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Piercing Needle Gauge: Understanding the Different Sizes and Their Uses

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If you’ve ever had a piercing, you may have heard the term “needle gauge” in reference to the needle size used. But what does that actually mean, and why does it matter?

Needle gauge refers to the thickness of the needle, measured in gauges (G). The higher the gauge number, the thinner the needle. For example, a 20G needle is thicker than a 22G needle.

Different needle gauges are used for different piercings, depending on the size and location of the piercing. Thicker gauge needles are typically used for larger piercings, such as earlobes, while thinner gauges are used for more delicate areas, such as the nose or eyebrow.

It’s important to choose the right needle gauge for your piercing in order to ensure that it heals properly and doesn’t cause excessive pain or bleeding. Your piercer should be able to recommend the appropriate size based on your individual needs.

When it comes to piercing, attention to detail is key. Understanding needle gauge and choosing the right size for your piercing is just one of the many important considerations involved in achieving a safe and successful piercing experience.

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