Yes, you can! In fact, some people find labret-style piercing
There a few things to consider when purchasing labret or tragus studs to use as nose rings:
- The size of the charm: If you're used to really tiny, discreet nose ring charms, then you may not like the way that tragus and labret studs look on your nose - both tend to be larger in size, and you may feel they look overpowering.
- The gauge of your piercing: The two most common gauges that labret and tragus studs come in are 18 gauge and 16 gauge, which will be too thick for someone who wears a 20 gauge nose ring and doesn't wish to stretch their piercing.
- The length of the post: The typical nostril screw has a post length that's approximately 6mm tall (the distance from the bend to where the charm sits), so make sure you keep that in mind when you're picking out a labret or tragus earring stud.
Inserting labret posts into your nose piercing can be kind of tricky because you will have to put the
You don't have to use a pin taper, however, it will make things easier because the end of the
This is a really great example of someone inserting a labret into their nose piercing: