Captive Bead Navel Rings
Why are Captive Bead Belly Rings so popular?
Small, comfy and less likely to snag on your clothing, captive bead belly bars are the ultimate choice in navel piercing essentials with many body piercers even preferring to use the captive style for new piercings.
How do you open a captive belly ring?
The ball in the captive bead belly ring is referred to as a 'bead' because it has two beaded dents in the side of the balls where it meets the circumference of the belly bar shaft. We recommend sitting down when you open a captive belly ring so that if the ball falls out it lands in your lap (nothing worse then lost belly ring balls! argh). The ball is being held in place from the tension of the sphere, to release the tension simply apply outward pressure to both sides of the belly ring. Likewise, once you insert your new belly ring, line up the beads on either side and slot the ball back into the opened space.
Need an easier piercing solution?
If you would rather escape the challenge of beaded balls, try our huggy belly ring range, get the look with convenient snap lock belly jewellery. And for the bee's knees in belly huggies, view the TummyToys® designer range of belly rings where you can take it one step further and add dangly interchangeable swinger belly charms - find out more about the TummyToys® range at www.tummytoys.com.au.
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