Best selling glow in the dark necklaces in 2020
Why do you need a fluorescent necklace?
The question should be : why wouldn’t you need a glow in the dark necklace ?
When you’re getting ready to go out for the night, it’s always the same dilemma : what to wear to make you stand out in the crowd ? You could go for a deeper top, a more daring make-up color, a different hair style…
Here’s a new thing for you : why not wear a glow in the dark necklace ? There are gold and silver necklaces on the market with the most intricate glowing pendants. You’ll be seen, that’s for sure. And it makes a great conversation starter.
If you’re looking for a party type glow in the dark necklace, you’ll also find really bright plastic tubular ones. Great fun and you can wear multiple necklaces at once to get a rainbow effect.
Garoff Collection Glow in the Dark necklace with Aqua Blue Heart Pendant, detailed reviewGlowing Pick
Frequently asked questions about fluorescent necklaces
These plastic necklaces are hollow. The tube is filled with non-toxic chemicals that undergo a slow reaction called chemi-luminescence. This reaction creates light, not heat. To start the reaction, you have to bend the tube. By doing so, a miniature glass vial is broken inside the tube, allowing two chemical solutions to mix and give off energy. These solutions are like fuel, and pass through a fluorescent dye, which is also present in the tube. The necklace glows until the “fuel” runs out.
It’s a bit more complicated to make complete glow in the dark necklaces like the plastic tubular ones, but it is quite easy to make a glow in the dark pendant yourself for your necklace. You will need clear epoxy resin, fluorescent dye and small beads or other miniature items to put inside your pendant. You can also use phosphorescent sand or powder. You’ll find numerous videos online that show you how to make the most beautiful glow in the dark pendants.
Moonglow jewelry features the picture of the moon from a given date. This moon image absorbs any light in order to charge it. It then glows gently in the dark, mimicking the moon in the sky.
Not to worry, nothing really bad will happen to you. The chemicals and the dye used inside the necklace tube are non-toxic. They might however cause a slight irritation to your skin and produce a stinging feeling. Just make sure not to get any dye in your mouth or eyes, because this could create a burning sensation.