How to find your piercing size?

We know it’s difficult to conceive the sizes of the jewelry, so we build a guide that you can print to know exactly how little or big you need the jewel for your body.

  • To start finding the ideal size for your piercing, the first thing to do is to print the Agha Jewelry guide that will allow you to define each measurement correctly (if it says 6mm, the barr will actually measure 6mm). For this, remember to print the guide on a letter paper (8,5x11in) at 100% scale.

      • Once you have printed  the guide, you are going to read each of the three boxes. The first one corresponds to the diameter, the second one to the length and the third one to the gauge. Here an explanation of how and what to measure in each of the boxes:

      • Diameter: In this section you will know the diameter of your top accessories, CBR, rings and hoops.
      • Choose a top accessory, CBR, ring or hoop that fits your piercing and you will take it as reference. 

        Once you have chosen your reference jewel you are going to slide it along the size line until the interior of the ring coincides with one of the rings and the measurement just below will be your size. 

      • Length:In this section you will know the length of your labrets, industrial, barbells y curve barbells (bananas). Choose a labret, industrial, barbell o curve barbell that fits your piercing and you will take it as reference. Once you have chosen your reference jewel you are going to slide it along the size line until the interior of the open boxes matches one of the bars and the measurement just below will be your size. In case of the curve barbells, the length corresponds to the distance between each end of the jewel without accessories.

      • Gauge: In this box you will know the gauge of all your jewels. Choose a jewel you already have that fits your piercing; you will take it as reference. Once you have chosen your reference jewel you are going to slide it along the size line until the interior of the full box matches one of the bars and the measurement just below will be your size.In case of the labrets you can measure your jewell with the little points in a vertical way.In case of rings and hoops, you can measure them with the curve line just above the bar, just like in the image.

     

    When identifying your jewelry size you must be clear that there is no equivalence of measures between diameter, length and gauge.

    We really hope that this guide be useful and practical for you at the moment of identify the size of your jewel, if you have any questions and doubts do not hesitate to contact us.

     

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