Navel Ring Sizing Guide


A complete guide to navel rings!! A piercing chart can help you figure out which piece of body jewelry is the best fit for you. Have you always wanted to know what exactly the body jewelry measurements listed next to a belly button ring mean? A piercing size chart can do that. Measuring body jewelry sizes does not have to be a mystery any longer with this easy to use belly ring size chart. Knowing the proper body jewelry gauge sizes and measurements, such as the belly button ring lengths, makes shopping for body jewelry easier. To better understand the terms associated with navel ring sizes and where exactly a measurement is located on your belly button ring, we present you with this new belly button ring size chart.


As navel piercings have grown in popularity, so have the types of unique navel rings. The 3 most popular navel rings are listed below. These are just 3 of the more popular navel rings style from the many other types of styles to choose from such as twisted, spiral, etc.

  1. Top Down, have jewelry hanging from the top of the piercing rather than the bottom.
  2. Non-Dangle are your basic navel ring that has a ornament/charm instead of the bottom ball/gem or vice versa.
  3. Dangle, add style and glamour to plain navel rings by having a ornament/charm hanging from the bottom ball/gem.

Nose Piercing Healing and Aftercare Advice

Nose Piercing Healing and Aftercare Advice

This post is for people who already have their noses pierced and think they are having some sort of healing issue or other problems related to the healing process. If you don’t have your nose pierced yet, please check “Nose Piercing 101” for detailed information thats available for you.

Now for the basics, if you just got your nose pierced, it is perfectly normal for it to be red, swollen, tender, and maybe even a slight bleeding. The whole piercing your nose process is basically an open wound; so that sort of reaction is to expected. If you are worried something about the piercing wasn’t done right, or your nose is still swollen, and red, go back and see your piercer. After all, the piercer has a better idea if it’s infected or was done wrong, or a doctor if it leads to a more serious complications. They are the best at recognizing that sort of thing.

If you are looking for other information, you may find it below on one of the Youtube videos (This video is not owned by HBJUS)