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Using Chains to Enhance Your Piercing Style!

Chains can take your piercing look to a whole new dimension. If you aren't using chains to decorate your piercing yet, you really need to think about getting some!

I'm going to share with you some extreme chain inspiration, and then some more ideas that you can easily replicate on your own ears!

 This cute chain has been added to a single helix piercing. Then a charm was added for additional sparkle!

 This chain was simply draped across two different lobe piercings!

 My absolute favorite thing to see is chains draped around a conch piercing! This is a great alternative if your conch piercing is sensitive to hoops or is still healing.

 You can even add chains to a nipple piercing for an extra touch ✨

 This dainty display is one of my favorites! Again the chain is simply connecting two existing piercings!

 Free falling chains are a new style but one that will become more and more popular!

 Our Gold Ear Cuff and Threader Earrings are a great way to add chains to your look as well!

 This rose gold look features a chain that fits perfectly nestled in the fold of the ear between two piercings for an interesting look!

 Chains are a great way to repurpose an old industrial piercing! In this one, I used a Plain Hinged Seam Ring and a Colored Round Crystal Labret to drape that chain from hole to hole!

 This gorgeous display features our Three Tiered Silver Chain and our Teardrop Gem Labret placed in a single flat piercing for a super cool finished effect!

As you can see, chains can be used for a variety of decorations in a wide array of different piercings! You can let your imagination run wild. To get started, check out our chain collection.

I hope that this collection of chain piercings has inspired you!

Until next week,

Kourtney 🖤


2 comments

  • I made a gorgeous rose gold septum ring using two thin chains, cut to approximately 6mm & 8mm. I attached those to either end of a 10mm clear labret retainer that I trimmed down a bit to fit my septum piercing. I used a dab of super glue to fasten each end of the chains to the “closed” end of the retainer, leaving the opposite ends of the chains to thread onto the free end of the retainer once it’s in my septum. Pop on the clear top of the retainer and you have an inexpensive and unique piece of septum jewelry. I’ve added tiny dangling jewels and such as well.

    Liz Jeselnik
  • I made a gorgeous rose gold septum ring using two things chains, cut to approximately 6mm & 8mm. I attached those to either end of a 10mm clear lantern retainer that I trimmed down a bit to fit my septum piercing. I used a dab of super glue to fasten each end of the chains to the “closed” end of the retainer, leaving the opposite ends of the chains to thread onto the free end of the retainer once it’s in my septum. Pop on the clear top of the retainer and you have an inexpensive and unique piece of septum jewelry. I’ve added tiny dangling jewels and such as well.

    Liz Jeselnik

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