Meow Star 14K Gold Plated Bar & Tassel Chain Earrings
Last updated date: July 11, 2022
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In our analysis, the Meow Star Meow Star 14K Gold Plated Bar & Tassel Chain Earrings placed 6th when we looked at the top 7 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
From The Manufacturer
This threader earrings made of 925 sterling silver, 14k gold plated. Quality simple bar dangle earrings. Comfortable and affordable to wear. Bar earrings length are 1cm and the chain length are 3cm long. Inspiration: Minimalist bar earrings with chain earrings, the dainty dangle earrings is minimalist and delicate for daily wear.
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An Overview On Chain Earrings
Is there a piece of jewelry that can do more for your face than a good set of earrings? We think not. These little bits of bling on your lobes can make a big impression, and chain earrings can create a look you can base a whole outfit around — if you’ve got the right face for them.
Chain earrings come in many different lengths and styles, but the basic look is long and thin. They can also be known as drop earrings or dangles, but they generally consist of a chain hanging down from the setting. There may be a decorative piece in the stud or just the chain itself, but they function as a kind of “tinsel” for your face. As such, they can do wonders for fuller, more rounded faces. But really, a subtle set can work for just about anyone.
Again, there are so many different styles of chain earring that it’s impossible to cover them all here. Trying new ones on is half the fun, and you should do plenty of that before you settle on a type. Chain earrings generally work best for more formal occasions, but you’ll want to think about practicality too. Are you wearing fuzzy sweaters? Does your long, curly hair tend to crowd your ears? Then you might want to avoid earrings that hang down to your shoulders, chain or otherwise.
Allergies are another factor to consider. Hopefully you won’t have to worry about the metal that goes into your jewelry, but as many as 17% of women have a nickel allergy that can cause a rash or other reaction on the skin. Your earrings don’t have to be fully nickel-plated to cause this reaction, either (not that many are). Even an alloy comprised partly of nickel may set you off. Cobalt is another metal that can affect sensitive skin.
If you do have any kind of metal allergy, sterling silver should still be OK. It’s not completely silver, but the other alloys that go into it (7.5%) are usually harmless. If you find that you still have some sensitivity, you may want to seek out surgical stainless steel earrings which have the added bonus of being resistant to corrosion. If your earrings are still giving you a rash, titanium or niobium ones can be found for a steeper price. Before you spend the extra money, though, it might be best to consult an allergist who can help pinpoint exactly what metals might be giving you trouble.
Finally, you may want to give a thought to how those earrings go in — and how well they stay on. Unlike stud earrings, you generally won’t want to wear your chains to bed. Look for those with a safety lock closure that you can manipulate easily, or a “lever back” system that you can simply squeeze and pop off.
The Chain Earring Buying Guide
The more you love your earrings, the less you’ll want to take them off. But the less you take them off, the dirtier they’ll get. Even the shiniest metals won’t keep that shine forever, and periodic cleaning is a must.
You might dread doing that with chain earrings, but there’s usually no need to get out a tiny scrub brush. Most of the time, simply soaking your earrings in hot water will do the trick. If you’ve really let the oil and dirt build up, you might try filling that cleaning bowl with hydrogen peroxide or just a mixture of water and dish soap. Let them soak overnight, and resist the temptation to get at the dirt with anything abrasive. Most chain earrings have tiny links, and they’re all too easy to break or tangle.
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