Friday, May 26, 2017

Diamonds are a girl's best friend

They say diamonds are a girl's best friend, but that is probably as true for any other forms of jewellery. Each and every girl or woman is beautiful in her own special way and jewellery can complement that beauty.

Jewellery should be taken care of similar to how a girl would pamper herself. And if a girl wants to indulge herself with jewellery that's in style, she deserves it. After all, when jewellery is styled well, it can add oomph to any outfit and make a girl look radiant and full of confidence.

CARE TIPS
Safely store your gold jewellery in a velvet box or in satin cloth. Make sure to store pieces separately as this will prevent them from becoming tangled, scratched or damaged. Avoid contact with anything that has chlorine as that can significantly damage your gold.

Don't worry if your gold jewellery becomes darker or more copper in colour in certain areas. This can happen from moisture. Take it in for professional cleaning as it can be removed.

Do not keep polki in velvet jeweller boxes if you want the shine to remain intact, instead, store it in-between sheets of butter paper inside a plastic airtight box. This will keep your polki shining bright, and if your polki/kundan set looks worn out, take it in for professional cleaning.

Take care of your single-piece diamond jewellery at home by washing them gently with a soft brush and toothpaste to remove makeup or dirt. For all other diamond jewellery it is best to have them professionally cleaned once a year.

Don't wear jewellery while working. Protect it from contact with tough surfaces to prevent physical damage. Harsh temperatures, perfumes, cosmetics and household chemicals are harmful for your jewellery and contact with these substances should be avoided. Ensure your jewellery is the last thing you put on before stepping out of the house.

If any stones or parts of your jewellery have come loose or become damaged, you can get it replaced or repaired professionally.

COLOUR AND STYLE
Emeralds are very much in vogue right now. They complement warm tones, including yellow, oranges and reds. Alternatively, channel your inner peacock; pair your emeralds with sapphire because blue and green make a fabulous combination.

Gold is timeless, and will always add a touch of pizzazz to your outfit. By mixing rose, yellow or white gold, you can revamp classic gold jewellery and give it a modern twist. These metals work very well together, and wearing two toned jewellery is a big trend right now.

http://www.thedailystar.net/lifestyle/tips/essential-guide-bridal-jewellery-165676

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