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dawn collection. by Geisha Pearl

dawn collection. by Geisha Pearl

The dawn collection is the essence of beauty and elegance. These one-of-a-kind, handmade hair accessories are the perfect addition to any look, casual or formal. A dangling freshwater pearl is incorporated into every hair accessory, hence the “pearl” in Geisha Pearl. {shop now}

Every piece is has been given a geisha name and a description of its meaning. Learn their names and meanings below:

kikya orchid. kikya is the name of the very first female geisha.

"kikya orchid." Kikya is the name of the very first female geisha.

"mamakichi peony." Mamakichi is a geisha name meaning faithful & good luck.

"mamakichi peony." Mamakichi is a geisha name meaning faithful & good luck.

"masami hydrangea." Masami is a geisha name meaning gracious & beautiful.

"masami hydrangea." Masami is a geisha name meaning gracious & beautiful.

"ohisa anemone." Ohisa is a geisha name meaning honorable & enduring.

"ohisa anemone." Ohisa is a geisha name meaning honorable & enduring.

"satoka peony." Satoka is a geisha name meaning wise flower.

"satoka peony." Satoka is a geisha name meaning wise flower.

My favorite one is the pink hydrangea called “masami hydrangea.” I love wearing it with my hair half pulled back with a couple of bobby pins.

Lauren Conrad with braid around hairline.

Lauren Conrad with braid around hairline.

I also love the little white peony flower, also known as the “satoka peony”, with the large glass bead in the center. The white and gold colors go great with any outfit. My new thing is braiding a thick braid around my face at the hairline like Lauren Conrad to the right. I just stick in the “satoka peony” hair accessory and secure with a little bobby pin for extra hold. Done! Super simple and super easy!

Check them out at www.geishapearl.com/dawn-collection.html

Enjoy!

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