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Why are earrings the most important piece of jewelry? By important I mean the part that will make their appearance. As with all jewelry that mixes with the general look fabulous. I do not want people to comment in his first big jewelry and then you. Its general shape is what has to be attractive, then, after the comments of how fabulous you look, you may notice your cool jewelry.

Earrings are what frames your face, if the color and style are fair, they will be like two spotlights to add a glow to your face, so it is brighter and more alive. In a pendant set with a decoration on the front the place which covers the hole drilled receives the reflected light from the right point. Pending a shepherd's hook, usually from a lower point and if they are a heavy slope also shows the strength in the lobe, these are more suitable for casual wear. Some, especially older women are likely to have a much younger if they do not use this kind at all. There is nothing attractive about a sagging earlobe.

As for the Oscars 2007 in the carpet red earrings used almost all were decorated from the front of the entrance, very few pastors have been outstanding hook. Most outstanding at the Oscars were quite elaborate, but not much. Some, like Nicole Kidman only had small nails.

Little has changed in the past two years. Here are some examples of the Emmy Awards 2009 – from some groups that voted the ten best-dressed.

Olivia Wilde – yet drop of 1.5 inches with a jewel in the drilling and at the end of the drop.

Rose Byrne – style flower-shaped button

Kate Walsh – A ring for small

Kristin Chenoweth-stud earrings

Mila Kunis – Stud on drilling with a large spider drop

Heidi Klum large-button piercing and a long shoulder duster.

Julia Louis-Dreyfus – Stud on drilling with a spider fall short

Christina Applegate – stud earrings

Tina Fey – Stud on body piercing with a drop of 1 inch and round gem in the bottom

January Jones – Small stud with a drop of 1 inch and a largest gem in the final round.

From the above examples, none of these well-dressed women exposed holes drilled. One can conclude from this that, especially for formal wear, do not expose the holes in the lobes.

The history of earrings seems to date from the earliest of times. The examples are in countries of old were mostly a variation of the rim, a style that remains popular today. In Cyprus, from the middle of the 2nd millennium BC, the outstanding popular were painted Terracotta stylized form of naked women. Earlobes were pierced 2 or 3 times and large terracotta hoops suspended from them.

Ancient Egyptian jewelry was an important part of the costume, worn by men, women and children. Jewelry was also used to decorate the statues. Earrings ring, were found in different styles. Earlobe piercing was evident and earlobes were often very elongated and distorted by the use of very heavy earrings from infancy.

Since 4 pending final century BC are increasingly sophisticated in design. The earrings often had suspended pendants and chains. Filigree, granulation, leaf, rosettes and doves were used to decorate the boat or lower half of the hoop.

During the Middle Ages and the Renaissance was a rainy day for earrings, because of the high-necked fashion a headdress that often covered the ears. It took centuries until around the 1530s to the yet to emerge again as the hair and hair styles changed. The new earrings in the form of plain gold hoops with a pearl drop. It was not until the 17th century began the earrings to make a true return, again often contained pearls.

A mid 17th century earrings were an essential and became more complex and interesting. They used ruby, pearls, emeralds and enamel in floral motifs.

18th and 19th centuries saw some beautiful and elaborate designs, often using semi-precious stones. Also diamonds and pearls and jewelry techniques very difficult.

In the early 20th century around 1910 to 1930 Art Deco style was popular. About this time ear piercing began to think of as barbaric, and clamping earrings in the earlobe with a screw adjustment became popular.

1947 saw the new Dior's feminine image. This laid the foundation for outstanding design to get both, a new and creative ways.

1970s saw pending design to be more extensive and varied. The ever popular hoops were back in demand, many of these rings were adorned with precious stones.

Then in ear piercing began in late 1970 to be popular again. This trend has continued until today, when almost all women, a large number of men and children have their earlobes pierced.

Today's styles are very different from asparagus to shoulder dusters. The very elaborate and expensive economically. Fortunately, economic earrings can look almost as good as some of the most expensive ones. This is partly due to technology and quality of gemstones man which can be very beautiful. For example, cubic zirconia is made of minerals and resembles the far more expensive diamonds. Cubic zirconia is not as hard as a diamond, but can be cut and faceted in the same design as a diamond can cut. They can be colored to resemble ruby, emerald, sapphire or stone. The choice is yours, try all styles and see what the best for you. Enjoy your earrings and look fabulous.

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Kathleen has a love for the beauty and design of jewelry. Especially gems with their inner glow and how the different cuts enhance them. She has a special interest in the non precious gems which her family mines. Her website is full of jewelry information with a quiz on each page to test and enhance your jewelry knowledge – http://www.luvitjewelry.com.

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