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What are flesh tunnel earrings?

What are flesh tunnel earrings?

Tunnel earrings are basically hollowed out plugs for ears. People also call them flesh tunnels, flesh tunnel earrings, or eyelets and they are a popular pick because they weigh less than normal full plugs and look fantastic.

What are those earrings that stretch your earlobes?

The word “gauge” can also be used for the stretched earlobes themselves but that’s more of a slang term. The actual jewelry pieces, however, are what’s called plug earrings, earplugs, earspools or flesh tunnels, but they are not (or shouldn’t be) called gauges.

How big of a gauge can heal?

Every person is different, and many factors, such as the elasticity of your skin and the time and method of stretching, can affect this. Most people can go between 2g (6mm) – 00g (10mm) and expect their ears to revert back to a normal piercing, after a few months of healing.

How big are the tunnels in your ear?

Tunnels are hollowed out cylinders of various diameters that fit into stretched earlobes and there are several types, depending on how you fit them. They are basically plugs with holes in them!

What are the ear gauges for a tunnel?

The common ear gauges for tunnels we stock include: 6g, 14g, 12g, 10g, 8g, 6g, 4g, 2g, 1g, 0g, 00g, 7/16″, 1/2″, 9/16″, 5/8″, 3/4″, 7/8″, 1″, 28mm, 29mm, 30mm, 32mm, 34mm, 36mm, 38mm, 40mm, 42mm, 44mm, 46mm, 47mm, 48mm, 50mm, 0 gauge plugs, and 2 gauge plugs.

What do tunnel plugs do for your ears?

Tunnels for ears are hollow, tube shaped pieces of body jewelry for inserting into stretched ears. Tunnels are basically like plugs with holes in them. How do I put tunnels in my ears? Firstly ensure you’re using the correct size tunnel for your ear.

What do double flared ear plugs look like?

They are basically plugs with holes in them! A double flared tunnel has a flare at both ends that is larger in diameter than the middle part, so your ears needs to be at least the size of the flare to fit it. Single flared tunnels have just one flared end, and an “O” ring on the other side to keep them in place.

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