What is a push in labret?

Push pin jewelry, also known as push pop, push fit and threadless jewelry, is a popular style of labret jewelry. These threadless labrets make great jewelry for lip, cheek, nostril, and cartilage piercings.

What is a Bioflex labret?

Our Bioflex Labret Studs make it easy to keep your labret piercings looking and feeling great. They are flexible and biocompatible – perfect for difficult piercings, X-rays and visits to the dentist.

How do you use a push pin labret?

Push Pin

  1. How to put it on:
  2. Insert the back post into your ear.
  3. Insert the pin halfway into the post.
  4. Slightly bend the pin by pushing it against the backing. The more of a bend, the tighter the earring will stay in the backing.
  5. Fully push in the pin into the post to secure it.

How do you remove a push pin piercing?

To remove your push-pin stud, you should push the top in slightly, and then twist and pull out, while holding the back in place. Screw-in studs have a threaded top that screws into its labret. When wearing your earrings, you want to make sure these are always tightly screwed in!

Can you put a labret in your lobe?

Labrets are backward! Because labrets are designed to wear in your lip, it makes sense that they would insert from the back (the inside of your mouth). But, wearing them in your earlobes means you have to put them in backward (pushing the post through your piercing behind your ear).

Do Threadless labrets stay in?

Recent Posts. Threadless labrets are awesome for various piercing locations because you only need one backing for multiple different tops. It’s super easy to change out your look on a whim, and they stay in securely as long as you bend the pin correctly.

How does a threadless labret work?

How threadless jewelry works is the “design” or topper you choose for your piercing has a little pin on it that you bend slightly. This top fits into a hollow post and stays in place due to the tension from the bend on that pin! We will rotate a piece from our lip piercing to our nostril then onto our ear!