Hola! Esta es la versión en ingles del tutorial, podeis encontrar la versión en Español AQUÍ!
Many of you ask me or have doubts about how to know exactly what your ring size is, so I have decided to make a small tutorial on how to do it easily and with stuff we all have at home!
Let's get to it!
Hey! First we are going to collect a couple of things we need to measure our finger. We need:
- Scissors (because damn, we don't want to pack our hand.)
- A ruler or a tape measure
- A pen ( which is not in the photo because I forgot to add it. ^^UU)
- We decide which finger we want to measure, because not all our fingers are the same thickness, although I suppose you will know that, you will have looked at your hands sometime in your life XD.
- With scissors, we must cut a strip of paper, which should not be very thick, with a 1 cm should work and you will get the measurement better! (mine may be a bit wide in the pictures, but you can see it better this way)
- We surround our finger with the paper, making sure that the paper limit is in the centre of our finger, in order to calculate the measurement correctly.
Personally I recommend that the paper is tight to the finger so that the measurement is as accurate as possible. only 2mm can vary the size of the ring a lot, and we don't want it to be large.
- With the pen, we mark the point where one part of the paper meets the other, as shown in the photo. Remember that the paper can not be loose, 1 or 2 mm do a lot in the sizes.
- We take our rule (look, mine is from when I went to school), and we measured our paper to the mark we made. Mine measures 54mm.
- We look for the size table that we can find within the information of each ring that is in store (a little button which has a drawing of a rule in it, easy peasy).
- You look for your circumference measurement in the table and there you will find your ring size equivalence. Depending on the type of ring different sizes are available, I advise you ALWAYS to choose the lowest size.
For example, my measurement is 54mm in circumference, so I choose a size 7, I will never choose a size 7.5 because the ring would fit large and it could fall off from my finger, which is uncomfortable. Depending on how tight I want the ring to be, I could even choose a 6.5, that's a matter of taste!
KEEP IN MIND! The ring sizes in m atore are in US size!
And that's it! If you still have any questions or are still doubting what size to choose, you can write an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, through the contact section of the store or send me a tweet to my account @beagonzalezart :D
I hope this tutorial has been helpful!