Getting an engagement ring means you have made the courageous decision of proposing to her. The great question, “will you marry me” must be accompanied by a ring to give her in case she says yes. So what do you need to know if you want to buy a diamond ring?
Here are some simple rules and some advice for you.
Ask someone to help identify the best one for her
Buying a diamond ring comes with a lot of pressure and you may not be sure what will excite her. Get some reinforcements to assist you in choosing the right one. Her friends or family members can help you.
Get to know what she loves
Before you start thinking about the carats, get to know the metal she loves most. Learn their taste and you will be ready to get a ring that will not disappoint her.
Research about diamonds
You need to research about diamonds and understand what makes it tick. The famous 4cs should be your first thing to understand. They stand for color, clarity, cut and carat weight.
The cut is important
The diamonds cut is not about how it was sliced or diced. It refers to elements of edges, facets and faces. The details determine how it shines so with a good cut more light will reflect leading to a brilliant sparkle. Round cuts are standard, but there are also cushion, pear, marquise, heart and emerald. Each cut reflects the diamond differently.
Clarity refers to how flawless the diamond is. Gemologists use microscopes to check the clarity of the diamond and they are classified in a scale from the high-quality diamonds to the low-quality ones. Get to know the grade of the diamond you want to buy.
The bigger the better
This is the fourth C and its carat weight. A diamond with a high carat is big and very flashy, it would be a good way to engage your loved ones. Women love ostentatious jewelry and a flamboyant engagement ring would be perfect.
With these basic tips on how to buy a diamond engagement ring, you can shop confidently. Go to Brilliant Earth and buy the ring. You will get a lifetime ring for your lifetime partner.
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