Be it from Kashmir to Kanyakumari or from Arunachal to Kutch, India loves to flaunt it’s culture in accessories. And nose ring has a lot to contribute in enhancing the mesmerizing beauty of a woman. In fact, with regards to it’s origin in Middle East countries, it made an adorable place in most of the women’s heart during the Mughal reign in India and now we all know how it adds to the persona of a lady. It is often said that girls above 16 years as a custom, mostly observed in south India, pierce their nose as a tribute to Goddess Parvati. Talking of nose rings, it is needless to mention that Maharastrian too have grown love for this fashion accessory in the form of Cashew Nut shaped nath. We all love nose rings and I want to ask you if you too love nose rings? if your answer is yes then we bring you a list of 5 nose rings every fashionista would love to wear to elevate their fashion look
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The Nathni is a simple nose ring worn mostly by north Indians in nostril piercing. It is an effortless beauty designed for women looking for a casual but distinct look in a wedding. Maybe the bride’s confidence would make her look quaintrelle in it and catch many eyes at it. Brides look really elegant when they wear the Shikarpuri nose ring which is rich with its embedded gems. Most of them have nose bone lock.
The Latkan is a bridal wear which has an extension till the ear often made of gold. Best suits in high nostril piercing. It has hanging designs as the name suggests and imparts an elegant look to the face. It is trendy in north and east India. Gems like emerald and rubies make it look extremely traditional and like the Kundan nose ring, it has a magnificent look.
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It is the simple circular nose ring made of silver, gold or platinum. A single gem or a very simple design adds to it’s luster and makes it an all-time wear for the hippies. This can be worn in nostril piercing with amendment in the substance it is made of. May have L shape or nose corkscrew lock to hold on the nostrils. The Laung which is an extensive accessory for small nose also has the design of a clove head that is gorgeous in itself.
Be it Bullaq in north or Pallaku in south, the septum piercing nose ring is often worn by women to express a bold appeal and as it symbolises power. The meticulous rubies or pearl work and even sometimes abstract designs are mind-boggling. It is amazing how a tiny piece of crafted metal can make such a magnificent difference in one’s appearance.
5. The Fishtail: Nose Bone Ring
Well! Well! This nose ring seems to be designed especially for the piercing lovers. It has a small ball at the end of the piece that pierces through the nostril. It requires some amount of torque to pull it out. It is designed in a way that it has the iota of a design and a slender shape joining the end ball forming a bone-like appearance. This is also worn on septril piercing.
Accessories are a part of us, it beautifies us not only physically but also gives us a sense of authority and charm. Nose rings have always played a part of a tradition for married women and for many as a haute couture statement in fashion. If you want to manage your jewelry box with the trendy collection then the above elements are a must!