(Closed) Has anyone seen this ring (on dark skin)- twisted shank

posted 6 years ago in Rings
Post # 2
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2016

I haven’t , but I bet it would look amazing & really stand out/pop against melanin

Post # 3
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Sugar bee

All depends…certain metals look better on different skin tones. Yellow gold is my thing. Rose also looks good on me. White and platinum look extra blah when I wear them. Look at the difference in these two rings – I had the platinum reset into a yellow setting. Watch the stones come to life for me.

barkev1

5stonereset

And I see the same phenomenon with white complexions. I think it has more to do with undertones than skin tone if that makes any sense.

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Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2016

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leilarobs2:  yeah, I think the ring in the OP’s post would look great on a dark complexion. Everything about it is gorgeous, especially the details which I think will really stand out with a darker complexion underneath

I’m not light skinned, but I’m not dark skinned either; I’m stuck in the middle :/ but I’m still black. I have a ring in platinum, gold, and rose gold. I find that they all look great on my skin tone without considering my undertones. My sister, however, has the same undertones as me but she is a couple of shades darker [has more melanin] than I do. White gold and rose gold looks amazing on her as gold doesn’t do as much for her as the other two metals. With brown complexions, skin tone makes a huge difference–not just undertones.

 

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