Your question: How do I take care of my waist beads?

How do I maintain my waist beads?

Over time any gold or metal components on the waist beads will become less shinny.

Handle with Care:

  1. Be mindful to remove waist beads before bathing.
  2. Do not handle with greasy, perfumed, or soiled hands.
  3. Store in individual jewelry box, cotton cloth, or tissue wrap.

Are you supposed to take waist beads off?

Traditional tie waist beads are semi-permanent and can be worn while bathing, swimming, sleeping, etc. Clasp waist beads are made with a metal clasp so they can be taken off. They should be taken off while bathing or swimming to protect the gold plating.

Do you wear waist beads all the time?

You can wear your waist beads all day, everyday. They may dull after time from showering, if that happens just polish them with a cloth. If you do want to take them off from time to time you’ll want to tie them loosely from the beginning and then just pull them up and off like a shirt.

What does the Bible say about waist beads?

There are no verses in the Bible or Quran that speaks against wearing of African beads. Even if there is, African waist beads are fashionable and our forebears wore them with a great sense of dignity.

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What color are fertility waist beads?

Embrace the symbolism of fertility with these waist beads made of shades of green glass seed beads with metallic clasps.

Why do my waist beads keep breaking?

Your waist bead is totally breakable either because you’re eating too or maybe while moving too fast, you don’t get to notice your beads attached to something and it rips it off your waist. This is totally normal. You just need to take note of what you were doing before it happened.