Best Tips on Choosing the Wonderful Halo Engagement Ring

If you are drawn to large,unique engagement ringsthat seem to be abundant in music, film andthe reality TV industry, then you need a halo engagement ring. Not only are halo engagement rings flashyand beautiful, but this specific cut also has the ability make a small diamond look big, and a big diamond engagement ring look enormous.A halo engagement ring setting is one in which a diamond setting encircles or surrounds a high carat central diamond or stone, in acollection of round pavé or micro-pavé diamonds that flash and contrast with light and bring the attention of the seer towards the central show stopping stone. How could anyone NOT stare at it if you’re wearing ahalo engagement ring!

A high-carat diamond can look huge in a halo engagement ring, like in our Modern Halo Round Diamond Engagement Ring, so if you have a small budget, then this is perfect to get the most bang for your buck. Here are some inside tips for buying a halo engagement ring to make sure that nobody is able to look away from your diamond engagement ring.

ü  If an original art-deco style diamond engagement ringis not the “IT” ring for you, well, fret not. There are a lot of options and variations available in a halo engagement ring from which you can choose the one that suits your budget and style perfectly. Remember, putting together a personalized diamond engagement ring can be challenging, but with proper guidance from Sylvie Collection experts and retailers, you can breathe easy – they will provide you withthe best knowledge on how to choose which unique engagement ring setting is perfect for you.

ü  Choosing the center stone of your diamond engagement ring can be tricky. If you are attracted towards unique engagement rings, then a show stoppinglarge carat diamond, in a princess cut or round cut,would be an amazing choice. However, if you are on a budget, consider going for a cluster of small or pave diamonds. This will bring down the price drastically all without compromising the “WOW factor”.

ü  There are different kinds of halo engagement ringsthat come in various shapes, among which oval-shaped, pear-shaped, emerald cut, marquise shaped and round diamond engagement ringsare the mostpopular ones. Most women are dazzled by the pear and marquisediamond engagement ring, but are wary of their pointed edges. Well, good news for them!You can ask your jeweler to soften the edges of a pear diamond engagement ring by wrapping it in a matching halo setting.

ü  Radiant cut is another popular choice among women who are looking for a unique engagement ring. The dazzling brightness and shine of anemerald and round diamond engagement ringsetting will provide your halo engagement ringwith the oomph you are looking for, even if you don’t know it yet.

ü  Pave variations should be consideredwisely. If you are worried that your halo engagement ringis going to look just one out of many, break free from thenorm and make your diamond engagement ringstand out. Choose pave gemstones like sapphires and emeralds or rubies to customize your ring according to your birthstone or simply to include your favorite color in your designer engagement ring, like our Vintage Inspired Sapphire Accent Diamond Engagement Ring.

ü  Another thing, which will make your halo engagement ring look onein a million, is its shank setting. Most women are confused whether to choose a pave setting or not. If you want a cleaner look for your diamond engagement ring, then go for a non-pavé setting, like our Modern Round Brilliant Halo Diamond Engagement Ring or our Cushion Halo Round Center Engagement Ring.However, if you want more shine and bling in your diamond engagement ring, go for a pave setting on the shank, like our Oval Crisscross Shank Diamond Engagement Ring.

These are some helpful tips that can help you make the right choice when you are considering buying a unique engagement ringfor you or your loved one. Our experts at Sylvie Collection will make sure that you are paired with a diamond fashion jewelrypiece that is timeless and has the potential to become a family heirloom.