Nipplecharms: Non-piercing jewelry review & giveaway (NSFW)

This non-piercing jewelry offers a great alternative to going through the pain of a piercing and the aftermath of endless irritation.


I was fortunate enough to try out a pair of nipple shields recently. The piece was thin metal bent into the shape of a flower that can be made bigger or smaller depending on the size of your nipples. My nipples happen to be on the larger size, but they still worked perfectly!


To apply this type of jewelry you first must make your nipple erect. I recommend using someone else's tongue. Then you stretch open the jewelry to fit around your nipples, squeezing them so that the nipple is through the middle of the flower. Suddenly you have a flower on your areola and your nipple is the pollen in the middle.

Nipple Rings
  • Nipple Rings


I really like the look of this type of jewelry and how some of these pieces keep my nipples erect, as well as the fact that there is no pain involved in wearing this bling. Nipplecharms.com offer a variety of jewelry from dangly attachments to rings. The customer service on this site was great and the shipping was fast.


Want to own your own pair of flower shaped nipple shields like mine? Drop me an email at [email protected] with "send me the shields" in the subject line. Improve your chances of winning by tweet this giveaway. Don't forget to add @rebeccaammon or tell me why you should win in your entry email.


Giveaway Rules: No purchase necessary. This giveaway will end August 31, 2011. The winners will be contacted via email on September 1, 2011, and they will have 72 hours to respond. Please make sure you check your junk mail folder.

  • Nipple Shield

I’ve had both nipples pierced two times each. I love the way pierced nipples look, and the way they draw attention to my chest at a topless party. Unfortunately this type of piercing hurts constantly, at least it did for me. Even putting on my bra in the mornings was painful. After months of waiting for my piercings to heal I realized it just wasn’t going to work out for me, again. They had to be removed. Luckily I ran across a pretty cool alternative called Nipplecharms.

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