How to pick rings according to your finger structure

almond shape nails rings

 

Probabil ati observat deja ca eu nu port cercei. De ani de zile ii port doar pe cei din partea de sus a urechii, si foarte, foarte rar in gaurile din partea de jos a lobului. Acest lucru se datoreaza faptului ca nu mi se par foarte comozi, asa ca am renuntat la ideea de a-i purta zilnic.

Dar in schimb, imi plac mult inelele(nu si cand lucrez). Multe inele subtiri cu modele diferite sau doar unul, doua  mai mari cu model interesant. Dar mi-am dat seama ca nu toate variantele mi se potrivesc pe mana, vizual vorbind.Asa ca am cercetat putin si am gasit cateva sfaturi pentru mine si pentru voi ca pe viitor sa putem sa ne alegem modelele potrivite chiar si fara sa le incercam inainte.

1. Inele inguste si pietre micute se potrivesc de minune pe degete subtiri si maini mici. Se potrivesc atat degetelor scurte cat si pe cele lungi. Un inel lat  face degetul sa para putin mai gros, ceea ce nu e chiar rau in cazul degetelor foarte subtiri.

thin rings for small fingers

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2. Degetelor scurte li se potrivesc inele cu pietre ovale, in forma de lacrima sau chiar rectangulare. Totusi marimea trebuie sa fie potrivita pentru ca o piatra prea mare  le poate face sa para si mai scurte. Evitati inele foarte late.

engagement rings

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3. Daca aveti articulatiile degetelor groase, alegeti inele masive pentru a atrage atentia de la ele.

rings for big knuckles

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4. Mainile mici cer inele subtiri, pietre mici si modele mici pentru a nu le coplesii.

solitaire rock

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5.Mainile mari au avantajul de a putea purta si experimenta orice, totusi trebuie tinut cont de grosimea lor.

statement rings

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EXTRA TIP: Degetele pot parea mai lungi daca unghiile au forma alungita, de migdala.

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You probably know by now that I love rings more than earrings. For years now, I have been wearing just my upper lobe studs, and very, very rarely some fancy earrings in my lower lobe because I  don’t find them that comfortable.

But I love rings(not when I work), stacking, or just some big, statement pieces depending on how I feel.  I noticed that not all fit my hand, I mean visually so I did some research and got these tips for you too. So next time you want to buy  a ring you can actually find out what fits you before even trying it on.

1. Thin bands with small stones work well on thin fingers, small hands. They work well for long and shorter fingers. A wide band can make  your finger look a bit thicker, so this can be a great idea if you have very thin fingers.

2. The perfect idea for short fingers is picking an oval shape stone, tear drop or rectangular , as long as they are not too big to make it look even shorter. Avoid wide bands .

3. If you have big knuckles get big rings that will draw the attention away from them.

4. Small hands-small rings, stones and thin bands.

5. Large hands– get to experiment more. Stacking, picking big rings won’t be a problem, but still keep in mind your finger width.

 EXTRA TIP: You cand lenghten your fingers by picking an almond shape for your nails!

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