Plug

    Clearance - Acrylic Baby Scorpion Plug

    Regular Price: $20.99

    Special Price: $17.84

    Acrylic Baby Scorpion Plug(s) Learn More
  5. Clearance - Gem Bullet Plug

    Clearance - Gem Bullet Plug

    Regular Price: $17.99

    Special Price: $15.29

    Last Ones - Gem Bullet Plug(s) Learn More

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Various Types of Ear Plugs

Ear plugs are the most popular jewelry styles for stretched earlobes and other stretched piercings. Depending on the design, there are various types of ear plugs. Smooth ones without flares have the same diameter from top to bottom. Those with one flare have one side smooth and another with a widened flare. There are also double flared ear plugs that have flares on both sides. Flares prevent the ear plug from slipping out of the piercing hole. In case you use a smooth ear plug without flares make sure to use O-rings to keep the plug in place.

How to Insert Ear Plugs?

Ear plugs are not difficult to insert, but you may need some practice. Smooth plugs without flares go in easily, but you need to keep them in place with the use of O-rings. Single flared plugs are easily inserted through the smooth side that goes on the back of the ear. However, if you use such a plug make sure to use an O-ring to keep the plug in place. Double flared plugs sometimes pose a bit of a challenge. To insert them without much trouble, make sure to use a bit of a lubricant to make the flare slip easily into the piercing hole. Also, make sure that your ear piercings are completely healed and properly stretched before you try to insert double flared ear plugs.