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    Something like what these women are wearing?


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    Ended up getting it from eBay if anyone was interested! Cost £1.79. http://item.mobileweb.ebay.co.uk/vie...d=320928975438

    Think it looks great, I got 1mm thickness (would have maybe prefered it slightly thicker as my prefer stud was gold and thicker) and 8mm length.
    Make sure you clean them properly, even though they are brand new just to be cautious, I used TCP, but you can use other disinfectants like dettol.


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    Hello,
    Nose ring is tradition in some countries like India and Africa. After mid 19th century it comes as fashion. You can buy online it's best...
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    (Original post by Khodu)
    Make sure you clean them properly, even though they are brand new just to be cautious, I used TCP, but you can use other disinfectants like dettol.


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    TCP or Dettol aren't going to do anything - except make you feel better if you haven't got a clue about how things really work. It will also dry out your piercing if you use too much.

    Basically, you need to autoclave jewellery to get rid of all nasties. Anything else is pointless.
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    (Original post by Khodu)
    Ended up getting it from eBay if anyone was interested! Cost £1.79. http://item.mobileweb.ebay.co.uk/vie...d=320928975438

    Think it looks great, I got 1mm thickness (would have maybe prefered it slightly thicker as my prefer stud was gold and thicker) and 8mm length.
    Make sure you clean them properly, even though they are brand new just to be cautious, I used TCP, but you can use other disinfectants like dettol.


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    This is all terrible advice.

    OP go to a piercer or online jewelery shop that sells piercing quality products next time.
 
 
 
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