I have just recently started wearing my earrings again and the ones i currently have in stab me to death during the night.
I am looking at some others to wear that arent boring sleepers. What do others wear to bed? or do you take your earrings out each night?
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13-04-2016 11:49 #1
Earrings to bed
13-04-2016 11:57 #2
I've currently got studs in which stay in at night because I can't feel them. Any other earrings get taken out each night. I reverted back to studs last year because I was in hospital so much with DD while she had chemo. I still wanted to wear earrings, but was worried I'd lose my nice earrings seeing as I take them out at night. They would've gotten lost in the hospital room. I'll probably go back to wearing my nice ones soon, DD's treatment has finished now so no more overnight stays in hospital.
13-04-2016 12:08 #3
I take my earrings out for bed, even studs.
13-04-2016 12:20 #4
13-04-2016 12:28 #5
I can wear studs to bed. I have 3 holes in one ear and 2 in the other. I keep studs in the second and third hole/s all of the time. I change the first hole earrings most days so don't generally wear any to bed. When we go camping I put studs in the first holes too so I don't have to take earrings out (aka lose them in the camper trailer). ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1460518101.218900.jpg
13-04-2016 12:37 #6
Earrings to bed
I wear earrings every day, but they are taken out before bed. When I remove my watch, bangle and ring, I also take my earrings out.
13-04-2016 12:49 #7
I have loads of earrings but usually wear dangly ones and always take them out. Even studs I take out because they dig into my head and it drives me nuts. I wear a pair every day, whether I'm out or at home.
13-04-2016 12:52 #8
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13-04-2016 12:57 #9
I wear diamond hoop earrings about the size of a 10 cent piece. They don't bother me to sleep in but my old studs used to be a pain.
13-04-2016 13:01 #10
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