The Mexican skull has its roots in the old Mexican tradition and is one of the central symbols of the memory of the dead.
One can say that the Dia de los Muertos (“Day of the Dead”) is one of the most important holidays in Mexico.
It is a happy and colorful festival, because on this day, according to popular belief, the deceased come from the afterlife and visit their best friends and families.
Accordingly, it is celebrated with a lot of joy, dance and of course sweet dishes. You can see adorned smiling skulls, which are mostly decorated with roses, diamonds or spider webs. The icing on sweet or chocolate symbolize (since you can melt) as well as the transience of life.
Celebrate your loved ones with these great hoops.
The Sugarskull earrings are made of high quality stainless steel and are sold in pairs. Stainless steel is corrosion-resistant. They can be worn through your normal lobes as well as through your tunnels. The pin is 1.0 mm thick and the hoops have the dimensions: 39.0 x 59.0 mm