Thursday, 15 November 2012

Cutey: Gorgeous, Yet Cute Jewelry!


I'm a girly girl that loves anything that sparkles. Clothing, purses, shoes, make-up, and of course jewelry... I gotta have it! If I see something that's pretty and sparkles, my face lights up like a Christmas tree, and I gotta try it on. My husband hates it, but it makes it easy when it comes to finding something to buy me as a gift. So when I came across a company called Cutey, I couldn't help myself... I was glued to their website! They're a jewelry store that offer girly stuff at affordable prices. Yes, plenty of sparkle and bling that won't make me bankrupt!





What does Cutey offer? Lots of pretty items that would look great for any occasion. The types of jewelry they offer are bracelets: charm bracelets as well as Shamballa style bracelets. You may be asking yourself, what are Shamaballa style bracelets?


Shamballa Bracelets (also spelled Shambhala or Shambala) are among the newest and hottest trends around.  The bracelets can be worn by both men and women. These stylish crystal bracelets are inspired by Nialaya and the ancient philosophies of Budhism, yoga, meditations and is believed to play an essential role in promoting your health and fitness.

Depending on the style, color, and shape, each bracelet has built in individual meanings. The origins of Shamballa Bracelets originated in Tibet. There are many ideas as to what Shamballa bracelets represent. Tibetan medical texts believed to have come from this kingdom of Shamballa, describing human anatomy and physiology, sophisticated theories and methods of diagnosis, and ways to prevent and cure serious diseases.

Rigden Takpa or Manjushríkírti, King of Shambhala
The Buddhist myth of Shambhala is an adaptation of the earlier Hindu myth of Kalki of Sambhala found in the Mahabharata and the Puranas. The Buddhist version may be a mythologization of an actual culture, whose geographical location can be found either in Central or Far Eastern Asia (China).

It’s thought that Shambhala could be the dharma chakra, situated in the heart of each and every single living being. It is a representation of the mind, affecting the trinity of mind, body and speech.

Each and every Shamballa bracelet has its basis on the macrame cord that is braided to continue to keep together the collection of beads that are made from semi-precious stones, gems and also precious metals, to make a very effective but basic display of the healing properties of our planet. In order to draw personal strength and also power from the globe, numerous Shamballa bracelets are manufactured out of a number of the most effective precious metals as well as gemstones.

I received two Shamballa bracelets for review: Multi Colourted Shamballa, and the Red and White Shamaballa bracelet. Both are so pretty, no picture truly does them justice. The jewels on the sparkle so much, that I'm in awe when I see them. These are so pretty, and would make excellent gifts for almost anyone on your list. The way they're designed, is that they should be able to fit all wrist sizes... so it's perfect for the young and old.





Interested in getting your own bracelet? Of course you are! Click here to visit and grab your items today! Interested in visiting their Facebook and Twitter pages? Of course you are... you never know when you could save and get a deal!


Keep an eye out starting this December, as Cutey is joining in my "12 Days of Christmas Giveaways 2012"! One lucky reader has a chance to win a bracelet of their choice! Be sure to swing by starting December 1st, as there will be new giveaways announced daily!

I received an item(s), in exchange for my honest opinion, and a review of my experience. I did not receive any other compensation or incentive nor was I required to write a positive review. Individual results or experiences may vary.

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