What does Huggie mean in earrings?
Huggie earrings are a style of hoop earrings that are small in size and hug the ear. This means that the earring sits close to your earlobe. Our huggie earrings feature either a butterfly stud back fastening or a lever back fastening that is curved at the back and simply clicks into place.
What is the difference between hoop and huggie earrings?
What is a huggie earring? Huggies are a style of little hoop earrings that ‘hug’ the earlobe. They tend to be thicker than the standard hoop and have a lever back meaning the curved back of the earring simply clicks into place.
Are huggie earrings in style?
Huggie earrings have become increasingly popular, not just for their look but also for their practicality. As huggie earrings are a lot smaller, they can be more comfortable to wear. The huggie earring tends to be a cleaner, more minimal look so is perfect to pair with countless outfits and other pieces of jewellery.
Do huggie earrings stay in?
They click into place and offer that lovely small hoop look which are a nice change from stud earrings. Over time however, a huggie earring can become loose by failing to click into place as tightly as it used to. This small adjustment, from time to time, will keep your huggie earrings tight and working like new.
How should a huggie earring fit?
As a general guide, huggies with an inner diameter of 6 or 7mm neatly hug the lobe. A 5mm inner diameter is likely to fit best on an upper lobe piercing, where there’s less space between the hole and edge of your ear.
How do you open Astrid and Miyu Huggies?
Unclip the cartilage hoop. Feed the thinner half of the earring through your piercing. Bring the clasp up and push down – clicker. Sizes will vary in diameter from the clicker to the huggie to the conch hoop.
How do huggie earrings close?
Huggies are a style of little hoop earrings that ‘hug’ the earlobe. This means they sit close to your earlobe! They tend to be thicker than the standard hoop and have a lever back meaning the curved back of the earring simply clicks into place.