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The most important consideration is your partner’s personal style and taste. Does she like statement pieces like large hoops or more subtle delicate earrings like studs or drop earrings. A good general rule to keep in mind is that earrings will frame and flatter the face, so it’s important to find ones that best accentuate your facial features. If earrings are too small, they won’t be seen, conversely, if they are too large, they can dominate the attention away from the face.
Consider which metal type she prefers – is it white, yellow or perhaps rose gold – choosing her favorite metal type makes the earrings personal and special. Platinum is a heavier metal, so if you are choosing a substantial pair of earrings, you may want to select from our 14kt or 18kt precious metal choices.
The stone selection is largely based on occasion or personal preference. Does she prefer diamonds, gemstones or both? If she loves a pop of color, you can select her birthstone or even a gemstone color that would complement her eye shade and skin tone. If you are selecting large diamonds for either a stud or drop pair of earrings, the higher the grade of diamond, the more sparkle you will get. Anjolee offers three high diamond qualities to ensure any pair you select will be luminous and sparkly.
In order to determine how to clean your earrings depends on the metal they are made of and the type of stone the earrings are set with. The best and safest way to clean earrings is to use either a specialized jewelry cleaning solution for the metal type of the earrings or a solution of warm water and mild, detergent free soap with a gentle bristled brush. Afterwards, you can wipe them with a microfiber cloth.
The 3 main types of earrings are studs, drops, and hoops. Studs are fairly minimalist. This type of earring has a single post attached directly to its back. The simplicity of studs is what make them so popular and versatile. The designer diamond studs at Anjolee can easily be dressed up or down to suit any occasion. While stud earrings are affixed directly to the earlobe, drop earrings hang below the ear. Drop earrings are often seen in bridal jewelry collections and look particularly flattering when worn with styled hairdos. The ornamentation and gemstones featured on drop earrings are typically more extravagant than studs. Another type of dangly earring is the hoop. Hoop earrings can range from petite to quite large. The hoop earrings at Anjolee are also encrusted in diamonds for added sparkle.
Earring backs vary almost as widely as earring styles; each has its unique qualities. The standard earring back for studs is called the friction back. Also known as the push back or post back, the friction back slides onto the back of the earring post. An offshoot of the friction back is the butterfly earring back. True to its name, this earring back has two tiny loops that resemble butterfly wings through which the post slides and fastens into place. Yet another iteration of the friction earring back is the bullet back, named for its bullet-like shape. Then there are screw backs. Earrings with a screw back have a threaded post that the earring back twists onto. The final earring back type within the friction back category is the la pousette back. Rarer than its counterparts, the la pousette back has two little tabs that must be squeezed together in order to pass through the earring post. The earring backs that are typically seen on hoops are called latch backs, which operate a lot like the latch of a gate. Earring backs that look like the Greek letter Ω are called omega earring backs. Finally, there are the earring backs for drop or dangle earrings. Earring backs within this category include the leverback, which opens and closes using a hinged lever located at the base of the earring, and fishhooks or shepherd hooks. As the name suggests, fishhook earring backs look like small fishing hooks and generally extend beyond the lobe so as not to require an additional securing component.
It depends on the earring. Weighty earrings require more support, so a leverback or an omega back is the ideal choice. Dainty studs or drop earrings are typically very secure with a regular friction back, but if the earring is larger or heavier a screw back is the better option. For most hoops, a simple latch back should suffice.
Earrings that are made from hypoallergenic or non-reactive metals such as platinum are best for sensitive ears. Higher karat gold is also a great alternative. Either 14K or 18K gold should be safe to wear. Avoid earrings made from reactive metals like cobalt and nickel.
Unless your piercings are fresh, it is suggested that regular earring wearers take them out from time to time. Your ears are likely to get irritated otherwise. The safest earrings to sleep in are studs and huggies, which are tiny hoops that literally hug the earlobe. These types of earrings are less likely to snag on fabric or hair.
Ear piercings generally range between 16G and 20G. Piercers often use the same needle size for their piercings, so if you are unsure, the best way to confirm your earring size is to ask your piercer. To determine what size huggies will fit your ear, use a millimeter ruler to measure the length between the piercing to the base of the earlobe and then add an extra millimeter. Most huggies or tiny hoop earrings are between 8mm and 12mm.
To keep earrings from drooping or falling out, consider wearing an earring stabilizer in addition to the earring back. An earring stabilizer is a small wafer or disc that is sandwiched between the earring back and the earlobe.
Studs are best for newly pierced ears, but ensure the metal is nickel-free. Suggested precious metals for sensitive or newly pierced ears include gold (14K or higher), platinum, and surgical steel. Hoops are also good for newly pierced ears.
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