Permanent jewelry is typically made from high-quality, durable, and non-reactive metals that can withstand continuous wear and exposure to different environments. Here are some common metals used for permanent jewelry:
- Gold: Gold is a popular choice due to its longevity, hypoallergenic properties, and resistance to rust and tarnish. It’s available in various purities and colors, including yellow, white, and rose gold.
- Silver: Sterling silver is also used for permanent jewelry. While it’s more prone to tarnishing than gold, it’s also more affordable and can be easily cleaned and polished.
- Platinum: Platinum is a high-end choice known for its durability and resistance to wear and tarnish. It’s also hypoallergenic, making it a good option for those with sensitive skin.
- Stainless Steel: Stainless steel is strong, durable, and resistant to rust, oxidation, and discoloration. It’s a more affordable option compared to precious metals like gold or platinum.
- Titanium: Titanium is lightweight, strong, and hypoallergenic, making it another good choice for those with sensitive skin.
- Palladium: Like platinum, palladium is a member of the platinum metal group. It’s lighter than platinum and hypoallergenic.
Ask about choosing the right metal for your permanent jewelry, taking into account your budget, skin sensitivity, and personal preferences.