There are various different kinds of jewellery that can be worn in body piercing’s, but as every individual is unique, and so are their bodies, some pieces of jewellery that may be suitable for some, but not for others. It is important to understand that not all jewellery is the same, and some body jewellery is a fantastic quality, and others are not. If it is a new piercing, then you really need to be careful about the quality, because poor quality can end up giving you a nasty infection. Sometimes the body rejects the jewellery, or it has an allergic reaction to it, and this can happen because the jewellery has been improperly fitted, or it is just of cheap quality.
Thankfully, helix earrings in Australia are excellent quality, and a lot of it is hand crafted and beautifully designed, to really bring out the shape of your ear. There are certain pieces of jewellery that are worn all over the body, and we will talk about some of them here.
- Standard earrings – These are the type of earrings that are generally worn in the lobe of the year, and you will typically find most females, and a few males wearing them. The designs are quite typical, and they are easy to put in, and also to take out again. Some people prefer studs, while others prefer earrings with loops.
- Threaded jewellery – This is a type of jewellery which uses a screw on/screw in accessory, and is a popular choice for tongue piercing’s, and belly button piercing too. They are also a popular choice for people who decide to get their tongue pierced. They are plain, yet very practical, and are easy to take care of, and to clean.
- Captive jewellery – This kind of jewellery has what they call, captive bead rings, and they have two parts. The first part is the ring, and the second part is the ball, and these are a very popular choice, when people get their septum pierced in the nose. It gives the kind of look that we often see on a bull, in a farmyard.
These are only a few of the many choices that you have for body jewellery, and there are many fantastic man-made pieces often on display in jewellery stores, and jewellery exhibitions. You can find specialist body jewellery at certain piercing conventions, and so there is always going to be something that you like.