captive bead

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  • Flesh tunnels may be worn with a captive bead ring or other object passed through them.
  • The captive bead or ball fits into a small opening in the circle of the ring.
  • Jewelry typically used in this piercing includes the straight barbell and the captive bead ring.
  • Typical body jewelry used is a barbell or a captive bead ring.
  • If the recipient's anatomy allows for it, a captive bead ring can be worn after the piercing has fully healed.
  • Captive bead rings or other small rings are the most commonly seen jewellery in uvula piercings.
  • After it heals up one can put in a captive bead ring, and it looks like an illusion of one's "ear orbiting".
  • Both captive bead rings and barbell style jewelry can be worn in this piercing, both as initial jewelry and in the long term.
  • It is not unheard for these piercings to be performed with captive bead rings, although this will almost always lead to migration and rejection.
  • Once the hole has been made, straight or curved barbells are most often used during healing, although larger diameter CBRs (captive bead ring) are used as well.
  • A variety of jewelry can be used in healed transscrotal piercings, including large captive bead rings and plugs.
  • Any type of body modification jewelry can be worn in the piercing with the most common being CBRs (captive bead ring) and curved barbells.
  • The piercing itself is usually made with a small gauge hollow piercing needle, and typical jewelry would be a small diameter captive bead ring, or a stud.
  • Common types of body jewellery now include barbells, captive bead rings, labrets, navel rings, plugs, spirals, and many more.
  • Sometimes, a pair of captive bead rings (CBRs) are used instead, and are exchanged for a barbell after healing is complete.
  • Both captive bead rings and barbell-style jewelry are worn in guiche piercings, both as initial jewelry as well as after the piercing has healed.
  • The piercing itself is usually made with a small gauge hollow piercing needle, and typical jewelry would be a small diameter captive bead ring or small gauge post style piercing jewelry.
  • Hafada piercings are usually pierced with a captive bead ring, a curved barbell or straight barbell.
  • This is a popular piece of body jewelry because it conveniently allows the wearer to remove the ring by simply removing the captive bead, yet the bead is held so firmly in place that it will not easily fall out.
  • Barbells, captive bead rings and earring studs are the most common types of jewelry worn in tragus piercings.
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