What Gauge Is a Regular Earring?

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The standard gauge for a regular earring is 20 gauge or 18 gauge. This number is often important when trying to stretch or 'gauge' the ear, which makes the hole in the ear larger than normal.
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Gee, if memory serves me correctly that is 16g, it's been a long time since I ran across a pair of those.
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The regular piercing is actually usually a 20g to a 16g. ( I got mine pierced with a 16g) Anyways! I'm at a 4g at the moment and well, I can still wear earrings hahah I can't wear
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Many initial piercings are done with a 16-gauge or 18-gauge needle. The lowest gauge is 20.
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The smallest gauge earring is 36. The larger the number, the smaller the
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