Have you worn a pair of opalite glass plugs yet? If you’re looking for a beautiful glass to add to your plug collection you’ve found it. It’s a super popular glass that seems the perfect fit for modern mermaids as it’s often also called sea opal glass.
Just check out our range for some opalite inspiration!
Which Style Fits You Best?
Figure out what kind of style you’re going to be wearing depending on which oplaite design you opt for. Available in solid plugs, single flare plugs, tunnles / eyelets, ear weights, and teardrop plugs
The thing about opalite is that commonly it starts out milky white – like an opal stone - but glows green, blue or even pink when faced with darker backgrounds. We’re one of the few stores that you can find pink opalite plugs!
All Around Sizes
With just about every size available, we have you covered when it comes to size and style. Sizes starting at 8G, 6G, 4G, 2G, 0G, 00G, 7/16", 1/2", 9/16", 5/8", 3/4", 7/8", 1 inch, 28mm, 32mm, 35mm, 38mm, 41mm, 44mm, 47mm, 50mm. All sold in piars (2 pieces) starting at $12.
Opalite Ear Weights for the Tribal Style
For a heavier take of the look check out our ear weights. The stone look of opalite makes it work with traditional ear weight styles, but all the while give off an eerie modern look. These are not meant to worn for an every day look, but rather for a fancy day / night out.
Or even try an opalite taper on for size!
It’s easy to say that opalite is a piercing material that is growing in popularity. It might even be the trendiest body jewelry in 2017. It’s no wonder why, when it fits into so many styles – tribal, mermaid, even antique depending on the finish – and as it’s a glass it is so versatile in its lifespan as a piece of body jewelry (but you’ll hear more about that soon on the blog!).
In the meantime, let me know what you think about opalite. Is it going to be your favourite material for 2017? How do you wear opalite jewelry? Or do you think it’s overrated? Tell me everything in the comments below!