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changing your hair style - what stylist is best?

The style of your hair says a lot about you. If you have maintained the same hair style for many years because you worry about trying something new, now is the time to let go and explore the many styles available. Finding a hair stylist that you trust and feel comfortable communicating with is important in changing your hair style. I have worked with several stylists to help gather the information you need to find yourself a stylist with the abilities and skills needed for you to fee comfortable with. Change the way you look, feel and present yourself by changing your hair style this year.



Proper Wedding Ring Care

If you are about to or have recently become married, you and your partner may have purchased wedding rings to use as a token of your commitment to each other. Many people will wear these rings daily to be reminded of this promise and to partake in marriage tradition. There are a few steps you can take to prolong the life of your wedding ring while keeping it looking like new. Here are a few tips to use when caring for your wedding ring.

Do Routine Cleanings

To clean a ring properly, use a small bowl filled with a commercial jewelry cleaner. Most rings are made from silver, gold, white gold, or platinum, so make sure to purchase a cleaner that is made especially for the composition of your particular ring. Place the ring in the cleaner according to the package instructions and lightly rub with a soft bristled toothbrush to remove any grime embedded between stones or crevices. Dry with a piece of microfiber cloth. 

Have Evaluations Done

It is a good idea to bring your ring to the jeweler you had purchased it from to have yearly inspections done for loosening stones, scratches, or nicks. They will be able polish your ring with high-grade products in a machine made for cleaning fine jewelry. Many jewelers offer service plans that require routine cleanings to keep your ring warrantied, so be sure to take advantage of these sessions.

Size To Fit

When you start wearing your ring, you may find it is not a perfect fit for your finger. If this is the case, bring it to a jeweler to have your finger sized. For a ring that is too big, you can get a small gold or silver piece inserted on the inside of the band to help it feel more snug. For a tight ring, the jeweler can place it on a stretching machine to increase the diameter so it allows you more circulation in your finger as you wear it.

Protect From Chemicals

Removing your ring when bathing or swimming will not only eliminate risk of loss, but it will also take away the chance of dulling from soaps and chemicals. Remove your ring or cover your hands with plastic gloves when working with household cleaners or dish washing detergent. 

Safeguard From Loss

It is a great idea to leave your wedding ring off when you are going to be traveling. Purchase a piece of costume jewelry to wear in its absence. If you find yourself away from home for several days and you had forgotten to leave your ring at home, consider placing your ring in a hotel safe to keep it from being lost in an area you will not be able to visit quickly. When you believe you will be in conditions where your hands will get cold or wet, remove your ring and store it in a jewelry box or ring holder so you eliminate the risk of having it slip off of your hands.

For more jewelry care tips, contact a company like Goldmark Jewelers.