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Re: Hair Jewelry
Posted by Elan4Dance
8/26/2014  3:41:00 AM
I make my own dance jewelry and hair accessories, and I sell them for a low cost!! Since they are all Swarovski with the highest quality it can seem pricey, but i can assure you that they will last better than ones purchased elsewhere.
Personally for me I do not like GemTac because is dries slowly and it does not cure all the way most of the time so it remains stick and can affect your jewelry after a while.
If you wanted more information send me a message and I can give you a link to my etsy and ebay stores :)
Re: Hair Jewelry
Posted by Meesha
10/1/2014  10:34:00 AM
Could you please tell me the name of your ebay store. Thanks.
Re: Hair Jewelry
Posted by waltzquilt
10/14/2014  9:54:00 PM
Here's a link to a tutorial on how to make the jewelry that was very helpful. http://ballroomchick.com/2013/04/01/make-your-own-ballroom-dancing-jewelry/
Re: Hair Jewelry
Posted by jenn
8/3/2015  12:05:00 PM
Hi! Thank you so much for the information, I have made my own jewelry, using gem tack glue, but the jewelry becomes sticky after and bends. How can I make it look and feel like jelly, like danceshopper does?
Thank you so much!
Re: Hair Jewelry
Posted by ssuweng
6/25/2016  9:39:00 PM
Do you still sell hair jewelry, and if so, what is your etsy site?
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