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How do you wear Hip-Hop Jewellery?

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You must have seen musical celebrities wearing flashy and garish adornments. Especially hip-hop stars and rappers like to wear these accessories and take pride in them. This type of jewelry is termed hip-hop jewelry, following the wearers' genre. Common people also like to follow this trend, taking inspiration from renowned stars who wear such jewelry. However, people are sometimes confused regarding how to style themselves efficiently in this kind of jewelry. They feel apprehensive about overdoing the accessories or looking too loud. Therefore, in this post, we have covered all the essential facts you must know about this category of...

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Can you tell a moissanite from a diamond?

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Moissanite is a form of silicon carbide that is relatively rare in nature. This material has hardness graded 9.5 on the Mohs scale – a rating that is very close to that of diamond, which is a 10 on the same scale. In addition, moissanite looks very similar to diamond and is often used as its imitation. Since naturally occurring moissanite is very rare, most of it is produced synthetically. Can you tell a Moissanite from a diamond with the naked eye? No! Moissanite and diamond are indistinguishable from each other to the naked eye. We are able to create...

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How moissanite is created ?

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Charles & Colvard is the original creator of moissanite, the world’s most brilliant gem with a brilliance refractive index at 2.65-2.69 and a fire dispersion of 0.104.Forever One moissanite is a lab-created gem, meaning it’s both ethically and responsibly sourced. Have you ever wondered how this beautiful gemstone is manufactured? If you want to know more, keep on reading. How does Charles & Colvard create moissanite? To begin the moissanite production process, Charles & Colvard receives single silicon carbide crystals from Cree. The crystals are precision cut into small pieces called preforms, as shown in (Step 1). The preforms are then...

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