What about wearing an amulet bangle bracelet that sports an evil eye or a hamsa?
These colorful bracelets are so attractive, why wouldn't you wear them?
That really should be the question, right?
You know that an evil eye watches over and protects you, keeping an "eye" on you wherever life leads you, right?
And a hamsa-- it's a five-fingered amulet that is in the shape of a hand. It ushers in goodness while pushing back evil. "Talk to the hand!"
In case you were curious as to which direction to wear the hand, up or down, you can choose when you place the cuff onto your arm. We've written an entire blog post on it, you can read about that here.
The ombre of the blues and purple are beautiful. Anything matches gold, but these colors really enhance its beauty.
How about this red one? The gold and the red also "pop" and are perfectly in tune with one another.
Just love it!
Oh, the gold on all of the bangles is all 14k gold plated over sterling silver. So, it's real jewelry. And, of course, lead and nickel free. Each bangle is handwoven with the colorful string, making these truly a one of a kind piece of artwork. No two are truly the same, to be honest.
The stones used are cubic zircon, so they won't' ever fade and become filmy. We use cz stones in many pieces of our jewelry, simply because of the lifetime value they provide.
The stunning combo of colors in this one above, with the watchful mal de ojo (Spanish for Evil Eye). Adore it!
So, how do you wear these?
Can I wear all year?
Only in the winter, or the summer?
See the opening above? Just slide that over your wrist-- NOT your hand.
Then squeeze to make a bit smaller, or open to make it larger.
Can't get any easier than that!
But, since these bangles are so easy to wear we do have to warn you that you might forget you have them on.
And, since they are woven with fabric, let's not get them wet.
Water is NOT this bracelet's friend.
However, seasons are.
This winter, don't be afraid of a pop of color to brighten up your dark clothing.
And this summer, when you're wearing bright and more cheerful colors, don't be afraid to toss on a few bangles to add even more colors.
Basically what we're saying is wear these hamsa hand and evil eye bangles arll year long.
Gift them to friends and family.
Birthdays, holidays, housewarming presents-- they are fabulous bangles.
Oh, one bad piece of news though.
We only have a limited supply of them.
So, here's that same photo again to show you how beautiful they look layered and stack up on your arm. If you have other bangles (like this model used), put them on your arm as well!
Make an arm party!
And just an fyi-- each image is clickable.
What is a hamsa hand amulet?
Most commonly, it is just known as a hamsa or spelled as chamsa, even khamsa.
There are many interpretations of these particular usages.
The hand is often depicted with an eye in the center of its open palm, presumably to ward off negative energies, including the gaze of envy.