Did Santa bring you some fabulous horse jewelry? Nothing can take your breath away like fine diamond horse jewelry, gold horse jewelry, or silver horse jewelry! Charm bracelets are one of the hottest trends this holiday season. Perhaps Santa brought you a few equestrian horse charms to add to your collection.
To keep your horse jewelry looking great, you need to take care of it. Here’s a few tips to keep your horse jewelry collection looking great:
Keep an Eye on Your Jewelry!
We like to look at our horse jewelry because it’s beautiful. However, every now and then, you want to make a point of inspecting your horse jewelry. Before you put a piece on, look it over closely. Look for loose stones, clasps that don’t work properly, any kinks in the chain, or flaws. Having minor issues repaired can prevent you from having a favorite piece damaged or worse, lost entirely!
Awareness is also key in your jewelry’s security. This is especially true when you travel; keep an eye on your horse jewelry collection. Make use of hotel safes; it may seem like overkill, but once a piece is gone, it’s gone forever most of the time. Economic pressures are driving people to desperate measures. You want to remove temptation from the equation by keeping your horse jewelry collection safely out of sight except when you’re wearing it.
Last On, First Off
When you’re getting ready for an evening out, make a point of putting your jewelry on last. There are a couple of reasons to do this. First, you’re reducing your jewelry’s exposure to perfume and hair spray. Both are great, but both contain chemical elements that can be bad for your fine horse jewelry. By the same token, you want to take your jewelry off before you soak in the tub or step into a steamy shower. This will keep your gold horse jewelry from losing its shine and luster.