debuted Gems for GEMS, an exclusive hair accessories line by jewelry designer Erickson Beamon for charity on Tuesday.

The bejeweled items benefit GEMS or Girls Educational and Mentoring Services, an organization devoted to helping victims of human trafficking. 100 percent of the proceeds from sales go to the charity. 

Including four limited designs, Beamon's hair pieces range in style and price. The Tropical Punch Butterfly for $130 is a multi-colored piece in the shape of a butterfly. Joining that piece is the $115 Tropical Punch, an abstract, wing-shaped clip with bright jewels and rhinestone accents. Rounding out the collection is Twister Sister, a spiked slide with clear and dark gems for $60 and Deca-dance, a $130 cluster of clear and dark gems with dangling chains. believes the four designs complement a variety of hair styles and trends this holiday season such as the side swept texture

"I love, the sensibility, the style; I love anything beautiful, and is in the business of helping women look pretty!" said founder of Erickson Beamon, Karen Erickson. "[Our brand] is honored to create a collection of jewelry for the hair - pretty, whimsical pieces to add glamour and joy to every day dressing. The added bonus, for me, is that and Erickson Beamon can now help women look beautiful by supporting the incredible charity GEMS."

Rachel Lloyd, GEMS' founder and CEO, is happy that jewelry can bring people together for a good cause. "GEMS couldn't be more honored to be part of this project," said Rachel. "Our partnership with Erickson Beamon and will not only help provide much needed support for girls and young women exiting the commercial sex industry, it is also certain to generate awareness about commercial sexual exploitation and domestic sex trafficking of our girls and young women."

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