i wanna increase the size of my gauges until i get to 1 inch, im at 00, whats the next size up i get? Whats after that?
They go into fractions of an inch.
12 mm 1/2"
14 mm 9/16"
16 mm 5/8"
19 mm 3/4"
22 mm 7/8"
25 mm 1"Source(s): A gauge is a size, not an object.
Size After 00gSource(s): https://shrink.im/baYEm
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what size comes after 00g in your ears?
i wanna increase the size of my gauges until i get to 1 inch, im at 00, whats the next size up i get? Whats after that?Source(s): size 00g ears: https://shortly.im/tpcpU
I thought after you reached a 00 then you went to 11mm which is 7/16ths? At least that's what I did. But I wear stones so they make stretching a lot easier cause of the weight after I can see there's so much room with my precious size in it, then I Ӏմҍҽ up my next size and pop it in. But if it hurts bad enough its making you cry or punch your mirror, put the plug down, calm down, and weigh your ear down some more or else you are going to put your ear at a very high risk to rip or blow it out. I slightly ripped my ears at 4g cause of the flares being a 0. So I have to slowly downsize if I take them out. But after using stones I haven't had that issue sense then my next size kinda just pops in, there's really no like arrgg pain but its a very faint pinch like feeling and if you use stones to just pop in without tapers then you can feel it just pop in. From what I hear with BOs you defiantly can feel the inner ear just chillin outside.Source(s): Personal experience, I have no life and chill with my tattoo artist
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000 gauge comes after 00. After 000 inches are used 12mm = almost 1/2 inch 13mm = just over 1/2 inch 14mm = almost 9/16 inch 15mm = almost 9/32 inch 16mm = 5/8 inch 17mm = almost 11/16 inch 18mm = just over 11/16 inch 19mm = 3/4 inch 20mm = 25/32 inch 21mm = just over 13/16 inch 22mm = almost 7/8 inch 23mm = 29/32 inch 24mm = just over 15/16 inch 25mm = almost 1 inch
7/16" will be the next size you stretch to. Check out this size chart for a more graphic answerSource(s): http://www.eargauges.net/info/ear-gauge-sizes.html
7/16 < 8/16(1/2) 7/16 (: