*Warning – Post contains naked boobs*
These are lovely brass coloured mini handcuffs linked. They’re very light weight, and don’t pull so could be worn for a longer time. They’re designed to be pretty but I think they would be great for beginners to nipple play because they can be as gentle or as ‘painful’ as you like, depending on how much you tighten them.
I was given a pair of beautiful purple sparkly weights. These are lovely and heavy, weighing in at 43gr each. The pull they give is kind of delicious. You do have to tighten the loops quite tightly to keep these in place, so not for the faint-hearted or those new to nipple play. If you like a bit more roughness in your nipple play you might enjoy these.
To put these on you get your nipple perky then put the loop over it and slide the bead to tighten it as much as you want. I love this idea because not everyone is the same size or likes the same amount of pressure and it is really easy to adjust the loop to your liking. I found it easiest to hold my nipple against the top bead with thumb and finger, and slide the bead up with my other hand.
If you’re not used to nipple clamps or having anything on your nipple, you should only have them tight for a few minutes as the pain when the blood comes back can be quite intense but because of the way they work it is easy to loosen them just a touch and keep the jewellery in place if you wish. I’ve found as I’ve worn them more, I like them tighter.
The Nippleicious team will be at Sexpo, and will be showcasing some of their gorgeous Christmas themed jewellery. I have a very cute pair of Snowmen, and will be looking for some more fun designs to add to my collection.
The gorgeous non-piercing, non-invasive nipple jewellery they make comes in a huge variety of colours, sizes, shapes, and styles. Some even include necklaces and hanging chains. For more photos of their gorgeous jewellery check out their Facebook Gallery, and if you’d like to purchase, which I totally recommend, you can visit their shop on Etsy.