The wedding ring is a symbol of love and connection between two souls and is also something that the bride and groom will use for a long time. A beautiful ring is a ring that fits the owner’s hand, style and personality. So how to choose a wedding like you for life?
When choosing a ring consider:
Length – the width of the finger and the overall size of the finger.
Size and design of the ring
Nails also affect how the hand looks? So pay attention to the length and shape of the nail: short or long? Shaping or not?
Your personal style
1. SHORT OR LONG HAND TILES:
First, you need to know what kind of hand you belong to. Estimate the ratio of your longest finger to palm length. If the longest finger length measures of the palm length, the fingers are considered long. If it is lower than ⅞, it is considered short finger.
For couples with short fingers, it is advisable to choose rings with narrow plates with many small stones to create the illusion of finger length, avoiding overly complicated ring designs.
If the finger is long, it is especially suitable for classical diamond rings or square stones, or rings with 1 main and many slabs.
2. HAIR HANDLES OR LARGE HANDLES:
Finger circumference corresponds to the respective ring size. Use a wedding ring finger to judge whether a finger is small or large.
If the circumference of your finger is about 51mm or less for women and 57mm or less for men, your finger is small – medium. With this finger type, you should not choose too large rings, avoid the feeling of the ring covering, causing the finger to “swallow” in the ring. Priority should be given to choosing a plain ring pattern of medium size, not too thick or too thin; It is possible to choose the stone face, the details should have a harmony and simplicity.
If the circumference of the finger is greater than 52mm for women and more than 58mm for men, you have a big finger. The secret to choosing a ring for this hand shape is to find a ring that doesn’t reveal the skin on both sides of the finger. Choose a thick ring, make sure it covers the first half of the knuckle; or dual rings with many types of rings mixed together to help conceal the chubby fingers. Or you can also opt for the angular, asymmetrical design rings to minimize finger width.
3. SKIN COLOR
For perfect wedding rings, skin color is also a matter of consideration. If you have a pinkish white or bright white skin tone, choosing a ring color is too easy just depends on your taste. If your skin color is a bit dark, dull, you should probably avoid choosing rose gold.