Types of earring fastening
To make sure you feel in your earrings comfortable or be sure you are choosing the appropriate claps for your little girl, please read about each kind and their fit.
Balloon fasteners is suitable for the very first earrings. The stem is finished with a thread on which the so called balloon is screwed. The balloon covers the stick which prevents it from scratching the baby’s ear. It’s one of the safest fastenings against earrings loss.
The stud is called the end piece that slides onto the stem. The stern has two stops at the end that prevent the stud from falling off. It is a favorite fastening for older children (about 2 years) or adults.
Front Fastening for children
It is a child-type fastening of earrings. The hook that passes through the back of the ear is inserted into the small ring that is located on the front of the earring. It is practical for the first earrings for up to 3 years because the parent has good control over whether the earrings are closed.
Earring fastening which is placed behind the ear. The patent, or the flap closes the earring and prevents its loss. It is a very secure fastening and most of the time it feels comfortable even during a sleep. It is suitable for older children and adults.