Jewelry Used in Conch Piercings

bodysparkleJan 23, '18

What kind of jewelry is used in Conch Piercings? Captive Bead Rings, Circular Barbells, Segment Rings, Seamless Rings if you want a hoop and labret studs or straight barbells if  you want a stud.

Don’t get stuck in a rut thinking that only one type of jewelry can be worn in a conch piercing (or any piercing for that  matter).  Most body jewelry types can go into more than one piercing. For example, a Captive Bead Ring is one type of jewelry is used in Conch Piercing or Helix, Tragus, Lobe, Cartilage, Snug, Daith, Rook, Eyebrow, Lip, Septum, Navel, Nose piercings to name a few.

Captive Bead Rings are very secure but can be tricky to use so you may want to so some research on how they work.

If a captive ring has a jeweled ball, a shaped ball or a dangle, you can just turn the ball so the ring is horizontal, then it can be worn in the  conch piercing.


Captive Ring Conch Earring
Captive hoop in this position can be worn in nipple piercing, ear lobe piercings

Dangle Conch Earring with Feather
Turn captive hoop to horizontal position, so it can be worn in conch piercing. This can be done with most captive bead rings


Circular Barbells are another type of  jewelry used in Conch Piercing. These hoops have two balls that screw on so are easier to use than captive rings, but with the two balls instead of one, you get a very different look. Circular barbells are worn in the horizontal position in the conch piercing.

Circular Barbell Conch Earring
Circular barbells can be worn in the conch piercing. Also known as horseshoe barbells


Circular barbells in the horizontal position can be worn in the conch piercing. You can change out the end balls without removing the hoop from your piercing


Stay tuned for Jewelry Used in Conch Piercings Part 2 where we explain more types of jewelry used in conch piercings.


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