In any occasion, your best friends are the jewelry pieces you wear. Be it a formal meeting, a party, or a casual gathering, wearing the right rings, earrings, and bracelets elevates your charm. But not everyone knows how to take care of their jewelry.
As a matter of fact, some people unconsciously ruin their precious pieces. Watch out, you might be guilty of these habits that damage – and eventually, ruin – your jewelry.
Fine jewelry should go with fine makeup, but that doesn’t mean you have to apply those powders and sprays with your rings and bracelets on. The cosmetics you use may contain chemicals that could damage your jewelry. To keep your accessories’ luster, wear your jewelry after you have applied your makeup and sprayed your perfume.
It goes without saying that rings, watches, and bracelets aren’t for sports, but some remain stubborn about it. Heavy physical blows on the accessory could damage its form – plus you could hurt other people while wearing a ring in a sports match.
While sunbathing with jewelry would certainly make you look beautiful, this habit ruins your jewelry. The sunscreen you apply, for one, reduces the brilliance of your gemstones. Long exposure to the sun also kills your jewelry’s color, especially when you’re wearing something that has treated stones.
Some people have the habit of bathing – be it in a tub or a pool – with their jewelry on. The practice, however, ruins jewelry little by little. Chlorinated water reacts easily with the metal and gemstone, which can lead to damage over time. Plus, soap coats jewelry with film, which clouds the shine and makes it look dull.
Look, there really isn’t a problem if you travel with your favorite accessories, but do know that the activity can take its toll on these precious items. At the very least, use a soft jewelry case for your pieces to protect them while you’re on a vacation.
But there’s no need to worry if you have damaged jewelry, as we are ready to take care of it. Whatever problem you have with your valuable pieces, we’re pretty sure we can fix it. After all, we’ve been in this industry since 1946. Get in touch with us today for more information about our repair service and jewelry selection.