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BCR Rings Stainless Steel Choice Of Sizes

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BCR Rings Stainless Steel Choice Of Sizes
£2.89
BCR
Only 90 available
BCR Rings   - Titanium Stainless Steel BCR Rings - Choice of Size

BCR rings are the perfect body jewellery for your piercings.

These BCR (Ball Closure Rings) are made from a high quality stainless steel in a choice of size and guage.

Colours: Silver stainless steel

Choose:

10G (2.5mm) 12mm with 6mm ball, 8mm with 4mm ball, 10mm with 5mm ball or 14mm with 6mm ball

12G (2.0mm) 12mm with 6mm ball, 10mm with 5mm ball

14G (1.6mm) 10mm with 5mm ball

16G (1.2mm) 12mm with 4mm ball, 10mm with 3mm ball

*Price is per BCR (1 ring) 

BCR rings are the perfect jewellery for your body piercings and can be used in helix, tragus, lower ear piercings, eyebrow, lip, nose etc etc.     

WHAT IS A BCR?   A BCR or a bead (ball) captive ring is one of the most popular types of body jewelry.  BCRs are also commonly called CBRs which means captive bead (ball) rings. They can be worn in almost any piercing because they are available in many different sizes and gauges.
 
All styles of BCRs consist of a ring with a small opening and a ball or bead that fits snugly into the opening, thus keeping the jewelry in place.  The beads/balls usually have small indents in either side to accommodate the ends of the ring but sometimes the beads will have a hole drilled all the way through them in order to make it easier to fit.  The rings are made of many different materials including surgical stainless steel, titanium, niobium as well as acrylic.  The beads are made of many different materials including steel, glass, stone, acrylic and more. 

The beads can have embedded gems or crystals, while others may be formed into different shapes including some that have additional charms that dangle off the bead.

These rings are very versatile and you can easily match them to your own personal style. Captive rings are great for many piercings because the rounded, closed shape makes them less likely to snag on your clothes, etc.  The tight fit of the beads also makes it hard to lose the rings because they can’t fall out so long as the bead is in place.

 
Everyone with piercings should know how their body jewellery works. It is a good idea to practice snapping the ball in and out several times to make sure you get the hang of it before attempting to insert the body jewelry. Very thin and very thick body jewelry is more difficult to do by yourself and might even require special tools. If you cannot get the hang of it, just visit your piercing professional do this for you as they have a professional tool to make this job easier!

If you are doing any body jewellery changing in front of a mirror and over a sink, be sure you lay a clean towel across the sink to catch the ball when you drop it, which you will most likely do several times!    I find using latex gloves with all body jewellery makes this job much easier.