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Trendy jewelry from category of drop earrings and name of Adajio by Sienna Sky Waves Aqua Blue Purple Oval Earrings 7317. This jewelry has top style and acceptable price (25.72, 'USD') which is proportional to its quality.
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Earring jewelry is attached to the ear through a piercing in the earlobe or other external part of the ear. Earrings are worn by both sexes, although it is more common in women, and different civilizations at different times were used. Locations other than the earlobe piercings include Rook, Tagus and helix over (see image on right). The simple term “ear piercing” usually refers to the earlobe piercing, whereas piercings in the upper part of the outer ear are often referred to as “cartilage piercings.” Cartilage piercings are more complex to perform than earlobe piercings and take longer to heal. Earring components may be any number of materials, including metal, plastic, glass, gemstones, beads, wood, bone and other materials. Designs range from small loops and studs to large plates and dangling items. The size is ultimately limited by the physical capacity of the earlobe to hold the earring without tearing. However, heavy earrings can be worn over a long time leads to stretching the earlobe and piercing. History Ear piercing is one of the oldest known forms of body modification, artistic and written references from cultures around the world dating back to early history. Early evidence of earrings worn by men can be seen in the archaeological evidence from Persepolis in ancient Persia. On the carved images of the soldiers of the Persian Empire, they are shown in some surviving walls of the palace, to show them wear earrings. Howard Carter writes in his description of the tomb of Tutankhamen, which are perforated earlobes Pharaoh, but no earrings were inside the wrappers, although the tomb containing something. Ears funeral mask have been perforated, as well, but the holes were covered with gold golden discs. This means that at the time when they were earrings worn exclusively in Egypt by children, as in Egypt times Howard. Other early evidence earring-wearing is evident from the Biblical record. In Exodus 32: 1-4, it is written that while Moses was up on Mount Sinai, the Israelites demanded that Aaron to God for them. Stated that they had ordered the earrings their sons and daughters, with him so that he could, in accordance with his request. Earrings became fashionable among the courtiers and gentlemen in the 1590s during the English Renaissance. Document published in 1577 by the priest William Harrison Description England, he states: “Some lusty courtiers and gentlemen of courage to do nor to wear gold rings stones or pearls in my ears.” Among the sailors, was pierced earlobe symbol wore sailed around the world, whether it crossed the line. Moreover, it is generally found that the gold earringgold earring worn by sailors pay for proper burial in the case, in order to drown in a sea. To be their bodies washed up on shore, it was hoped that the earring served as payment for the “proper Christian burial.” In the light of this term, the practice arose and Christianity can be traced back as far as ancient Greece, where the gold paid Ferryman, Charon, to ensure passage across the river Styx into Had. Practice wearing earrings was a tradition Ainu men and women, but the Government of Meiji Japan banned the Ainu men to wear earrings in the late 19th century. Earrings were more common among nomadic Turkish tribes. In the late 1950s and early 1960s, the practice re-emerged as a big commercial market did not exist, most ear piercings done at home. Teenage girls have been known to have an ear piercing parties, where the implemented process, to each other. At the same time, Manhattan jewelry stores were some of the earliest commercial, non-medical locations for getting an ear piercing. In the late 1960s, ear piercing began to make progress among men through the hippie and gay community, although they were popular among sailors for decades. But Gay and Straight away side earring is just a misunderstanding in Western culture. In the early 1970s, ear piercing is more common in women, thereby creating a wider market for the proceedings. Supermarkets across the country to have ear piercing events by earring manufacturers sponsors. At these events, the nurse or other trained person who performs the procedure, either pushing sharp and sterilized starter earring through the earlobe by hand or by using ear-piercing instrument modified from the design physicians used. In the late 1970s, amateur piercings, sometimes with safety pins and / or multiple piercings, it has become popular in punk rock groups. Do 1980, the trend for male popular music performers to have pierced ears helped establish a fashion trend for men. It was with a lot of professional athletes subsequently adopted. British men started piercing in both ears in 1980; George Michael of Wham It was an important example. Heavily jeweled Mr. T was an early example of the American slave wearing earrings in both ears, although this trend did not become popular in the mainstream of American men by the year 1990. As of 2015, it is very common that men have both ears pierced, and it is becoming more acceptable to teenage and preteen boys to have both ears pierced as well. More piercings in one or both ears for the first time appeared in mainstream America in 1970. Initially it was a trend for women to wear a second set of earrings