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I've been seeing those stick-on crystals at drugstores. Do you think they're cheesy or cool?

For a girls night out or one-time theme party, it might be fun to try them out. But be forewarned: Going out to dinner or drinks and having a rhinestone sticker fall into your soup or vodka and tonic is a risk you run. I recall wearing them as earrings when I was younger and didn't have pierced ears. And by younger, I mean six years old. In fact, they do skew kind of childish: If you remember wearing them the first time around, in other words, it may be best to leave this revival to the other girls. And by girls, I mean six-year-olds.

Bahar Niramwalla is a celebrity makeup artist. Have a beauty question? E-mail style@globeandmail.com.

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