Head Jewelry

Indian Fashion Sheesh Phools, also known as hair jewelry or hair pins, refer to a type of accessory worn in the hair to enhance traditional Indian hairstyles. Sheesh Phools are often made of metal and are decorated with precious or semi-precious stones, beads, and pearls.

Indian Fashion Sheesh Phools can be categorized into different types based on their design, such as Jhoomar, Mathapatti, Maang Tikka, and Passa. Jhoomar is a side headpiece that is often worn on one side of the head and is decorated with pearls and stones. Mathapatti is a forehead accessory that consists of a central pendant that hangs on the forehead and is attached to chains that run along the sides of the head. Maang Tikka is a small pendant that hangs from the hairline and rests on the forehead, and is often decorated with precious stones and pearls. Passa is a type of hairpin that hangs on one side of the head and is often adorned with elaborate designs and embellishments.

Indian Fashion Sheesh Phools are an essential part of traditional Indian bridal wear and are often worn by brides on their wedding day. They are also worn by women on other special occasions such as festivals and religious ceremonies. The design and style of Sheesh Phools often depend on the occasion and the outfit they are being paired with. They can be used to add a touch of elegance and beauty to traditional Indian hairstyles.