# What size is 0 gauge ears?

## What size is 0 gauge ears?

Ear Gauge to MM Conversion Table

Gauge Millimeters(mm) Inches
2g 6 mm 1/4″
0g 8 mm 5/16″
00g 10 mm 3/8″
11 mm 7/16″

How long does it take to stretch ears to 0 gauge?

4g to 2g – 3-4 months. 2g to 0g – 4-5 months. 0g to 00g – 4-6 months.

Will a size 0 gauge close up?

Generally, 0 gauge has been coined “the point of no return,” meaning that once you have stretched that far, it’s not going to go back. Over the point of no return, your ears can shrink, but they may not return to normal, just a smaller gauge.

### What ear gauge is the point of no return?

In North America, most stretching methods go up by a single even-sized gauge increment at a time. 0g (8 mm), is generally considered to be “the point of no return”: a hole larger than this size will rarely close to a standard piercing size.

How do you know what the ear stretching sizes mean?

Intro to ear stretching Sizes So, how do you know what the ear stretching sizes mean? There are three different measurements that you are going to see when it comes to ear stretching sizes, millimetres (mm), inches (“), and gauge (g).

How big are gauges for ear piercings?

Gauge chart has sizes listed from largest to smallest. We normally stock jewelry in 20 gauge up through 2 inch diameter. No matter if you’re stretching your ear lobes or other piercings, or keeping them at their current size, we’ve got jewelry for you!

## How big is a 0g ear plug in inches?

When you get to 0g, the next size is 00g (pronounced “double zero gauge”). 00g is equal to about 3/8 of an inch. After 00g, we run out of gauge sizes, so we use fractions of an inch instead. The next size after 00g is 7/16″. The sizes go up by 1 sixteenth of an inch from there, but they’re reduced fractions, so instead of 8/16″, we just say 1/2″.

How big is a 9mm ear stretcher?

Ear Stretching Sizes Converted From Gauge to mm and Inch Gauge (g) Millimeters (mm) Inches (“) 9mm 3/8″ 00g 10mm 3/8″ 11mm 7/16″ 12mm 1/2”