What To Know Before Buying An Engagement Ring | The Zoe Report By Rachel Zoe

Your guide to picking the perfect engagement ring.
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The thought of wearing something forever gives us cold chills. How is anyone, especially a fashion girl, supposed to be tied to one style of ANYTHING forever!? First, take a deep breath—this is a diamond we’re talking about. Whether you’re a bride-to-be or looking to up your Pinterest board game, it’s never a bad idea to figure out what type of engagement ring is the best fit for you.. After all, who doesn’t LOVE diamonds?
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Katherine Moreira says:

“Cut” is not the diamond shape! Jesus when will people making these “educational videos” ever learn? Cut is the proportion of the facetes in which gives the stone its fire aka bing or sparkle. Poor cut = poor fire, ideal cut = amazing fire. The shape is the just called the shape.

Rebecca Hamilton says:

of the 4c’s ‘cut’ does not refer to the diamonds shape! This video is nonsense. A diamond’s cut is really about how well a diamond’s facets interact with light.

Zmay Jewelry says:

Good job with this video and the advice are solid!

Mikaela Woodbury says:

There are also more pretty stones out there than just diamonds. I myself will be getting a moissanite when I’m engaged. Amora gems, white sapphires, or colored stones are all good choices as well.

Imola Szilágyi says:

what to know before buying an engagement ring: the price of diamonds is artificially inflated, also, diamond engagement rings were made popular during the great depression when the few companies dealing with diamond extraction saw a decrease in sales. what was considered high luxury was marketed to everyday people to make them want to buy diamonds.

Expose Poor Service says:

What to know before buying a ring: Read the history of Diamonds. Cecil Rhodes and Diamond Monopoly

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