Top Ten Best Places Online to Buy Septum Jewelry

Septum piercings can be a pricey endeavor, especially if you are sensitive to certain metals. Piercing studios are a great place to buy jewelry... If you've got the money. If you're shorter on funds, but still want cute jewelry, hopefully this list helps!
The Top Ten
1 Body Candy

This website is my first stop for septum jewelry. The prices are fantastic, and they offer a huge selection. They provide all the specifications on the jewelry: what it's made out of, the gauge, the size - everything. Always check for coupon codes. I've never paid full price for an order. The shipping is decent. I've never had any problems.

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2 Painful Pleasures

The jewelry can be hit or miss here, a little more so than at other places, but for the price you pay, it's worth it. They have some of my favorite designs, and like I said, the prices are fantastic. The shipping is good as well, and I appreciate their shipping insurance for $2.

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3 Body Art Forms

They offer a wide range of prices, from cheap to relatively expensive, but I like having options. They have some fantastic designs at affordable prices. If you can pay a little more, they carry many of the brands that your local piercing studios stock, but at slightly lower prices.

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4 Rebel Bod

Though not as cheap as the above three, Rebel Bod still comes in way cheaper than studio jewelry. They have some really great designs, and their gemstone jewelry is my favorite.

5 Juniqum on Etsy

Based in Ukraine, this small company has provided me with two of my favorite pieces in my collection. The shipping, from Ukraine to Utah, was surprisingly quick and arrived in wonderful packaging that I still use to house and transport my jewelry. Their prices are fantastic, and they offer the most unique designs I've seen to date.

6 Ask and Embla

Their designs are some of my favorites, and the prices are good. However, what keeps them lower on the list is their shipping. They ship from China and don't disclose this until after you've made a purchase, and shipping does take a while. I do like my pieces from there, but the prices aren't quite good enough to tolerate the shipping delays often. I definitely still recommend checking them out, mainly because of their unique designs, but buyer beware.

7 Urban Body Jewelry

A middle-of-the-road option for me. They offer good prices and good designs, but nothing really wows me. However, they do have the best prices for items like gold, especially if you're sensitive to metals. You can get a 14k gold (or at least plated) ring for $65, which is a deal I wish I'd found for my own gold ring.

8 Tulsa Body Jewelry

Having just made my first purchase here, I'm pretty happy. They have a very specific style that I like in stock. They also offer a wide price range, but you can still find cute items at good prices.

9 Amazon, commonly known as Amazon, is an American electronic commerce and cloud computing company that was founded on July 5, 1994, by Jeff Bezos and is based in Seattle, Washington.

I mean, you can buy anything on Amazon. I bought a pack, and they're okay for short-term wear. Long term, it irritates my piercing. But if you're looking for a cute piece for a night out, you might as well take a look.

10 Diablo Body Jewelry

This place can get pricey, but they still have some reasonably priced jewelry too.

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11 eBay eBay Inc. is an American multinational e-commerce corporation based in San Jose, California that facilitates consumer-to-consumer and business-to-consumer sales through its website. eBay was founded by Pierre Omidyar in 1995, and became a notable success story of the dot-com bubble.
12 Hot Topic

They sell 14g and 16g horseshoe rings online and in-store if you want to use them for your septum. They also sell 18g and 20g horseshoe rings if you want to use them for your nostril. I personally like to wear a 20g spiked horseshoe ring in my nostril.

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