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Hand Forms for His And Hers Promise Rings: We'll help you choose!

Are you not sure where to begin when it comes to choosing the perfect engagement ring to give your loved one? Let the shape of your partner's hand lead you! How? This article will show you!

You've decided to ask your beloved to marry you and you want to do it with style or, at least, with the perfect engagement rings! Along with the excitement, comes the fear that you'll pick the wrong model and disappoint your partner.

You won't need to worry. In the next paragraphs, you will find all the information you require on how to make the best purchase in the light of a simple criterion that is the shape of the hands. Long, thin or wide or small, with knuckles stamped or soft fingers... There are plenty of options and options to selecting a unique ring as you will be taking your special someone to the altar.

The shape of your hands is crucial when selecting Matching Necklaces

Like the way that not all clothes will suit every body type and not all rings are suitable for all fingers: in fashion the principles of harmony and balance are applicable two essential elements that serve to enhance us to our very best. A ring too thin can disappear on large hands. On the other side, a ring that has a huge precious stone might appear too flashy on a small, tapered hand. Let's just say, in the end that the middle option is always the best option!

How to study the shape and size of the hands

The first step to take to select the engagement ring is to determine what categories your partner's hand fits into short or long? It might seem insignificant however it's crucial to success.

If you're wondering what to make of it you can check the palm's height and then the middle finger height. If the latter is higher than first, it is a long-hand. Otherwise, it'll be short-hand. Easy, okay, but how not to get in trouble? You can play with your partner's hands saying that you want to determine which one of you has the biggest hands, in this way, between jokes and quips you'll be able to determine at least the approximate measurements!

Small hands with proportionate size: finesse and simplicity

Engagement rings, eternity rings and rivieres can add beauty of small and thin hands! The selection of a ring is based, in reality on a true game of proportions. It is therefore clear that, for instance rings with large or square shapes on fingers that are not too long could make the hand appear overall small, even though it's not! It is also advisable to choose simple rings that don't have too many ornaments or significant stones. Of course, the solitaire is not prohibited, but be mindful of the size!

Elongated hands with pianist's fingers: free choice!

A thin hand shape with elongated fingers leaves open numerous possibilities in terms of engagement rings. Hands with this shape can afford any kind of jewelry, as per a well-known saying. You can narrow your search in any case by taking certain elements into consideration. First of all, evaluate your partner's preferences, and then try to determine what he is looking for. If, for instance you know that he is particularly enthusiastic about showing off his pianist's fingers pay attention to thin rings that will surely increase the luster of this talent.

If, on the contrary, you have noticed that he tends to hide his fingers thinking they are too long and thin, pick simple and discrete rings that aren't attracting the attention of others. Do not wear rings that have a complicated or large design, but yes to rings that have a noticeable size that could alter the proportions of your fingers.

Naturally, stones are always welcome, perfect for such refined hands, and even colored ones, in case your other half is a flirty person or in any way likes to keep things simple!

Rings for large and important fingers: think about a middle-way

In the case of important hands, rings with a reduced thickness are banned because the smaller sizes, in fact, will only increase the size of the fingers of the person who wear it. Be cautious when using solitaires, which if they are too small, can cause similar effects as described above however if they're too large, they can create the impression of being excessive and oversize.

Instead, focus on white gold rings that have diamonds, since even colored stones aren't a great idea.

Rings for square and short fingers.

The elegant and important rings are instead perfect for small hands with short fingers. The sophisticated jewel helps to reduce the childish appearance of these fingers. The classic solitaire with an average-sized stone is also ideal.

What if your fingers are "chubby"?

We recommend that, to minimize the softness of the fingers, you select models that have the thickness of around 6 millimeters or perhaps an Asymmetrical design. In this instance it is also crucial to consider the size of the diameter that the engagement ring should have to be able to fit perfectly. This will help avoid the unpleasant "sausage" effect that could make the wearer unhappy.

Hands in shape with prominent Knuckles

Your partner has a form of hands with prominent Knuckles, an attribute of his hands which he doesn't like. In this case, to make a successful purchase the first thing you need to do is to think carefully about the diameter of the ring. It has to be large enough to go over the knuckle with pronounced edges however, it should not be too big so that it doesn't "dance" after wearing. In terms of shapes an engagement ring with an oversized stone is the most suitable to ensure that attention is paid to the stone rather than the knuckle: Anyone who receives it will be grateful for the appreciation!

These tips on how to choose the ring for engagement based on the shape of the hands are helpful, but remember that in order to make the right choice you will also have to take into account her character, her style and any desires expressed in a subtle or more subtle manner. Allow yourself to be guided by your intuition... but not too much!


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