Nose pins, also known as nostril or nose studs, are a type of jewelry worn in the nostril. They can be made of a variety of materials, including gold, silver, and other precious metals, as well as gemstones and other decorative elements. Nose pins are a popular accessory in many cultures around the world and are worn for both fashion and traditional reasons.
There are many different styles of nose pins available, including studs, hoops, and dangles. Studs are the most common and consist of a small, decorated post that is inserted into the nostril and secured in place with a butterfly or screw-on backing. Hoops are similar to studs, but have a circular shape that fits around the outside of the nostril. Dangles are a more decorative type of nose pin that hangs down from the nostril and can be made of a variety of materials, including beads, gemstones, and other decorative elements.
How To Wear
To wear a nose pin, the post or hoop is inserted into the nostril and secured in place with a backing. It is important to be careful when inserting and removing a nose pin to avoid damaging the nostril or the jewelry itself. Nose pins should also be regularly cleaned to keep them in good condition and to prevent infection.