History of Waist Beads, By Waisted Gems

Waist Beads are customarily adornment undergarments by African ladies, waist beads have a few distinct implications. The specialty of embellishing one's self has been drilled since the very beginning. These adornments also are known as Jel-Jelli, Jigeda, Giri-Giri, Djalay or Yomba started in West Africa and have been generally worn as decoration pieces for ladies.  They would wear their adornments with chimes on them, it would make a jingling commotion call for their partner's attention.  Often times they would plunge them in scented oil was/is a common procedure.  They're also worn by female girls entering womanhood as a privilege of entry.  

Generally, waist beads are secured from the open's eyes and are censured for one's life partner ;). Truly, waist adornments are to be worn with expectations and hold explicit vitality relying upon what they are crafted with. When you include Gemstones/Crystals to your waist beads they take on mending characteristics typically represent qualities such as trust, love, balance, and energy depending on the gemstones that are selected to make your waist beads.  Sometimes this is the motivation behind why the beads are made. Waist beads are normally worn around one's lower-middle torso and are kept covered up. 

In Ghana, ladies realized that midsection adornments helped structure their bodies into a specific shape and grown-up ladies wear beads to explicitly invigorate the male. Today ladies wear them as accessories to match their swimsuits and crop tops to enhance their style.