There are many different styles of nose rings. Some are curved and others are straight. Nose piercings can be very difficult to put in, but there are some tips and tricks that can help you insert your ring with ease.
The L-shaped stud is one of the most popular nose ring styles. This type of ring has an end that goes through your piercing and another end that rests against the inside of your nose to hold it in place. It's a great option for beginners because it's so easy to use!
A nose screw, also known as a "U" post, is very secure. The screw is threaded through your piercing, which gives the ring a very secure fit.
A flat back ring is a ring with a post and a gem on it. It can either be a push pin flat back (also known as a threadless flat back) or a threaded flat back.
A hoop nose ring is a circular ring with beads or jewels on it. It can be easy to remove and clean, but if you're new to nose rings, it may take a bit of practice.
A corkscrew nose ring has a subtle hook shape that may be challenging to put in. It's best to get a professional to help you insert this style of ring. First, clean your nose with a q-tip soaked in saline. You can also try using a cotton ball soaked in the same solution, which will help remove any crusting or discharge from your piercing.