Wrap up Ear Piercing Jewelry for the Holidays

Finding the perfect gift for the holiday season can be one of the greatest challenges at this time of the year. If you’re looking for a last minute gift idea, why not give a gift that will last a lifetime: a pair of earrings to wear AFTER a new piercing has healed with a note promising to take the recipient to have their ears pierced. But what types of earrings are best? Here are a couple suggestions:

Stud Style Earrings

To protect your newly-pierced ears, we recommend wearing light stud style earrings for the first few months after your piercing heals. Stud styles are classic and can be worn with practically anything. Studs are a great choice for both males and females who are new to the ear piercing world. A big benefit to wearing stud earrings over other ear piercing jewelry is that you don’t have to worry as much about them getting caught in hair or clothing, making them a great option for anyone with long hair!

Stud earrings are easy to wear for people who are often on-the-go, and can easily be taken out if you’re active or play sports that require no earrings. Stud earrings come in an endless range of styles and colors so it will be easy to find a pair or two to give as a gift.

Light, Small Hoops

The hoop earring trend comes and goes as far as the size of the hoop, but small hoops are always in style and recommended for newly-pierced ears. Small hoops drive attention to your ears in a variety of ways – whether you decide to wear simple silver or gold hoop, or dress them up with diamonds or a colored gem stone.

Hoops are fun to wear and can change a look from classic to a bit more edgy. Like studs, small hoops are usually lightweight and are an easy transition after the healing period has ended. They’re easy to find, too, making them a great last-minute ear piercing jewelry gift option.

With the holidays quickly approaching, consider these gift ideas for your loved ones. To find an Inverness ear piercing location near you, click here. Happy holidays from Inverness!