Celebrities has been seen wearing evil eye jewelry in pop culture media these days. Kim Kardashian has been photographed on numerous occasions sporting bracelets and headpieces featuring the symbol, while fashion model Gigi Hadid jumped on the trend in late 2017.
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Naturally, this has sparked a fashion craze that finds modern-day, style conscious women looking for all new ways to combine fashion forwardness with today's increasingly strong focus on maintaining a rich spiritual life.
It's also a way to make a powerful fashion statement these days.
When it comes to warding off the mystic malevolent forces of the world, there is perhaps no charm more recognized or renowned than the ‘evil eye’.
To understand the origins of the evil eye, one must first understand the distinction between the amulet and the evil eye itself. Though often dubbed as ‘the evil eye’, the ocular amulet is actually the charm meant to ward off the true evil eye: a curse transmitted through a malicious glare, usually one inspired by envy. Though the amulet – often referred to as a 'nazar' – has existed in various permutations for thousands of years, the curse which it repels is far older and more difficult to trace.
As a protective barrier, Evil eye jewelry was created to stare back at the eyes of harm. Traditionally, evil eye bracelet or evil eye necklace brings happiness, love, success, and wealth to their keepers. Evil eye for children: Parents put evil eye beads or evil eye baby pin charms on their newborns in order to preserve their children's potentials and success. The eye inspires growth, strength, and good health.
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