Maya Rudolph wearing Karine Sultan Gold Hoop Earrings

Actress Maya Rudolph wearing Karine Sultan gold hoop earrings and Karine Sultan bracelets to the 15th Annual Costume Designers Guild Awards with presenting sponsor Lacoste at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on February 19, 2013 in Beverly Hills, California.

The actress of a runaway hit both commercially and critically “Bridesmaids” look chic in Karine Sultan Gold Earrings.

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Karine Sultan Earrings Galore!

These earrings are from our previous collection. Feast your eyes on the loveliest of earrings in the Karine Sultan Earrings Collection. They come delightfully shaped in gold, silver, rose gold, or with pearl or crystals. Some look like pagan beauties- bold and daring, others are luxuriously elegant, while others seem so delicate and fanciful.

Whatever your style is, we have the earrings that will be perfect for you.

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Karine Sultan Fabulous Earrings

Fabulous Earrings – “An Earful on Earrings from Karine Sultan”

Earrings are must jewelry for every woman. This type of jewelry is the only jewelry most worn by many women (even men) day or night, in any season, and for whatever occasion.

To showcase the versatility of this jewelry, Karine Sultan is presenting its Fabulous Earrings Selection. In matte gold, silver, or rose gold, these earrings are of different shapes to complement any face type and the sizes vary for wear ability option. Also, the addition of pearl or crystals lend these timeless elegance while a touch of enamel give a trendy look.

Browse the Karine Sultan Earrings Selection and find something new to bring out the best in your face, hairstyle, and clothes. Or experiment with a new look!

Be your own fashion stylist. Go and indulge yourself!

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Karine Sultan Various Earrings


Earrings are hot!
Though earrings have always been women’s favorite basic jewelry (and now even of men), this season, earrings are having a heyday. The symmetry of the designs may vary: teardrop, dewdrop, hoop, stud, petal-like, threaded or dangling; but all are beautiful. The material used and the embellishments make them truly gorgeous. Take these Karine Sultan classic collection oval hoop earrings (E54060.10) worn by Molly Sims in ICON Magazine’s Summer 2013 Issue (a publication that covers the latest trends in apparel, fashion accessories, and beauty). See the Karine Sultan 2014 Spring Collection earrings, and choose from the simple to a more ornate design. Enjoy new Karine Sultan earrings this season.
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An earring is a piece of jewellery attached to the ear via a piercing in the earlobe or another external part of the ear (except in the case of clip earrings, which clip onto the lobe).

Types of Earrings:

Stud earrings – The main characteristic of stud earrings is the appearance of floating on the ear or earlobe without a visible (from the front) point of connection. Studs are invariably constructed on the end of a post, which penetrates straight through the ear. The post is held in place by a removable friction back or clutch. Occasionally, the stud earring is constructed so that the post is threaded, allowing a screw back to securely hold the earring in place. This is useful in preventing the loss of expensive earrings containing precious stones or made of precious metals.

Hoop earrings – hoop earrings are circular or semi-circular in design, and look very similar to a ring. They are often constructed of metal tubing, with a thin wire attachment penetrating the ear. The hollow tubing is permanently attached to the wire at the front of the ear, and slips into the tube at the back. The entire device is held together by tension between the wire and the tube. Other hoop designs do not complete the circle, but penetrate through the ear in a post, using the same attachment techniques that apply to stud earrings. A variation is the continuous hoop earring. In this design, the earring is constructed of a continuous piece of solid metal, which penetrates through the ear and can be rotated almost 360°. One of the ends is permanently attached to a small piece of metallic tubing or a hollow metallic bead. The other end is inserted into the tubing or bead, and is held in place by tension. One special type of hoop earring is the sleeper earring. This is a very small continuous piece of (typically) gold wire which essentially hugs the base of the earlobe with the ends connecting in the back. Because their small size makes them comfortable, sleepers are sometimes worn at night to keep an ear piercing from closing.

Dangle earrings – Dangle earrings are designed to flow from the bottoms of the earlobes, and are available in various lengths from a centimeter or two, all the way to brushing the shoulders. They are generally attached to the ear by the use of thin wires, which go through the earlobe and connect to themselves in a small hook at the back. A variation is the French hook design, which merely hangs from the earlobe without closure, although small plastic retainers are sometimes used on ends of French hooks. Rarely, dangle earrings use the post attachment design.

Huggy earrings – Huggies are a popular style of earring where the setting actually ‘hugs’ your earlobe. These can come in different shapes and sizes, from hearts to rectangles. Many custom jewelers make huggy earrings because of the many varieties of setting that can be used to make a good template for their craft.[citation needed] Most times, stones are channel set in huggy earrings.

Slave earrings – The slave earring is also called a “Bajoran earring”, which became highly popular after it appeared on Star Trek.

