The myth of the evil eye is predicated on the fact that others could be envious of your life. So the idea that too much fortune, frame, or praise can bring lots of attention to yourself (and thus, many eyes) means that you're more likely to catch the gaze of someone knowingly (or unknowingly) giving you the evil eye.
Handcrafted with glass & resin evil eye beads, and silver spacers, these Evil Eye Earring varieties have a drop of 4cm.
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The evil eye, known as “mati” (μάτι) in Greek culture, is a curse thought to be given by a malicious glare that can cause bad luck or loss. You may have heard someone giving you the "evil eye" from across the room - and many people around the world believe this to be more then just a saying.
If you wear the evil eye figure in talismans, symbols and jewelry, you're supposedly shielding yourself from greater doom. Wearing the evil eye as a protective ward is known to reflect the power of evil glares back to the caster. It can even nullify the curse and all the bad intentions casted on you.