by Raj Desai | 6/11/22
All products listed were in stock and priced as shown at the time this was written. Dulhan may be compensated for some of the following recommendations.
We endure some painful things in the name of beauty. Shoes so tight they leave us with pinched toes and blisters. Laser treatments and waxing sessions to leave us hairless in all the right places. Fillers, botox, microblading.
Not me, though. I’m very scared of pain, which is why I look like this:
But even I, the queen of chipped nail polish and uneven thinning eyebrows, wanted to look amazing for my wedding weekend. So naturally by the end of the weekend everything hurt.
New shoes left my feet red and angry. Whatever areas were spared from my shoes were cut up from the tulle lining of my lehenga. My eyes were dry and itchy from zero sleep and sensitive contacts. I expected all that. What I didn’t expect was the pain from my jewelry.
I knew my earrings were heavy, but I underestimated how painful it would be to wear them for a few hours at a time. It was so painful that throughout the night I kept asking my cousins, “Did my ears rip?!”
Of course, no one thought to tell me (and I didn’t think to research) that all my problems would have been solved with ear chains, also known as saharey or kaan chains. They’re a supportive accessory that not only look beautiful, but serve the important purpose of distributing the weight of your heavy earrings.
Choose from 2 styles – one wraps around your earlobe, the other clips into your hair – and countless designs. They’re affordable, stylish, and functional. Beauty without the pain—finally!
A delicate chain with just enough embellishments to add some sparkle to your look.
Detachable chains with colorful beads, shimmering stones, and pearls.
A simple, strong gold chain that’ll get the job done.
Brass ear chains that come with 1, 2, or 3 strands depending on the level of support you need.
A design that’s not too flashy, but has the right amount of pizzazz.
Link-style chains that are trendy, timeless, and look good with everything.
Antique polki and pearl ear chains to add a regal touch to your look.
Ear chains in a traditional color combination–red and green – to match traditional jewelry.
Gold plated kundan ear chains for the minimalists.
An impressive ear chain set boasting 7 pearled strands.
Cubic Zirconia embellished ear chains that twinkle in the light.
Content strategist and UX writer who’s been researching and writing about weddings for 5 years. Addicted to Netflix, dirty martinis, and naps.