Te Veo Single Bracelets Single Bracelet with African Beads
“Te Veo Single Bracelets”. Te veo means “I see you” in Spanish and the reason why Carolina chose that name is because she believes that something bigger than us is watching over us and providing protection.
The evil eye is a talisman that has been used for centuries in many cultures as protection.
How to wear it:
The whole meaning around wearing an evil eye is to protect you from bad luck, envies and bad things. When an evil eye bracelet breaks, it is meant to be discarded because it fulfilled its duty of protecting you.
Handcrafted with 14Kt gold filled and colourful Japanese beads, a single evil eye glass bead strung in a silk cord.
Adjustable closure. One size fits all.
Mix and match them for a great Alijuna look.
Each of our products is made to order and our processing time is usually 1 - 5 business days.
I know many of you wear your evil eye bracelets all the time, some of you even buy them in pairs to have the other one available in case the one you are wearing breaks and some of you remove them to shower and exercise. Here is the care guide that I always share with my customers to prolong the life of their evil eye bracelets.
Do not soak in water to avoid wear of the threads and gold plated materials. If for any reason the threads get wet, wait until they get totally dry to remove your jewelry. Avoid direct contact with body lotions and perfumes. Rough treatments can loosen the beads. Use mild soap and water to clean the cotton threads if needed, rinse and let it dry.