in the earlobes, or for men to double puncher single earlobe. Asymmetric styles with more and more piercings became popular, eventually leading to the trend of cartilage piercing. Double ear piercing in newborn babies is a phenomenon in Central America, especially in Costa Rica. A variety of specialized cartilage piercings have become popular. These include the Tagus piercing, antitragus piercing, Rook piercing, industrial piercing, helix piercing, orbital piercing, Dith piercing and conch piercing. In addition, earlobe stretching, while common in indigenous cultures for thousands of years, began to appear in Western society since 1990, but now it's a fairly common phenomenon. However, this form of ear piercing is still rare in comparison with the standard ear piercing. ReligiousIn India, almost all Hindu girls and some boys get their ears pierced in a religious ceremony, known as Kharnavedha before they are about 5 years old. Infants may get their ears pierced a few days after birth. Similar customs are carried out in other Asian countries, including Nepal, Sri Lanka and Laos, although traditionally most men wait until their ears pierced until they reach young adulthood. Types of earrings The modern standard pierced earrings Stud earrings - The main feature of stud earrings is the appearance of floating on the ear or earlobe without a visible (from the front) point of connection. Studs are always built at the end of the city, which penetrates straight through the ear. The post is held in place by a removable friction back or clutch. Occasionally, plug earring designed so that the thread that allows the screw back to securely hold the earring in place. This is useful in preventing the loss of expensive earrings containing precious stones or precious metals. Hoop earrings - Hoop earrings circular or semi-circular in design, and looks very much like a ring. Often they are made of metal tube, with a thin bonding wire pierces the ear. The tube is permanently attached to the wire on the front of the ear, and to slide in the tube on the back side. The entire unit is held together by tension between wire and pipe. Other hoop designs not completed the circle, but penetrate through the ear in place, using the same attachment techniques that apply to stud earrings. In this design earring is made of a continuous piece of solid metal, which penetrates through the ear and can be rotated almost 360. One of the objectives is permanently attached to a piece of metal tubing or hollow metal ridge. The other end is inserted into a tube or a ridge, and is held in place by tension. One special type of ring earring is a sleeper earring, circular wire usually made of gold, with a diameter of about an inch. Hinged thresholds that have been common in the United Kingdom in 1960 and 1970 comprise two semi-circular gold wire connected through a small hinge at one end and attached by means of a small clip to another to form a continuous ring, the attachment mechanism is effectively invisible to the naked eye. Because of their small size makes them unobtrusive and comfortable, and because they are usually otherwise unadorned, the thresholds are so-called because they were intended to be worn at night to keep the pierced ear closing, and were often the first choice for earrings set immediately after ear piercing in the decades before the ear-piercing pistols using wedges become commonplace, but they are often fashionable choice in itself because of its appealing simplicity and because they are subtly drawn attention to the fact that the ear pierced. We saw earrings - saw earrings are designed to run from the bottom of the earlobes, and are available in various lengths from a centimeter or two, all the way to brushing shoulders. They are generally tied to the ear with the use of thin wires that go through the earlobe and connect to themselves in a small hook at the back side. Modification French hook design, which merely hangs from the earlobe without closure, although small plastic holders sometimes used to the ends of French hooks. Rarely seen the earrings use the design according to the annex. Huggy earrings - Huggies are a popular style of earring where the setting actually “hugs” your earlobe. These can come in various shapes and sizes, from the heart to the rectangles. Many custom jewelers that Huggy earrings due to the many varieties of settings that can be used to produce a good template for your craft. Most of the time, the stones are channel set in huggy earrings. Slave earrings - slave earring is also called “Bajoran earring”, which became very popular after it appeared on Star Trek. Ear Thread - Do Earthreader, Ear String, Threader, chain, which is slim enough to slip into the hole in the ear, and come back out, dangles. Sometimes people add beads or other materials on the chain so that the chain dangles with beads below the ear. Ear Spikes - a type of plastic rods 1 mm in diameter and 1.5 cm long, it is the piercing of the ears. It does not fall out, because it is slightly larger than the puncture. It is very popular among teens and preteen girls in Hong Kong, as most schools do not even allow the stud earrings. Body piercing jewelry used as earrings Body piercing jewelry is often used for ear piercings, and is selected for various reasons, including the availability of larger gauges, better piercing techniques, and disdain for mainstream jewelry. TVU captivity leg rings - Captive bead rings, often abbreviated CBRs and sometimes called ball closure rings are style body piercing jewelery, which is almost 360 