The Bindi is a red dot that is worn on the forehead between the eyes in India. It has become a fashion accessory for the Indian woman, more than a traditional item. They are self-adhesive. Motif choice
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The Indian Bindi, also called Tilak, is worn by Indian women on the forehead between the eyebrows. This place is considered sacred and symbolic. Married Hindu women traditionally wear a red Bindi, but nowadays, the Bindi is worn by women of different religions and cultures.
The Bindi has become a jewel and a decorative fashion item and is not restricted in color or shape. Now, Bindis are self-adhesive or stickers, made of felt or thin metal. They are very simple to use, disposable, of multiple colors, designs, materials and sizes. Some Bindis are decorated with sequins, glass beads or rhinestones and vary according to fashion trends in India.