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Permanent jewelry

What is Permanent Jewelry?

Permanent jewelry is going viral because of the experience that comes with the jewelry. People are grabbing their sisters, friends, mom, and loved ones to get matching permanent jewelry. Such as bracelet, anklet, necklace, or body chain, which takes about 15 mins from beginning to end. Fashion trends come and go but permanent jewelry is here to stay. Think of it as a modern-day friendship bracelet that lasts a lifetime. The process itself does not take long and is a fun experience that will keep memories alive forever.

As a concept, permanent jewelry is not a brand-new idea as it was used years ago by ancient Egyptians. Who buried their people with jewelry to ensure they would have these adornments for the afterlife. It was thought of as protection, a symbol of identity that goes across many cultures, stages of life, and even religions.

Losing our favorite jewelry can be annoying, it makes us sad and takes away that good memory. This usually happens because as we know the clasp is the weakest link in any piece of jewelry, and permanent jewelry fixes that problem. You won’t have to worry about losing your favorite pieces. As they are welded onto you and could not be easily taken off unless they are cut off. Permanent jewelry is dainty, classy, and simple. It is a timeless piece that would last forever without going out of fashion.

How does it work? Does it hurt?

The sound of having something welded on you might sound risky but not with permanent jewelry. This is a quick, and 100% painless process, and it is simple, but the toughest part is choosing the chain, because of how many different styles there are people tend to stack more than one. The process is as follows, you take a piece of chain, custom fitted to the customer’s neck, ankle, wrist, or even body that both sides are then welded together once it is custom fitted. The “Sizzle” or “zap” takes a couple of seconds, and it does not hurt at all.

One thing to remember, getting permanent jewelry requires an expert welder, so to get one, contact us as we are expert welders for permanent jewelry. This is not something anyone could do as it requires training.

Can I add Charms?

You can elevate your permanent jewelry by adding charms, crystals, and diamonds. The idea of having a charm bracelet that you always have on…just like your sister, brother, sorority sister, significant other, and family. It keeps people connected and they could cherish the memory forever with such pieces. Some people get different chains with the same charms, meanwhile, others like to match with those close to the.  

What metals do you use?

The metals being used in PurlyNude’s permanent jewelry are hypoallergenic, meaning it does not cause any allergic reactions and does not change color or turn the skin green. We only use hypoallergenic materials such as 14K gold14K gold filled, and 925 sterling silver. 14K gold-filled jewelry lasts a lifetime, for more than 20+ years without tarnishing. It is waterproof, sweat proof and could be worn 24/7 without any worries. Check out this Blog For more information about jewelry materials and guides.

Will it cause problems at the airport?

No, dainty permanent jewelry does not need to be taken off to get through security.

Will it affect any medical procedures?

Yes, if you are getting an MRI scan then you will need to remove your permanent jewelry. But do not worry, carefully cut it with scissors at the small ring that connects the two ends of the chain, to maintain the integrity of the chain and we will reconnect it for you. As support to our valued customers, it will be welded again for free if you show us proof that a medical procedure was done within the past 20 days. After 20 days we will charge you a minimal amount with proof of a medical procedure.

If you want to find a way to make your love, friendship, and even support last forever, then getting a piece of permanent jewelry will be the route for you as it lasts forever and both people will be wearing it at the same time together.