The Ultimate Guide to Septum Ring Styles: Discover Your Perfect Fit

The Ultimate Guide to Septum Ring Styles: Discover Your Perfect Fit

Septum piercings have gained immense popularity in recent years, becoming a trendy and stylish way to express individuality. Among the many options available, septum rings stand out as versatile pieces of jewelry that can add flair and personality to your look. In this blog, we will take a closer look at the various types of septum rings, helping you navigate the diverse world of septum jewelry.


Circular Barbell

One of the most popular choices, circular barbells feature a horseshoe-shaped bar that can be flipped up or down within the septum. They come in a range of materials, including stainless steel, titanium, and gold, and offer versatility in terms of bead or decorative end options.

horseshoe septum ring


Captive Bead Ring (CBR):

CBRs consist of a circular ring with a removable bead or ball that is held in place by the tension of the ring. This classic style offers simplicity and can be customized with different bead designs, including gemstones, spikes, or charms.

 captive bead ring

Seamless Ring

Sleek and understated, seamless rings create a smooth and continuous look when worn in the septum. They lack a visible break or opening, making them appear as a seamless circle. Seamless rings are available in various gauges and diameters, allowing for a perfect fit.

 seamless septum ring

Clicker Ring:

Designed for convenience, clicker rings feature a hinged mechanism that allows for easy opening and closing. They often come in intricate designs, incorporating gemstones, filigree work, or unique patterns. Clicker rings offer a balance between style and ease of use.

 septum clicker

Segment Ring

Segment rings resemble seamless rings but have a small removable segment that creates the illusion of a seamless hoop. These rings can be opened and closed by removing or inserting the segment, making them a popular choice for those seeking a versatile option.

 hinged septum ring


Septum retainers are discreet and ideal for occasions where you prefer to hide your piercing. They are usually made from clear or flesh-colored materials like acrylic or silicone, providing a subtle and nearly invisible appearance.

 septum retainer

Tusks and Tusks with Decorative Ends:

Tusk-shaped septum rings offer a bold and unique aesthetic. They can be straight or curved and often feature decorative ends such as gemstones, tribal motifs, or intricate designs. Tusks are a striking choice for those looking to make a statement.



Pinchers are U-shaped septum jewelry pieces that create a snug fit by gently pinching the septum. They can range from simple designs to more elaborate options, with some incorporating ornamental details or unique materials.

 pincher septum ring


Dangle Septum Ring

Dangle septum ring is a new styles, very popular among people. There are dangles below the septum ring barbell, the dangles can be gemstones, flowers, stars, moons, and any other designs that is small, can be used as dangle, and not effect the piercing.

 dangle septum ring


Spike Septum Ring

Spike septum ring is very cool, there is usually pointed cone paved on the septum ring, maybe the circular barbell ends, the surrounded on the segment hoops.

 spike septum ring


V Shaped Septum Ring

V shaped septum ring, also named as triangle septum ring, is the segment hoop or septum clicker, the top part is wide, while the bottom part is narrow, when you wear it, there will be a triangle showed on the outside.

 v shape septum ring




With a multitude of options available, selecting the perfect septum ring type is an exciting endeavor. Whether you prefer the simplicity of a seamless ring, the elegance of a clicker ring, or the stunning of dangle septum jewelry, there is a septum ring to suit every style and personality. Remember to consult with a professional piercer who can provide expert advice on sizing, materials, and aftercare. Embrace the diversity of septum ring styles and allow your septum piercing gorgeous.

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