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DIY Nose Chain

For those of you who've been trying to hunt down a nose chain, you probably know that they're difficult to find. Even online, there isn't a big selection. The ones I've found at a local Indian mall were pretty, but they weren't exactly what I was looking for. I finally decided it would be easier to make my own. 

What you need:
  • Any kind of necklace chain (preferably lightweight)
  • Nose ring (you can also make a lip chain if you have a lip ring.)
  • Earring Hook
  • Metal loops (You might be able to find a couple on your necklace)
  • Jewelry pliers (I used regular pliers, but it's a lot more difficult.)
How To Make It:
  1. Measure out the length you want your nose chain. Using the  pliers, separate the chain to your desired length.
  2. Take the piece you need, and attach both ends to  the bigger metal loops.
  3. Attach one end to your earring hook and the other end to your nose ring. Make sure the ends are tightened enough where the nose chain won't come apart. 
For me, it didn't cost any money. I already had these supplies around the house. If you don't have these supplies, it could cost up to $20. 

 For my nose chain, I decided to use a plain silver chain and a rosary beaded necklace. This came attached together as one necklace. This was especially convenient, because I wanted to get two different chain lengths.


  1. looking good, a nice bit of diy is always cool to see =)

  2. This looks perfect on you! I always wanted to have a nose piercing only to wear it with a chain ^^

    1. Thank you! I've sen some nose chains that don't require a pierced nose even. Those are most common where I live.

  3. Oh my gosh that's so pretty! You're really rockin' it! :D

    1. Thanks! You could definitely make one for your new lip rings. :)

  4. I've got an award for you on my blog!
    Love the double chain by the way, very neat!

  5. Great DIY! It is always a great idea to make things out of other already existing things, I love to do that.

    I have always wanted to try a nose chain, I got my nose pierced when I was about 18 but my body rejected it, so I have never got to do it.

    1. Most authentic nose chains clip on to the nose, so you're in luck!


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