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Saturday, Jul 06 2024

Skin Tone Jewelry: Choose The Metal Color of Your Lab Diamond Jewelry

Written by Shelby Montel

Skin Tone Jewelry: Choose The Metal Color of Your Lab Diamond Jewelry

Not a day goes by when a new trend does not pop up on our screens and sends us on a rabbit hole of intense research. One such trend is skin tone jewelry! In this, you can choose the color of the metal of your lab diamond jewelry by taking into account the undertone of your skin. Skin tone jewelry is not merely a trend but also a way to simplify your shopping process and save you some precious time easily!

We all have a natural undertone present in our skin, be it a cool undertone, a warm one or a neutral one. If you’re curious about what your skin tone is, you can easily consult the beauty gurus of the internet and find out. When it comes to finding out what metal color goes with your skin tone, we’re going to be your guide! Read on to find out why you should choose the sustainable beauty of lab grown diamond jewelry and which metal color you should go for based on your skin tone. 

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Types of Metal Color

When it comes to skin tone jewelry, there are a few things you should keep in mind. It is important that you figure out what your skin tone is. Then, the next step would be to find out which metal color suits your skin tone. Skin tone jewelry makes it easier to own pieces that are worth your money and look beautiful as well. 

Once you’ve figured out your skin tone, you can choose from the romantic hue of the rose gold, the classic yellow gold, the cool toned platinum or the soft purity of the white gold. We have a wide variety of lab diamond jewelry in all these metal hues that you can easily browse through on our website and find your match. Read on to find out the perfect skin tone jewelry and your metal color!

Lab Diamonds Vs. Natural Diamonds

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If you’re reading this article, it won’t be an exaggeration to say that you’ve made the sustainable choice of buying a lab diamond jewelry. We’re proud of your decision to take an ethical step towards a greener future for the planet. If you’re wondering what is the difference between lab diamonds and natural diamonds, then you’ve come to the right place. Read on to find out what is the difference between lab diamonds and their mined counterparts, and also why you should go for the more sustainable alternative.

For many decades, diamonds have been mined from remote areas of the world, often employing unethical ways to complete the task. There have been many concerns as to the environmental and ethical implications that the process of mining for diamonds can cause. Lab diamonds are the sustainable alternative to natural diamonds, ethical to their very core. These lab grown diamonds are visually, chemically and physically similar to mined diamonds, which means that you’re not going to be missing out on anything. 

There are two processes by which lab diamonds are created, CVD or HPHT. These processes use renewable energy and utilize less resources from the planet. If you’ve made the choice to include lab diamond jewelry in your life, then you must also know which metal color would go the best with your skin tone. Be it cool tone, warm tone or neutral tone, there is a perfect metal color for you!

Metal Color Based on Cool Tone

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If your veins have a blue or greenish undertone to it and you get tanned very easily, chances are you have what is commonly known as cool tone skin. People with this skin tone often look their best in bright, icy colors like red, fuschia or bright blue. 

While buying lab grown diamond jewelry, invest in cool toned metals like platinum or white with your lab diamond. You can go for our Naomi round lab diamond tennis necklace in platinum or white gold, which we’re sure will complement your skin tone perfectly. Skin tone jewelry has recently become a trend as more and more people are recognising the need to have your jewelry go well with your skin tone.

Metal Color Based on Warm Tone

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People with warm skin tone have a yellow undertone to it, which can sometimes even look golden in the sun. If you have a warm undertone, choose warm toned metals like rose gold or yellow gold for your lab diamond jewelry. 

If you’re looking for an engagement ring for your lover and you know that they have a warm undertone, then go for our Eternia criss cross engagement ring in either rose gold or yellow gold for a sparkle that you will cherish forever! 

Metal Color Based on Neutral Tone 

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If you find it difficult to distinguish between cool or warm undertones in your veins, you likely have a neutral skin tone. You're lucky! You can rock almost any metal color – experiment and see what makes you feel most confident! You can go for our Darcy round lab diamond in any of the metal colors available on our website and have the glimmer of a lifetime. 

Enjoy the complete Friendly Diamonds experience with our stunning range of lab diamond fine jewelry. Take the path of sustainability and be the proud owner of ethical lab diamonds that will surely leave you spell bound. 

You can browse through our website and find your perfect engagement ring, stud earring, hoop earring, tennis bracelet or tennis necklace. Another reason to shop right now is that we’re offering an exciting 10% OFF* sitewide on our fine jewelry till 14th July, 2024. Simply use code ‘INDEPENDENCE10’ to avail this discount and own a magnificent lab diamond beauty right away! Choose Friendly Diamonds for a Friendlier Tomorrow!