Post # 1
In some lights it looks like it’s all one stone–the halo basically blends into the center diamond and you can barely tell it’s there.
In other lights the halo gleams bright white around the stone, complimenting it much in the same way a frame does a photograph. The halo is super distinct in this light and draws the eye to the center stone even more.
Do any fellow halo lovers notice/love this too? I’ve only had my ring for three days so I’m a bit obsessed, haha. I love how it changes, it’s like having two different rings!!
Post # 3
@Buttercupmcgee: This is actually why I didn’t go with a lot of the rings I saw at stores–because the halo made the center seem “lost” and actually made it look less impressive.
I’ve seen your ring, though, and I really don’t think you have to worry about THAT.
Post # 4
Yeah it depends on some pics… I took a couple and it looks like just one stone (and it’s far from one stone). Even when I hold my hand far away it looks like one stone. But I love it.
Post # 5
@bridalprincess: Me too! I’ve noticed in the evening, like at a restaurant it looks especially “one stone”-ish. Indirect sunlight really brings out the halo.
Post # 6
@EffieTrinket: Haha, thanks! I bet whatever you end up choosing will be gorgeous. PS–best username ev.er.
Post # 7
I’ve wondered about this too! I hope my center stone doesn’t get lost in my halo. I actually wanted a rounded square halo like a cushion halo but ended up more square. I think if I’d gone more cushion my overall ring would look larger. The cushion halo I liked most though was at Kays and my husband thought it did all mesh together….the center stone and the halo. Plus I wanted slightly larger halo stones.
But I do wonder if my center actually looks like a one carat….ugh. I love my halo though.