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Does it matter if you get a stud or a loop for your first earlobe piercing?

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2011-02-08 18:22:10
2011-02-08 18:22:10

Answer I wear hoops, 1 gauge, 1 body piercing, and studs. If it is your first Ear Lobe piercing it is best to get pierced with a stud, and go for a good strong noncorrosive metal (14k or titanium, cheaper stuff like copper, NOT A GOOD MOVE!). Studs have a less chance of being ripped out or caught on anything, Cleaning is simple and healing is rather quick in my opinion. You should never get pierced with a hoop you cause complications with the healing process and your piercer should know that.

Personally I wouldn't use a hoop because you will most likely changed the size of the hole. Studs are the way to go for the healing period with lobes. The process is quick and practically painless. But if you pierce any other part of your ear you are going to want to look for a piercer. - Hope that helped, Cheeky6682

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It's better to start with a ring, a good quality ring made of 316LVM Steel, Titanium, or 14kt gold or better.

Studs are made of cheap metal in most cases, and the design of the stud can impede your healing.

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I would advise a stud because I have found them more comfortable to sleep on and keep clean, but a hoop works as well.

AnswerIt is easier to clean a hoop because it is harder to push the stud out to make sure the cleaning solution gets into the piercing but it is just personal preference.

-Answer, Meyshi07- Well.. if you are ever wanting to wear a hoop, start with a hoop, its a LOT harder switching form a stud to a hoop because, well the stud is pierced straight,the hoop is curved, I got my cartilage pierced with a stud and had a hell of a time trying to wear a hoop, got all sorts of infected and took me a year to just give up and take the pain till the hoop fit and healed. I still have problems keeping the hoop comfortable at times. My advice go with a hoop if u plan on wearing one neways, and to the answer about rings catching on things, its reversed a stud catches on things easier than a hoop =P

Answer ; Get it pierced with a stud. After it heals then you can wear loops.

ANSWER: Now, I don't know where there people are getting their information from, but it's best to go to a PROFESSIONAL PIERCER who would put a hoop in instead of a stud. When you pierce anything, it's going to swell. HOOPS allow the piercing to heal and also allows the piercing to have room to swell. Cartilage is completely different than the ear lobe, and should be treated differently.

Piercing guns aren't very good for healing, because they actually blast the hole into your ear instead of making a clean hole.

Cleaning hoops are simple. Just wash off the crusties in the shower with antibacterial soap (Dial works well) and put a little bit of antibiotic gel (Neosporin) on the edge of the piercing/ring and work in back and forth.

(My credentials; I'm apprenticing at a body piercing shop.)

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