How do I know what size waist beads to get?

Are waist beads one size fit all?

Women of all sizes and shapes can comfortably wear waist beads to adorn their body. There are even adjustable waist beads available if you don’t want the beads to fit differently based on your weight or changes like bloating.

Are waist beads supposed to be tight?

Make sure they are not too tight, so that they do not break when you bend or sit (or after you eat too much). I personally have worn the same set of waist beads for up to 5 years without taking them off.

How do I stop my waist beads from pinching?

Spacing Between the Beads: When waist beads are tied, make sure there is no empty spaces between the beads before securing the string. If there is space, the beads move around on the string and catch your skin or body hair causing a pinch. So PLEASE make sure to eliminate empty bead spacing.

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.

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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.

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.

What do the different color waist beads mean?

Blue: knowledge, healing, peace, truth, harmony — a cooling color symbolizing faith, devotion, deep insight. Green: prosperity, hope, harmony, healing and ripening, encouraging the wearer to love nature and be generous, humble and self-controlled. Red: self-confidence, vitality, sexual energy, passion, courage.

How do I know what size my beads are?

Beads are most commonly measured with a ruler or a caliper in millimeters (mm). To determine the size of the bead using a caliper, slide open the caliper against the bead, closing the tips to meet the size of the bead which will show an accurate measurement of the bead!