rings with a small gap for insertion through the ear. The difference is closed with small feet, which is held in place by tension ring. Larger gauge ball closure rings show considerable tension, and may require melodies expanding pliers for insertion and removal of the leg. Barbells - barbells are made up of thin, flat metal bars with a bed permanently attached at one end. The other end of the thread, either outside or to take advantage of the internal thread, and the other leg is screwed by barbell inserted through the ear. Because even on the outer threaded barbells tend to irritate the piercing, the internal thread become the most common variety. Circular Barbells - Circular Barbells are similar to ball closure rings, except that they have a larger gap, and be permanently attached to the legs at one end and a threaded foot to the other, such as barbells. This makes it a lot easier to insert and remove than the closure of his rings, but at the loss of continuity of appearance. Plugs - Earplugs are short cylindricals pieces of jewelry. Some plugs are flared ends to be held in place, while others require a small elastic rubber ring, which keeps them from falling out. These are commonly used in large thin piercings. Flesh tunnels - Flesh tunnels, also known as eyelets or bullet holes are similar plugs; However, the hollow in the middle. Flesh tunnels are most commonly used in larger gauge piercings either because weight is a concern for the user or for aesthetic reasons. Gauges and other measuring systems For an explanation of how the earring size indicated, see the size of the jewelry article body. Clip-on and other non-pierced earrings There are several varieties that are not pierced earrings. Clip-on earrings - Clip-on earrings have existed longer than any other variety of non pierced earrings. The recording itself is a two-part piece attached to the back of the earring. Both pieces closed around the earlobe, using mechanical pressure to have an earring in place. Magnetic earrings - Magnetic earrings simulate the appearance (pierced) stud earring by attaching to the earlobe with a magnetic back having an earring in place on the magnetic force. Stick-on earrings - Stick-on earrings are adhesive-backed items which stick to the skin earlobe and simulate the appearance (pierced) stud earring. They are considered a novelty item. Spring hoop earrings - Spring rings are virtually indistinguishable from standard hoop earrings and remain in force by means of springs. The alternative, which is widely used, the bending wire or even just using the ring part of the CBR to be placed on the earlobe, which remains at a pinch hook earrings - big hook as a fish hook that is large enough to hook and hanging over the entire ear and dangles. Hoop - A hoop threads over the ear and hangs just inside the ear, above where ears pierced. Mobiles or other dangles hanging on the ring to create a variety of styles. Ear screws - screwed to the temporal lobe, allowing precise adjustment-alternative for those who find the images too. Ear cuffs - wrap around the outer cartilage and may be confined to a lobe piercing. Where most earrings worn in the Western world, designed to be easily removed to be changed at will, earrings can also be permanent. They were once used as a sign of slavery or ownership. They arise today in the form of larger gauge rings, which are difficult or impossible for a person to remove without the aid. Occasionally, rings, earrings permanently installed using solder, although this presents some risk due to toxicity of metals used in soldering and the risk of burns from heat involved. In addition to the permanent buildings, blocking occasionally earrings worn by people of both sexes, because of their personal symbolism or erotic value. Ear piercing Pierced ears are earlobes or cartilage of the outer ear, who had one or more holes created in them to wear earrings. Holes can be permanent or temporary. The holes become permanent when the fistula created scars, which forms around the initial earring. Piercing techniques Various techniques are used to pierce the ears of methods using household items to medically sterile methods using specialized equipment “do it yourself”. Home lengthy method involves the use of ice as a local anesthetic, a sewing needle as a puncture instrument, a burning match and rubbing alcohol to disinfect and semi-soft object such as potato, cork or rubber eraser, as a push flow. Thread can be pulled through the piercing and bound, as a tool for keeping the piercing open during the healing process. Alternatively, a gold stud or wire earring directly inserted into a fresh piercing as the initial retaining device. Home methods are often dangerous and risky because of questions of improper sterilization or placement. Another method for piercing ears, first made popular in 1960, was the use of harsh spring earrings known as self-piercers, coaches or threshold that is gradually pushed through the earlobe. However, it could slip out of its initial position placement, which often cause more discomfort and often would not go all the way through the earlobe without having to use additional pressure. This method has fallen into is no longer applicable due to the popularity of faster and more successful piercing techniques. Ear piercing instruments, sometimes called ear piercing guns were originally developed for use by doctors, but the changes has been available in retail settings. Today more and more people in the western world have their ears pierced with an ear piercing instrument or specialty