Q: What is the smallest size gauge a septum pincher?

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You can find some metal ones in 16ga but for other materials, the smallest is usually 14ga or 12ga. You can find the smaller ones if you look at septum jewelry

The standard starter size for a septum piercing is 14g.

20gauge piercings are the smallest common size.

12g would be your starter :)

The next size smaller after 16 gauge is 18 gauge. Smaller gauge numbers indicate thicker wire diameters, so as the gauge number decreases, the wire thickness increases.

20g. But that's a regular ear piercing size. So you'll move up to 18g.

Did u mean monroe? If so i think its a 16 gage.

1 1/2 inch

The first response there is EXTREMLY incorrect. Every piercing no matter what size is a gauge. If you want to have a larger gauge then you will need to use different typed of tapers and plugs to do so. The smallest size you can see through using a small enough silicone tunnel would most likely be an 8, if for some reason not then go up to a 6.

The smallest gauge needle that I'm aware of is 22g. But no one will pierce you with anything less than 20g, and that's usually in the nose. But, the standard size piercing needle is around 16-12g, but you can make a request to be pierced at a larger gauge, if there's sufficient flesh for it to go through.

No, a pencil is not a size 0 gauge size but a 4 gauge.

Lip rings range in size from 20 gauge (the smallest) to 14 gauge (the largest). Sixteen-gauge is considered a "normal" size lip ring. The piercer will usually start with a lip ring that is slightly larger to accommodate the swelling that will naturally occur as a result of the piercing process. Once healing has occurred, the wearer can change the size of the lip ring to either a smaller or larger one.