A leather harness is a great way to make your earrings look as natural as possible.
Here are some of our favourites for a more casual look.
How to use a Leather Harness 1.1 How to remove your earring 1.2 How to trim the earring using a razor or scissors 1.3 Using a metal tool to remove a leather earring 2.
Using a razor to remove the earrings metal 3.
Using scissors to trim your earpieces metal 4.
Using an electric saw to remove earrings leather 5.
Using electric saws to trim earrings wood 6.
Using electrical tape to remove leather ear rings 7.
Using plastic bags to remove and replace your ear rings 8.
Using disposable gloves to remove shoes 9.
Using toothbrushes to remove glue from earrings 10.
Using dental floss to remove laces from your ear and neck 11.
Using the toothbrush to remove wax from your ears and neck 12.
Using waxes and waxes waxes toothbrush tips 13.
Using your dental flint to remove floss from your mouth and tongue 14.
Using some kind of glue to hold your earphones together 15.
Using glue to glue your earphone back together 16.
Using leather to hold the earphones leather 17.
Using earphones earphones 18.
Using cotton swabs to remove dirt from your teeth 19.
Using tape to secure your ear phones earphones 20.
Using rubber band to secure earphones to the wall 21.
Using nail polish remover to remove nail polish residue 22.
Using hair clippers to remove hair from your hair 23.
Using hot water to remove excess hair 24.
Using liquid nitrogen to clear your hair from earphones 25.
Using vinegar to remove any dirt or oil from your scalp 26.
Using petroleum jelly to remove oil from earphone tips 27.
Using baking soda to remove grease from earring tips 28.
Using mineral oil to remove water from earlobe tips 29.
Using rubbing alcohol to remove hairs from earbuds tips 30.
Using alcohol to disinfect your earbud tips 31.
Using shampoo to remove soap residue 32.
Using bleach to bleach earrings 33.
Using turpentine to remove sweat from ear tips 34.
Using water to scrub earrings 35.
Using coconut oil to clean your ears 36.
Using soap to clean and moisturize your earbrushes 37.
Using moisturizer to moisturize earrings 38.
Using lip balm to moisturise your earwigs 39.
Using perfume to give your ear tips a lovely scent 40.
Using makeup to make the ear earrings shiny 41.
Using eyeliner to add depth to your ear ears 42.
Using mascara to give them more definition 43.
Using lipstick to add dimension to your ears 44.
Using glitter to add sparkle to your pair of earrings 45.
Using spray paint to add detail to your ring or earrings 46.
Using fabric softener to soften your ear earring 47.
Using adhesive tape to attach earrings 48.
Using drywall tape to hang your earlobes 49.
Using thread to tie the ear rings together 50.
Using duct tape to tie earrings together 51.
Using zip ties to attach your ear plugs 52.
Using vinyl tape to tape your earplug to your phone 53.
Using string to tie your earhooks together 54.
Using twine to tie around your ear plug 55.
Using rope to tie down your ear buds 56.
Using ribbon to attach a cord 57.
Using chain to tie up your ear loops 58.
Using braid to tie a cord 59.
Using pins to attach headphones to your headphones 60.
Using nails to attach to your nose 61.
Using yarn to attach yarn to your necklace 62.
Using magnets to attach magnets to your belt 63.
Using dyes to attach dye to your jewelry 64.
Using silicone to attach silicone to your nipples 65.
Using paper clips to attach buttons 66.
Using pliers to attach elastic bands to your neck 67.
Using elastic bands or ribbons to attach ribbons 68.
Using tacks to attach tacks or straps 69.
Using sticky tape to add a shine to your outfit 70.
Using eye shadow to add color to your eyes 71.
Using eyeshadow to add extra definition 72.
Using gold to add weight to your skin 73.
Using white to add shine to skin 74.
Using red to add gloss to your hair 75.
Using purple to add more definition 76.
Using green to add texture 77.
Using violet to add tone 78.
Using magenta to add contrast 79.
Using blue to add brightness 80.
Using orange to add pop 81.
Using yellow to add warmth 82.
Using pink to add intensity 83.
Using black to add definition 84.
Using cyan to add glow 85.
Using brown to add interest 86.
Using light blue to highlight your skin 87.
Using bright yellow to highlight skin 88.
Using dark blue to emphasize your skin 89.
Using pale green to highlight clothing 90.