Each person in the world has some form of wrist lines on the hand, and they are considered one of the nine sets of minor lines that bring extra interpretive information to a hand. Collectively, the wrist lines are known as the rascette, and there are generally three of them (though in some cases there may be four); these lines may be referred to as the first, second, and third rascette.
The rascette is of vital importance because it connects the hand to the brain that thinks, the heart that feels, the feet that travel, and the chemicals in the body that create the lines of the hands.
When you are examining the rascette, don't read further than where your wrist bones meet the radius bone on your arm. When reading rascettes, you always want to stay focused on the major lines around the wrist.
Bracelets or rascettes