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Top 10 Septum Piercing Facts You Must Know

The septum piercing is a way to show your rebel side and add an edge to your look and show your independence and free spirit. The septum is the cartilage that divides your nostrils, but the thing that is getting pierced is actually the tissue underneath.

You may connect the septum piercing with the bullnose ring, but the truth is told, it looks so much better on humans. It is amazing and leaves you so much space to experiment with the jewelry, and that is the main thing that this piercing can be worn from almost every style group.

On this day, the piercing increased as a trend, especially with the beauty gurus all over youtube and Instagram. The good thing is that it isn’t permanent because the holes can heal and close, and yet the best thing is that it can be easily hidden from the people you don’t want to see it.

Overall if you are not sure about it and want to see just how it suits you, then continue reading the text below, and you will find the alternative option that requires no commitment at all. Enjoy this article and don’t forget to tell us whether you like this new trend or not.

1. It Doesn’t Leave Scar

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When you decide to remove the piercing, the great thing is that the scar is not visible because of its location, hidden in the nostrils.

2. The Pain is Medium

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Since it is clear that every piercing hurts because it goes through the skin, breaking it, you have to be prepared that this one will hurt as well. Some of the piercers say that it shouldn’t hurt very much if it is done properly. Before you decide to go under the needle, make sure that you go to a professional piercer with experience with piercing and knows what he is doing.

3. Get The Right Size

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This time size really does matter! It all depends on your face size and the space between your nose and upper lips. If your lips are closer to your nose, we recommend you choose the smallest ring. If you have a bigger space between them, you can go for a bigger ring.

4. Many Celebrities love Septum Piercing

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You can see how Rihanna proudly wears her small thorn septum ring. It is a great facial accessory and can draw attention to your face, which is a good thing if you want to be in the center of attention.

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Lady Gaga also loves to wear her septum rings, and she has worn many different shapes and colors. In this picture, she is wearing a ring that looks like two eyes, which is really cute.

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Jessica Biel has chosen a more subtle ring compared with the two ladies above. It is a simple round ring with nothing more on it, and it looks so elegant on her.

5. Most Popular One – Tribal Septum Ring

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Some of them call it Tibetan, but you can also find it as a Tribal ring, which is the one that we have seen lately the most! Everyone is obsessed with this piercing, and the colors they choose are usually silver and gold.

6. Alternative Option – Faux Septum Rings

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If you want to get a piercing but without commitment, then this is the best alternative option. Look for the faux ring that suits you the most. With a single movement, you can adjust your septum piercing on the spot, and you will be ready to go.

7. DIY Version of The Fake Septum Rings

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If you are a DIY person and prefer to make things all on your own, here is a project for you. Make your own faux septum ring, and you can really experiment with the styles and the shapes!

8. Removal

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The great thing about this piercing is if you get sick of wearing it, you can choose to remove it whenever you want. The hole will close, but the longer you had it, the longer it will take.

9. Healing Process and Time

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The healing process depends from person to person, but it usually takes from 4 up to 8 weeks or more. The pain generally goes away after 3 weeks. During the healing process, you shouldn’t change the septum ring. You should wash it twice a day with salty water.

10. Looks Good on Both – Man and Women

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It looks cool on women and men, and it really shows your dangerous side. If you like this look, you can pull it out no matter what your style is. Look at it with an open mind, and you will see that it doesn’t look bad at all!

13 thoughts on “Top 10 Septum Piercing Facts You Must Know”

  1. the grammar in this article is terrible – ‘looks good on both man and women’? ‘it doesn’t leaves a scar’? ‘because it goes through the skin and breaks her’? did a child write this?

    not to mention the wide generalisation that all piercers must be male: ‘before you decide to go under the needle make sure that you go to a man that has experience with piercing and knows what he is doing.’

    this article wasn’t good at all. it sounds as if a child wrote it. it is repetitive, boring and unhelpful.

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  2. I wouldn’t say the pain is medium, I almost passed out because it hurt so bad and I have a pretty high pain tolerance in general. And I would suggest going back to the piercer to change the ring for the first time because when I tried to take my ring out almost 5 months after I got my piercing, I couldn’t find the hole and I wasn’t able to get my ring back in. That being said, I loved having my septum pierced. But just be prepared, if you live in a smaller city like I do, people will give you their opinion about your septum. Constantly. Just remember that you’re awesome regardless of what they say.

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    • For some people it just hurts more. I’d say it was a 2/10 for me, but I agree with you about going to a piercer to change it for the first time. I changed it myself and well, that hurt more than actually piercing it, but then again I did it one week before the minimum healing time. Oops. Took a while to find the hole for me too, buuut after an hour or two of trying, I managed in more or less a painful way ;-; Now that being said, it healed beautifully and I never had any more troubles with it than that, I love my piercing!

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  3. When did piercings become so common? And really, “show your dangerous side?” When Jessica Biel is wearing something, it’s no longer dangerous. I’ve seen so many kids wearing this piercing lately that it will be over by the end of the year.

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  4. This was very helpful, I am currently in high school, but I plan on piercing my septum as soon as I get out. I hope my parents don’t freak out! ;);)

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    • Friend had that done to her, it went straight through because it wasn’t healed. Real dick move since, well, her face will never be the same. That’s like saying “oh hey! I dont like your jewellary, so ill cut your nose up! :D”

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