HOW DO I WEAR MY EAR CUFF?
Start by placing the top curve of the ear cuff onto the top backside of your ear. Then pull the bottom half down following your natural ear curve and make sure the end of the tail sticks out a bit. This helps secure the ear cuff to your ear lobe. See video here.
HOW DO I ADJUST MY EAR CUFF TO SIZE?
Our ear cuff fits most people but if it is a little loose or tight, we suggest adjusting by gently bending the metal on the two ends. To size the ear cuff down or up, very gently contract or expand the lower end and or the upper end of the ear cuff until you reach your desired size. Make sure to bend the metal only on the surface where your fingers have a firm grip and only bend small sections at a time. Start out very gently and add more pressure if necessary. We recommend doing this only once to fit you. We do not recommend adjusting the ear cuff multiple times to fit others.
HOW DO I CLEAN AND CARE FOR MY JEWELRY?
Gold-plated To prolong your gold plated jewelry’s life, avoid chemicals, oils and makeup. Always apply makeup first, and with clean hands, put on your jewelry last. Remove your jewelry before doing any chores that involve using chemical cleaners. Avoid chlorine or salt water with your jewelry on. Wipe jewelry down or clean it frequently to get rid of body oils and sweat as they can also impact plating. Use a mild liquid soap or a professional cleaning solution with lukewarm water. Avoid harsh chemicals or abrasive cleaners to keep gold plating from wearing down and flaking off. It’s best to wear your jewelry by itself to avoid it rubbing against other objects.
Gold Fill a bowl with 2 cups warm water and several drops of mild dish washing detergent or white vinegar. Soak your 14k or 18k gold jewelry in the solution with a soft baby toothbrush or a cotton swab to remove any dirt embedded in it, and then return it to the solution to rinse. Remove and wipe gently with a soft cloth and let dry completely.
Sterling Silver Line the bottom of a dish or bowl with aluminum foil. Bring water to a roaring boil and pour into the dish or bowl, filling it. Add 1 tablespoon of baking soda per cup of water. The solution may bubble and froth a bit. Place the piece of silver jewelry in the dish, making sure it’s touching the aluminum foil. This is essential for the chemical reaction to occur. Pour the baking soda solution and water into dish. Let sit for two to 10 minutes, depending on the level of tarnish. Allow to air-dry.
WILL YOU OFFER MORE SIZES?
For the time being, we are only offering one size. After extensive testing, we find this size to fit most. The good news is the metals we use have yielding capabilities so we suggest adjusting the metal to fit you. As we grow, we will look into offering more sizes.