A fake nosering is not going to do the trick. Kids are mean, and they would pick on her if she wore a fake ring. It's true. That's the way they roll. I think nose rings are much more mainstream than they ever were, at least, they are here in Canada.
What’s That in Your Nose?? Terror Of The Year-Old Nose Piercing
It was in that somber, head-shaking, unbelieving tone. It turned out my barely thirteen-year-old came upstairs wearing a nose ring. Not the cute little ones on the side. The kind worn by Ferdinand the Bull. It appeared my daughter and I were going to be having a chat.
Not a standard inner ear infection; this was a painful red swollen outer ear, in an year-old. I thought she had a skin abscess, and said to put her on antibiotics for standard skin organisms. The adolescent in the problem had recently had a high piercing done, through the cartilage up toward the top of her ear, and she had perichondritis, an infection of the tissue layer that surrounds and nourishes that cartilage.
A nose piercing is usually done with a needle which is inserted through one side of the nostril, and it can pierce through the skin, cartilage or both. Once the hole has been made, a piece of jewelry is placed in the hole, with the most popular choices being either a ring or a simple stud. There are other types though, including a bridge piercing or high nostril pistol, so be sure to clarify what it is that your child wants before you agree or disagree on something.