Rainbow anodized hoop earrings for two side by side ear piercings in 20 gauge niobium. Suitable for well healed double lobe or double helix piercings.
Each double hoop is created using hypoallergenic niobium wire and formed into a double spiral. The ends are filed and smoothed for comfort and safety. Once the hoop has been tumbled to add strength, it's given an acid bath then anodized to create the lovely rainbow of colors. A 60 second steam cleaning and 30 minute UV light treatment are the final steps to ensure a clean piece arrives. This hoop is made to order and takes approximately 5-7 business days to complete before shipping.
All anodizing is done in house so the colors will vary slightly on every hoop. It's part of what makes these earrings unique and gorgeous!
The inside diameter of each hoop is 7-7.5 mm with an outside diameter of 8.5-9mm. The space between piercings, or between each hoop, is 1/4" but can be customized in the "note to seller" box at checkout. The diameter can be made smaller as well for no additional fee. If you need a larger diameter, please contact us for a custom quote.
Please choose which piercings you plan on wearing your double hoop or if you need a pair.
Some things to consider: the double and triple hoops may take a few days for your ears to adjust to. These are fairly rigid and need to be spaced appropriately for your piercings to be comfortable. Some people find wearing them for a few hours, removing them and allowing the ears to rest overnight then repeating this process for a few days allows your piercings to adjust to this style. **Please do not follow this process with new piercings. New piercings can heal over quickly so leaving them empty overnight may cause issues.**
Your hoops can be customized to fit your piercings! Have small ears? We can adjust the diameter. Have close or far apart piercings? We can adjust for that too! You can leave specific details in the "note to seller" section at checkout or contact us through Conversations for customization info.
Need help putting them in? Check out our instructional video here: http://bit.ly/2f0iBKf