Anti-Droop Earring Lifts - Stainless Steel (Set of 4 Pairs)

By Levears

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These earring lifts keep heavy studs and other sparklers upright and secure. They offer added support at the back of your ear and are a great solution for stretched out holes. Just swap out your standard post backs to prop up your favorite pair.

  • Materials: Nickel-free stainless steel
  • Includes 4 complete pairs of earring lifts (left & right)
  • For post-back earrings only
  • Works with most post back earrings (post must be less than 1/16" in diameter)
  • Comes with a left and a right lift to conform to the correct ear
  • Please note: Earrings not included
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: 0.49" x 0.4" x 0.19"
  • Weight: 0.02 lb.

26 Reviews (3.8 out of 5 Grommets)

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Work great!


Was on the fence about buying these but really glad I did!


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This product works for me! I love it!


Works very well


These are for sale on Etsy, but are flimsy. These are more sturdy and work very well, keeping larger earrings in place without drooping.


Solved the problem!


These lifts work....thank goodness someone invented these!!!! Thank you....all of my handmade ear rings now stay up for all to see!


Problem solved


Some have complained that the openings were to small and the backs of their earrings therefore were bent. This happened to me once too. I discovered why. Sometimes the sticky stuff which keeps the Levears in place on the card is too thick and blocks the openings. Test openings first with straight pin or needle to be sure your earring back can enter easily.More > < Less

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About Levears

Instant Lift

Levears are earring lifts that replace standard post earring backs and offer added support at the back of your ears to lift—and keep—your earrings upright and comfortably secure.

With over 30 years experience in the retail jewelry business, Maker Robin Levinson knows a lot about earrings—and how to make them look their best. She saw her customers struggle to get their earrings to sit in just the right spot on their ears. For some, a stretched out hole was the problem. For others, the earrings were just too heavy and uncomfortable. When she couldn't find a solution, she decided to make her own.