The way you remove the earring depends on the type of piercing earring you have.
The majority of our piercing jewelry is push-pin, but if you are unsure what type of earring you have, feel free to email us at email@example.com for help!
Push Pin Studs: Grasp the back of the earring with your index finger and thumb. Pull outward on the earring back while slowly increasing the pressure until it loosens and the earring comes undone.
Threaded (screw-in) Studs: Hold the post with your index finger and thumb, then lightly rotate it to the left, delicately unscrewing the back until it separates from the front.
Fixed Bead and Seamless Hoop: Move the hoop’s hinge out from the earring hole towards the bottom of your lobe. Once the connection point is outside of your ear, gently grasp each side of the clicker and pull apart, taking care to not snag the earring.
Fixed Bead Ring: Hold the end of the hoop that is fixed to the bead with your index finger, then use your other hand to gently bend the ring.
Read our full guide to removing your piercing jewelry here.