How to close your earrings
Open the hoop and bend it just a little with your fingers until the pin slips into the tube of the hoop. Now you can put it in your ear and you’ll notice that the hoop closes surprisingly fast. Once you hear the ‘click’ you’re done.
Open the huggie, pierce it in your ear and close the huggie by pushing the ends towards each other. Too loose? Open the huggie and bend the pin a little bit downwards. Too tight? Open the huggie and bend the pin a little bit upwards.
Open the hoop by placing the hoop between thumb and index finger of both hands, with the opening of the hoop in the middle. Twist, by bending right hand up and left hand down. Place the hoop in your ear and twist back.
The easiest of all. Take off the back, put the earpin in your ear and slide the back over the pin until it touches the back of your earlobe. Make sure the back slights straight over the earpin.
Always place the earcuff on your conch to avoid losing it. When needed press a little so that it sits tight.
This one doesn't actually closes because its a hook. When you notice, before putting it in, that the opening is a bit too small for your earlobe delicately bend it a bit open and then put it in. Slightly close the earhook, by delicately pressing it towards the other end until you notice it can’t fall out anymore. Some choose to completely close the hook.
Press the bar end of the threader into your lobe and pull it through. You can wear the threader in one hole or string it through two holes.
Delicately open the hoop by lifting the loop up. Place the hook in your ear, from front to back, and put the hook in the loop.