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Curved Barbell

Browse our wide selection of trendy curved barbell piercing jewelry, available in various lengths & gauges

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Curved Barbell

One of the most recognizable kinds of piercing jewelry must be curved barbells. Their gentle crescent shape is unique and stands out from straight barbells and rings. Check out our collection for yourself to discover the perfect curved barbell jewelry for you, made of high-quality materials like titanium, surgical steel or 14k gold. You’ll quickly find your new favorites, and with our superfast delivery, you won’t have to wait long to enjoy them!

A curved barbell is made of a lightly bent bar with a decorative part on one end and a ball on the other that is easily screwed off when you want to put the jewelry on or remove it. This closing mechanism makes it a highly user-friendly type of piercing jewelry, and the curve accommodates many piercing placements around your body that a straight bar couldn’t fit.

Perhaps the most characteristic placement of curved barbells is navel piercings. A barbell, curved across the well of your belly, fits this part of the body perfectly. These bars (usually called belly rings) have one big and one small end. In a typical navel piercing, the jewelry is placed above the navel, with the biggest decorative part lowermost. But you can also have a reverse navel piercing where the jewelry is underneath with the large part on top. Many bars of either orientation have sprawling dangles to really show off this fantastic piercing type. We even have PTFE bars that conform to the body changes during pregnancy. Nothing says confidence like a stunning belly button barbell.

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Another popular placement for curved barbells is an eyebrow piercing. This one puts the decoration to the side of your face, lending finesse to your look while still stealing the show. Because of that, you can work wonders even with a reasonably low-key design, like black spikes. Since your face moves around a lot daily, you may consider flexible jewelry to spare yourself some mild irritations, depending on your features and taste.

Curved barbells fit some ear piercings such as rook or daith. Less commonly, but just as pretty, you can wear them in tragus or helix piercings if that speaks to you. The versatility of this jewelry type sets you free to experiment with many placements, as well as varying sizes. Also, if you have multiple ear piercings, a couple of classy gemstones in the daith can be a great complement to your earlobe piercing - or any other combination you want to create.

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Certain lip piercings have two visible exits in a vertical line, and so are perfect curved barbell piercings. Though lips are mostly for labrets and rings, a curved bar with beautiful reflective balls is virtually made for you if you have a vertical labret piercing. Either way, we know you’ll slay.

Lastly, we shouldn’t forget that most genital piercings use curved barbell jewelry, which shows that this jewelry type is always full of surprises.

With so many possible placements, you’re almost sure to have a piercing that could benefit from curved barbell jewelry. It can hit so many different notes, according to your taste. On top of that, our selection includes countless individual designs to choose from. No matter if you fancy something quiet or more shiny and elegant, we have just the thing for making your style flourish.

Browse the possibilities, and pick your darlings today!

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What size should I choose for a curved barbell piercing?

Due to how many curved barbell piercing options are available, the jewelry size varies considerably. This mainly applies to the length, however, which can be anything from 6 to 12 mm. In terms of thickness, most curved barbells are 1.2 mm or 1.6 mm. If you’re ever in doubt about what’s best for your particular piercing, ask your piercer for detailed advice.

How much does a curved barbell weigh?

Curved barbells are no heavier than straight ones or piercing jewelry in general. Of course, it depends a lot on the material and size. Titanium is a lightweight material, while gold or surgical steel is a little heavier. But at the end of the day, these are relatively light, even if you go for an unusually thick curved barbell. The look will be more bombastic but without compromising comfort. After all, these bars are for fashion, not weight-lifting.

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Where can I use a curved barbell?

Our curved barbells come in various designs and sizes, so you’re bound to find something that suits you whether your piercing is in the ear, nose, lip, eyebrow, navel - or even the tongue or nipple. Diversity is the name of the game, and everyone’s a winner with this type of piercing jewelry. And if the piercing look is not your jam all the time, you can always wear a retainer and come back to an old or new style anytime you wish.

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How to remove a curved barbell piercing?

Curved barbell piercing jewelry is very convenient to put on and take off. All you have to do is unscrew the ball at one end of the bar, slide the bar into or out of your piercing and then screw the ball back into place. That’s it. Most of our items are internally threaded, which means that the threading won’t scratch your skin as the jewelry passes through the piercing - so you can comfortably change your jewelry as often as you like and always look precisely the way you want.