Are silicone ear tunnels bad?
Are silicone tunnels bad for your ears? Silicone tunnels are not bad for your ears so long as you have healed ears. It is a very lightweight and comfortable material for most people. If you have irritated lobes or have had any bad reactions to silicone before it should be avoided.
What is the best lubricant for stretching ears?
Lubricants make a stretch easier. While you’re out getting a new taper, get some Jojoba oil, Vitamin E oil or GaugeGear Stretching Balm (Neosporin and Vaseline are not good lubes for ear stretching). Lube up your ears and also the taper. Slowly insert the taper all the way up to the base of the bigger side.
Is there such thing as a flesh tunnel?
Flesh tunnel – An earlobe stretched to breaking point. The trend has been around for a few years: A hole in the earlobe is stretched bit by bit, until it is large enough to fit a golf ball.
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 kind of tunnels are best for ear piercings?
Choose from acrylic tunnels, custom tunnels hand-crafted from your choice of exotic woods, glass tunnels, organic tunnels made from stone, wood, horn and other natural materials, silicone tunnels, and steel tunnels. You can also shop for tunnels by size to find just those options that will best fit your stretched ears or other stretched piercings.
How do you put a tunnel in your ear?
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. The best time to insert tunnels is after a shower.