jewelry stores, or at home using disposable instruments for ear piercing. Earlobe piercing performed with an ear piercing instrument is often described as feeling similar to being pinched, or hit by a rubber band. Piercing with this method, especially for cartilage piercings, many experts and doctors breakthrough is not recommended as it can cause blunt force trauma to the skin, and lasts a lot longer to heal than the needle piercing. In addition that the vast majority of ear-piercing instruments made from plastic, which means that it can never be a truly sterilized using an autoclave, increasing the possibility of contamination exponentially. In the case of cartilage piercing, you can do with the instrument broke cartilage ear piercing ear and lead to serious complications. The alternative, which grows in practice, the use of hollow piercing needle, as is done in body piercing. Punch disinfect earlobe with alcohol and gives the seal on the wedge with a pen. This gives an opportunity for the customer to verify the correct position or not. After piercer uses a clip with a flat bottom and holes in the end have earlobes, with a dot in the middle of the hole. This device will support the skin during the process of piercing. Cork can be placed on the earlobe to prevent movement of the needle after piercing procedure and protection of the needle tip for large parties. Then, a punch positioned hollow needle perpendicular to the skin surface to check the position of the needle to pierce the desired location and at a right angle. Piercing process consists of pushing the needle through the earlobe until it comes out on the other side. The party must remain still during the entire process. Then, pliers deterred. After that, the piercer puts the jewel in the hollow needle and push the needle through until the jewel enters the wedge. Then, the needle is removed and installed correctly. The jewel is attached to a wedge and punch again disinfected lobe. In tribal cultures and among some neo-primitive enthusiasts body piercing, piercing is made using other tools, such as animal or plant organic. Piercing professionals recommend wearing earrings in the newly pierced ears at least 6 months, and sometimes even the whole year. Cartilage piercing is usually more time healing than earlobe piercing, sometimes 2-3 times as long. After treatment, the earlobe piercings shrinks to smaller gauges on the prolonged absence of earrings, and in most cases will be completely gone. Health risks with conventional earlobe piercing are common but are usually minor, especially if they follow proper technique and hygiene procedures. One study showed that up to 35% of people with pierced ears, one or more complications, including a minor infection , allergic reaction, keloids , and traumatic tearing. Pierced ears are an important risk factor for contact allergy to nickel in jewelry. Earlobe tears, during the period of wound healing or after the treatment is completed, can be reduced so as not to wear earrings, primarily on the basis of the wire saw earrings, among the activities that are likely to become stuck, as while playing sport. It also increased the width of jewelry will reduce the likelihood earring torn out. The cartilage piercing, the top force for piercing instrument traumatize the ear cartilage, and therefore stands treatment. Even because it is significantly less blood flow to the ear cartilage than in the earlobe, infection is much more serious problem. There have been several documented cases of severe infections of the upper ear following piercing with ear piercing instrument, which required courses of antibiotics to clear up. There are many ways that the infection can occur: The most common way is when a person who has pierced decide to prematurely from the piercing. According to the AMA, the correct waiting time for a change or take a piercing with a significantly lower risk of infection would be three weeks. For all ear piercings, use of sterilized hollow piercing needle aims to reduce tissue trauma and reduces the potential for infection of a bacterial infection in the process. As with any invasive procedure, there is always the risk of infection with blood borne pathogens such as hepatitis and HIV. However, modern techniques of cutting, that this risk is very low (where the risk is greater than the punch pierced due to the potential splash back of the blood). There has never been a documented case of HIV transmission due to ear / body piercing or tattooing, although there have been cases of hepatitis B virus is transmitted through these practices. The negative effects of wearing earrings in the light of research. The most common complications associated with wearing earrings, are:InflammationKeloidsloss of tissue tearing mechanical division earlobes. There was noticed the relationship between piercing earlobes and adolescent development allergies. Po next to Professor Ewa Czarnobilski's, the main cause of allergies, the presence of nickel, as that is part of the alloys used for the production of earrings - and the ingredients are declared by the manufacturer would not be important because nickel is a standard part of jewelry. Symptoms of allergies are seen as eczema. This symptom is often justified, that food allergy, while reason is the contact Earring with the lymphatic system. It is interesting that the termination of wearing earrings with a child does not cause the disappearance of symptoms of allergy. The immune system remembers the presence of nickel ions that existed in someone's blood and lymph.