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January 29, 2007

Earring Stabilizers — Take a load off your lobes


They ain't heavy — they're you're earrings.

Who couldn't use a bit more stability?

From the website:

    Earring Stabilizers

    Slip these lightweight plastic discs on pierced earring posts to hold them secure and level on your ears, keeping you comfy and stylish.

    Great for heavier earrings that need support — 1/2" diameter discs hold them stable so backs won't dig, pinch, or droop.


Set of 12.

$2.99 (earrings not included).

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I've been known to use a button to "stabilize" those wonky earrings...not quite as classy, but what the hey - who's going to look *behind* my ears? Because that would be a little strange, no?

Posted by: Laurie | Jan 29, 2007 10:10:41 PM

You can find these and other earring enhancing from the company that actually invented the first clear plastic "stabilizing" disc in 1983 called "Le Disc"!

Earring Doctor stabilizers are now available with a gold tone or silver tone backing attached. Called "Le Disc Plus", these all in one discs are now available in Sterling Silver from www.EarringDoctor.com

Posted by: Ira Carlin | Jan 29, 2007 2:16:36 PM

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