Do you know the fashion jewelry is the most essential aspect of women’s life. Fashion jewelry, also referred to as costume jewelry. It is a fun and inexpensive way to express style and personality. It’s low cost composition means that it is easy to get your money worth of use out of it and allows for a much greater variety of bolder, attention grabbing styles and colors that can be mixed and matched according to your wardrobe.
How To Care Of Fashion Jewellery And Its Importance
Although fashion jewelry doesn’t require much of an investment. It is still important to get the most bang for your buck by taking proper care of your costume jewelry by following a few simple steps:
- Never allow fashion jewelry to come in contact with oils, soaps, perfumes or any harsh chemicals which can fade or even ruin the item.
- Always remove jewelry before sports, swimming, exercising, washing hands, showering, cleaning, doing laundry, or applying lotions or creams.
- Never store jewelry wet. Always dry with a soft cloth before storing.
- When cleaning, be gentle! Use a soft toothbrush and jewelry cleaner that specifically states that it is safe for costume jewelry. Make sure it does not contain acid, alcohol, or ammonia. Only use jewelry cleaner as directed. DO NOT over scrub.
- Store jewelry in a plastic zip lock bag or soft jewelry pouch away from other objects and jewelry items to avoid scratching.
- Store fashion jewelry in a clean, dry, cool, not cold place away from heat and dust.
- Use a jewelry cloth for buffing.
- Regularly check for loose stones.
Well, fashion jewelry made by stones such as cubic zircon, crystals, rhinestone, glass, or epoxy are the most important component of most fashion jewelry. The most popular of which is cubic zirconia because of its physical characteristics. It is used to create simulated versions of precious gemstones such as diamonds, rubies, sapphires, and emeralds. Its sparkly appeal and inexpensive price tag allow for much larger, more glitzy fashion pieces that instantly attract attention. Colored glass can also be used to simulate precious stones and faux pearls. Rhinestone and crystal jewelry is also popular because of its glitzy appeal and color choices. Epoxy and acrylic are plastics that is often used to make inexpensive bead jewelry.