Permanent Jewelry

We now offer permanent bracelet appointments in-store at Carolina Girls! We are currently taking bookings on Tuesdays - Fridays from 12 pm - 4 pm in 30 minute increments. Please keep it mind that we only place permanent jewelry on people ages 16 and over! Give us a call today at 843-763-3006 to book your appointment!
What is a Permanent Bracelet?
It is a chain bracelet custom fit and welded while on your wrist. This seamless piece of jewelry is made using gold filled or sterling silver chain suitable for daily wear, including bathing, exercise, and swimming. As with all jewelry, you should avoid contact with cleaning solutions, lotions, and perfumes. While these bracelets are designed to be permanent, they are not unbreakable. In fact, delicate chains are intentionally used and should break if snagged to prevent an injury.
How much does it cost?
Sterling silver permanent bracelets are $55.00 and gold-filled permanent bracelets are $65.00. Prices are subject to change with market costs of materials!

Does it hurt?
No. There is no flame or heat involved in this process, just a quick and painless zap. You'll be asked to wear safety glasses while we are securing the bracelet to your wrist.

What if I need to take it off?
You can cut the bracelet off with scissors. If you anticipate having your bracelet put back on, we ask that you cut it at the welded link and not at a link in the chain. There is a $15 replacement re-weld fee.

Can I wear my jewelry through airport security?
Delicate jewelry rarely needs to be removed when going through airport security.

How old do you need to be?
We will place permanent jewelry on anyone at least 16 years old.

What if my Permanent Bracelet comes off?
We ensure the integrity of the bracelet weld before you leave the store and have a 7 day guarantee on the weld. If your Permanent Bracelet breaks at the weld spot within 7 days of purchase, we will re-weld your bracelet at no charge. After 7 days there is a $15 re-weld fee.

Why is there a black spot on the welded link?
This black spot is known as oxidation, caused by the machine reacting with oxygen. The black mark also serves as a reference point, so you can clearly identify which is the welded link.