Ear Thread – Or Earthreader, Ear String, Threader, a chain that is thin enough to slip into the ear hole, and come back out, dangles. Sometimes, people add beads or other materials on to the chain, so the chain dangles with beads below the ear.

Ear Spikes – A type of plastic stick 1 mm in diameter and 1.5 cm long that goes into the ear piercing. It does not fall out because it is slightly bigger than the piercing. It is quite popular amongst teenage and preteen girls in Hong Kong, as most schools do not even allow stud earrings.

Karine Sultan Earrings

Karine Sultan Earrings

Karine Sultan Fashion Earrings for Every Day Women

Earrings have been a popular jewelry for centuries and it has been use to accentuate the face or it could reflect one’s status in the society.

Earrings, like no other accessory, are able to underline the beauty of the woman’s face and attract attention to its stronger points. However, the wrong choice of earrings can bring to nothing all your efforts to look attractive.

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Karine Sultan Earrings

Ball: Earrings that are ball-shaped. Sizes and composition vary.

Bar: Rectangular, stationary earrings that may or may not drop below the earlobes (i.e. do not move like dangle earrings). Length varies

Button: Earrings that do not dangle are sometimes referred to as button earrings. Some button earrings are actually shaped like buttons. Earrings vary in size and composition.

Chandelier: An earring with a dangle that suspends (and looks somewhat) like a chandelier.

Clip-on: Not for pierced ears, these earrings are attached to the earlobe by means of a hinged clip on the back of the earring.

Cluster: Cluster earrings are decorative earrings composed of gemstones and/or beads, glass, and metal, grouped together in a cluster.

Creole or Shrimp: An oval-to-round hoop earring broader at the bottom than at the top, popular since the 1850’s

Dangle or Drop: Earrings that fall below the earlobe
Ear Pin (also Ear Trim): A curved ear-jewelry piece with a wire clip on its back that can be worn on both pierced and non-pierced ears. For pierced ears, the back wire is inserted through the pierced ear lobe and the piece is rotated up to rest in the helix of the ear, with the wire clip behind the ear holding the pin against the ear. For non-pierced ears, the back wire slides onto the back of the earlobe, holding the pin against the ear, though in this case the pin could easily be lost.
Earring Jacket: Scroll down past “Earring Closures” for explanation.

Hinged: Earrings that spread apart at an actual hinge and snap into place with a snap closure–see How to Fix/Adjust a Hinged Earring if you need help. (see also “Hinged Snap Back” under “Earring Closures” below).

Hoop: Metal tube earrings formed in the shape of a circle–charms may be hung from the hoop. Half-Hoops are C-shaped, half-circle hoop earrings.
Hooplet or Earring Charm: A small charm-like decoration with a small loop or central hole, allowing it to hang from a hoop earring.

Huggie: An earring (usually hinged) for a pierced ear in which the setting closely “hugs” the earlobe, hiding the earring post. Note that the wearer’s earlobe size will limit how small the diameter of the huggie earring can be in order to enable it to fit around the earlobe.

J-Hoop: Hoop earring in which the hoop is elongated into a “J” shape rather than a circular shape.

Post or Stud: Simple earring design for a pierced ear usually consisting of a single stone or metal shape which is held to the earlobe by a single wire post fitting through the piercing and secured with a push-on clip at the back of the earlobe. These are popular as Diamond Stud and Pearl Stud Earrings.

Threaders: A long, thin metal (gold or other metal) chain “threads” through the pierced earlobe, holding the earring in place. Threader earrings are generally very long dangle earrings, sometimes with several strands, that are held in place by threaders.

Earring Closures: Earrings are attached to the earlobe in various methods. Listed below are some of the more common ones.

Continuous Hoop: For hoop earrings. The earring post slides into the hoop end, which is hollow, for a seamless appearance.

French Wire: A curved wire resembling a fish hook passes through the pierced earlobe and holds the earring in place. It is primarily used with dangle earrings.

Hinged Snap back: Hinged earrings that spread open at the hinge. A curved post on the inside of the earring top snaps into a latch to secure the earring–see How to Fix/Adjust a Hinged Earring if you need help.

Lever back: This style earring has a hook that goes through the pierced earlobe and is held in place by a hinged lever that is attached to the back of the earring.

Omega Back: A hinged, “O” shaped lever on the back of the earring, near the bottom, which closes over the post to hold the earring in place.

Post or Stud, Push-Back Clips: The single wire that juts out the back of an earring is the post or stud. The post goes through the pierced earlobe and is held in place by a separate push-on clip that slides onto the post–these clips are called push-backs, push-back clips, friction-backs or tension-backs.

Snap Post: A curved or straight post on the back of the earring snaps into a “v” shaped latch to secure the earring to the earlobe.

Threaders: A long, thin metal (sterling or gold) chain “threads” through the pierced earlobe, holding the earring in place. Threader earrings are generally very long dangle earrings, sometimes with several strands, that are held in place by threaders.