There's a new craze going around and people are loving it. We all know about permanent tattoos, but what about jewelry? Who would ever think about permanent jewelry, right?

Well, it's finally here in Lubbock and people are going crazy for it.

How Permanent Jewelry Works

You go out to whatever event they are having, you pick out which bracelet you want and put it on. Then, it's literally welded together. Here's a picture of how it looks:

LYLAS.Forever Facebook
LYLAS.Forever via Facebook
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One place doing this right now in Lubbock is called LYLAS.Forever. It was started by Robin Tabor and Stacy Webb, who've been best friends for 20 years. The pair wanted some more fun stuff to do so they brought this awesome new thing to Lubbock. It's a way to say "I love you" like a sister or let someone know you're always thinking about them wherever you are.

They actually weld the jewelry onto you, so it's fun to do and watch. No matter if you're getting permanent jewelry with a sibling or cousin, a best friend or your spouse, this is a fun thing to do together and show your love.

LYLAS.Forever don't have a storefront, but they do popups all over Lubbock at people's stores, boutiques, events, and even private parties. Each price depends on what chain you pick out, and it takes about 15 minutes for a weld for you and your bestie. Each piece is 14k gold filled or sterling silver so you don't have to worry about it ever turning. Even better: if you have to remove the bracelet for any reason, it's simple to do and they can even re-weld it.

You can learn more about LYLAS.Forever on Facebook and check out their list of upcoming events in Lubbock. You can even make reservations there so you have the perfect time to fit your busy schedule.

I can't wait to see all the cool jewelry y'all pick out!

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