Necklace chains can be untangled by using a straight pin and gently separating the knots or it can be untangled by using baby oil or mineral oil. For baby oil and mineral oil, try to add 3 to 7 drops to the chain and then use the pin to untangle.Know More
Necklace tangling can be avoided by the way that the necklace or long bracelet is stored. It is recommended that the necklace be stored in a way that will keep it from tangling such as dropping it through a straw, wrapping it around an empty thread spool or hanging it on a nail. There are also many beauty accessory storage drawers, boxes, trays and other items that can be purchase for this purpose as well.
Necklaces come in many different chain, metal types and lengths. Necklaces are typically measured in lengths of 15 inches or shorter, 16 to 17 inches, 18 to 19 inches, 20 to 22 inches, 24 to 25 inches and 30 inches or longer. They come in many metal types from sterling silver to gold, gold filled and sterling silver with gold-plating. Shoppers can also found necklaces made out of bronze, copper, stainless steel and base metal. The chain styles vary by cable, cable wire, cord, curb, neck ring, rope, snake, link, bead, omega, box, charm, foxtail, mesh, neck wire, wheat and figure eight.Learn more about Jewelry & Watches
Tangled hair can be untangled with the help of a wide tooth comb, conditioner or a hair serum that softens the tangles. Tangles can be removed from dry or wet hair.Full Answer >
An eternity necklace, sometimes called an infinity necklace, is meant to symbolize eternity, everlasting love and empowerment. An eternity necklace contains a lemniscate, a symbol which looks like the number 8 on its side.Full Answer >
A Triforce necklace is a necklace made in the image of the Triforce symbol from "The Legend of Zelda" video games. The Triforce symbol stands for the Golden Goddesses who originally created the kingdom of Hyrule where the Zelda games take place.Full Answer >
Some of the signs that a necklace is real gold is if it does not float or does not stick to a magnet. Owners can check the markings on a necklace or take it to a jeweler for testing to determine if it is real gold.Full Answer >