PRINCESS DI­ARIES

Ev­ery girl de­serves to feel like a princess on one of the most im­por­tant days of her life

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Ev­ery girl de­serves to feel like a princess on one of the most im­por­tant days of her life

If you have ever donned a plas­tic tiara when you were younger, dressed in one of your pret­ti­est frilled dresses and imag­ined you were a princess for a day, you are not alone. Many women have had sim­i­lar fan­tasies be­cause ev­ery woman wants to feel as beau­ti­ful as a princess es­pe­cially on an im­por­tant day like her wed­ding.

For­tu­nately if you ad­mire the beauty of tiaras and the way it makes you feel when all eyes are drawn to you, your wed­ding day is the one day where you de­serve to feel and look like a princess. Hence, a tiara is ab­so­lutely nec­es­sary. Not only will it en­hance your hairdo, it will also cre­ate a re­gal fem­i­nine look that will leave the groom speech­less the mo­ment he lays his eyes on you.

Tiaras, also known as di­adems, are marks of dis­tinc­tion and style of­ten worn by women of royalty and for spe­cial events such as pageants, proms, and wed­dings. The ori­gins of the tiara are sym­bolic and can be traced back to an­cient Egyp­tian times when pharaohs wore a triple crown demon­strat­ing the unity of their cul­ture. In an­cient Greece, a di­a­dem was orig­i­nally a white rib­bon bound around the head.

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