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Standard backs that come with lightweight stud earrings usually hold the earrings snugly against your earlobes just fine, but heavier earrings (like popular chandeliers) can tug and pull at your earlobe, creating discomfort. Convert-a-Cushion backs are similar to the stabilizers above, but they are thicker and are made to work with either typical post earrings or screw-back earrings. And, over time, those heavy earrings will drag the pierced area downwards, leaving what appears to be a small vertical slit where a round hole used to be.Stabilizing earring backs, often called clutches, hold earrings securely in place and disguise droopy earlobes. They won't help prevent or stabilize drooping lobes, but they will keep your earrings from slipping off.

If they don't, or if you misplace the backs, these oversize 14K gold replacements can help. The discs sit flush against the back of your earlobes, stabilizing the skin and minimizing stretch.
Use these stabilizers with post earrings and with wires -- just push the metal through the discs. The larger size provides more stability and the backs are made to safeguard your earrings.Another company, Janeliunas Jewelry, also sells earring backs that are designed to secure your fine jewelry.

Stabilizers aren't a perfect solution, but they do make a significant difference in earlobe comfort level and appearance.

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