Earring back stuck? Read on to learn how to remove earrings with safety back, screw back and other styles. We’ll highlight the various types of earring backs out there and discuss instructions for putting them on and taking them off.
Safety back earrings are popular among babies and children. Also known as starter earrings, these earrings are characterized by a locking clutch design and a rounded back. Safety back earrings are some of the safest earring backs (hence their name) and do a good job of securely holding earrings in place.
How to Put On Safety Back Earrings
How to Remove Earrings with Safety Back
Similar to safety back earrings, screw back earrings feature a covered back that protects the post. The post features a threaded design, which allows it to screw into the back for secure wear. These screw earrings are commonly seen on babies and children, but teens and adults may wear them as well.
How to Put On Screw Back Earrings
How to Remove Screw Back Earrings
Push back earrings, also known as butterfly back earrings because of their shape, feature a simple back that is pushed onto the earring post. The post pokes through the back but is held securely in place thanks to small grooves etched in the post. This is a classic design that can be found in all age groups, especially teens and adults.
How to Put On Butterfly Back Earrings
How to Remove Butterfly Back Earrings
Firmly pull the butterfly back until it comes off the post.
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