Do keep it simple: If you're planning to wear hair jewellery during the day I'd suggest something more delicate and less glitzy. Go for light metallics with simple chains and keep the rest of your accessories to a minimum.
Don't get out your wedding jewels: A simple tika or head piece looks really glamorous during the evening but whatever you do, DO NOT pile it on so much that you end up looking like you're off to get married. Leave the 'jhoomar' at home please!
Do turn it into a headband: The easiest, most effective way of wearing an Indian-inspired head piece is to wear it as a hairband. Simply wrap a bejewelled necklace or bracelet around the base of your ponytail or across your head.
Don't forget to match it to your outfit: An elaborate gold tika adorned with red jewels looks lovely with a sari - not a blazer. Don't take the whole east-meets-west fashion trend too literally - it's about using pieces that are inspired by Asian jewels rather than your actual head piece from Kyles!
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I hope these tips have been useful? Up until now I've been kinda scared of wearing hair jewellery because it IS hard to pull off, but I love the look so much that I've started testing it out. I'll post some pics of myself wearing them when I get a chance! Would love to know how everyone else styles theirs too!