How to Choose Knuckle Ring in This Season

The smaller rings than the conventional rings, which are positioned in the middle of the first two knuckles of the fingers, and the full ringer rings have become the favorite accessory of the “fashionistas” and the famous. And you might be interested in how to find the perfect knuckle ring. If you do, here is the post that you need.

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The ring, like hippie rings, should fit on your finger comfortably, tight enough not to fall, but loose enough to slip on your knuckle with some resistance. The size of the finger changes depending on the time of day and the weather. To get the best result measures the size of your finger without rings in metal texture:

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At the end of the day and when the fingers are warm (Fingers are smaller in the early morning and when it is cold.) Measure your finger size several times to eliminate an erroneous reading. Temperature is important

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Do not measure when your body temperature is too cold or too hot. A cold finger contracts while a hot finger expands causing an inaccurate reading. Measure only when the fingers are at room temperature, because the temperature does matter the most.

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When two sizes both seem to fit and you wonder which one to choose, trust me, always the larger one. Big knuckles can affect your ring size, if your knuckle is much larger than the base of your finger measures both the base of your finger and your knuckle and select a size that is between the two measures.

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A broadband needs a bigger size. If you buy a broadband, you will be more comfortable if you choose half size over your normal size. Choosing the right ring size can be tricky! If you do not know your ring size we recommend you go to a local jeweler to help you.



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