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Which Nose Ring Suits You?

By Suparna Chakaraborthy

The nose rings trend is back and hit among the youngsters and is belived to be trendy. The nose ring trend has been typical of Indian tradition specially among married women but now as the trend has changed, nose rings are being used more for trendy wears. Nose accessories can bring about significant change in your looks and thus, one should make judicious decision on the type of nose ring one wear.

Which type of nose ring suits you? -

1.Segment Rings – The most common type of nose ring worn by the girls and women today is the segment rings. They are pain rings whih are worn on the right nostril. They are available in different colours and shapes like waves, thin and fat rings etc. These are usually made of titanium other materials used are acrylic, steel, gold and silver. Segent nose rings were being flunted by Sonakshi Sinha after her film, Dabaang'. These types of nose rings are for chissled face and sharp nose.

2.Beaded Rings – It is also called the captive bead rings and is widely used by the teens. This is one of the nose ring types which look traditional and thus, matched very well with the kurti fashion which is the recent fashion trend. The beads can be changed according to your dress, occasion and fashion. To support the beads, the ring is a little heavy and thus this nose ring type suits the long face type.

3.Half Beaded Rings – This type of nose ring is perfect for round face shape, as it makes the face look slim. These nose rings are half circle with screwed beads which can be changed according to requirement. It is a perfect choice for party wears.

These are the three types of nose rings which are in trend. Suit it with your face type and make a style statement. Recently even Bollywood beauties have been spotted flaunting nose rings. Kareena Kapoor, Preity Zinta, Sonakshi Sinha, Rani Mukherjee and many more.

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Story first published: Friday, May 13, 2011, 13:39 [IST]
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