How to push septum piercing up?

If you are one of those people who decided to stick a piece of metal through your nose, congrats! You’re now part of the septum piercing club. But let’s face it, sometimes, having that shiny object sticking out can be annoying or even painful, especially if you have long hair or if you enjoy putting on turtlenecks frequently. In this article, we’ll show you how to push that little ring right up into your nostrils in six easy steps.

Step 1: Wash Your Hands

Before touching your precious jewel (not the green kind), make sure your hands are clean and sanitized. This will avoid infections caused by bacteria from dirty fingernails.

Step 2: Find A Mirror

This may seem obvious but trust us when we say some people forget this crucial step and end up poking themselves in places they shouldn’t be poking. Make sure the mirror has good lighting so that you can easily see everything going on with your schnozzle.

Step 3: Move The Ring Upward

Insert two fingers under the hoop and gently lift it upwards towards the ceiling using a steady hand motion until it reaches just inside your nostril opening.

Pro tip: If this is too challenging, take a break and breathe deeply for five seconds before trying again.

Step 4: Apply Pressure

Once inside the opening of your nostril use light pressure with very gentle force applied upward using one finger positioned below pushing softly against any flesh around where they meet while maintaining control over direction depending upon which side needs attention at present time – left/right generally doesn’t matter beyond personal preference given variance exists due mitigating factors such as shape/size-related differences among individuals etc…

Note down: If it hurts when doing this part – stop immediately!

Step 5: Twist It A Bit

Now twist things up a bit or about quarter turn to allow room for more movement while still keeping the hoop in your nostril.

Step 6: Voila!

With this method, you can safely push up septum piercing ring inside of the nose without much difficulty. Just remember that everyone’s anatomy is different and what works for one person may not necessarily work for another. So always pay attention to discomfort and adjust your approach accordingly.

Final Words:

Now that we’ve gone through these steps, it’s time to enjoy life with less pain from having jewelry stuck around our face whilst we rock our unique style (Just add extra quirky sentence here)

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