Mood Ring Color Chart Meanings are shown on the Mood Ring Color Chart below. Best Mood Rings will send a Mood Ring Color Chart with each mood product purchased. See an example below.
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Here are some of the most common mood ring color chart meanings and the associated emotions. The most common color for a mood ring to turn is between green and blue.
Fear, Nothing, Angst, Serious, Overworked, Stormy, Depressed, Intense
Anxious, Cool, Cautious, Distracted, Mellow, So-So
Stressed, Nervous, Mixed, Confused, Upset, Challenged, Indignant
Mixed Emotions, Restless, Irritated, Distressed, Worried, Hopeful
Normal, Alert, No Great Stress, Sensitive, Jealous, Envious, Guarded
Upbeat, Pleased, Somewhat Relaxed, Motivated, Flirtatious
Normal, Optimistic, Accepting, Calm, Peaceful, Pleasant
Deeply Relaxed, Happy, Lovestruck, Bliss, Giving
Love, Romance, Amorous, Heat, Mischievous, Moody, Dreamer, Sensual
Very Happy, Warm, Affectionate, Loving, Infatuated, Curious
Generally the mood ring will be a darkish color when cold….. and as the temperature of your skin heats up the ring you will see the mood ring changing color. The color of the mood ring will stabilize with the current temperature of your skin. If you get hotter or colder the ring will change color again.
You may notice when wearing a mood ring the most dramatic change in color will be when you first try the ring on. This is where you will see the beautiful color changing properties e.g. the ring changing from a dark color, through the oranges, greens and blues. Depending on which ‘mood’ you are in or body temperature the ring will stabilize in color. If while wearing the ring your ‘mood’ changes so will the color of the mood ring.
Mood jewelry can vary in respect to how well the jewelry changes color. At Best Mood Rings we only sell mood products that change color well and they are tested before shipping. Each Mood Ring or Mood Product will come with a Mood Color Chart. We also have a range of Sterling Silver mood rings that are fully hallmarked by the assay office in the UK. You can therefore be assured you are buying a genuine Sterling Silver mood ring.
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Here is an example or a Mood Ring Color Chart.
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For more information on How do mood rings work? check out our blog. You can learn if mood rings accurately predict a person’s emotions.
Visit our Best Mood Rings youtube channel to see our beautiful Sterling Silver Mood Rings and Sterling Silver Mood Necklaces changing colors.
Sterling Silver Mood Necklace Changing Colors – Youtube available to purchase here Sterling Silver Mood Necklace
or our stunning Youtube Video – Sterling Silver Mood Love Locket Changing Colors available here Sterling Silver Mood Love Locket Necklace
Here is one of our most loved rings Youtube Video – Sterling Silver Mood Ring Changing Colors
Available here Sterling Silver Mood Ring
If you want to learn more about How Mood Rings Work check out our blog page How Mood Rings Work
So How Do Mood Rings Work? and where did they come from?
The History of Mood Rings
Moods rings were invented in 1975 by two New York Inventors Josh Reynolds and Maris Ambats. However, Marvin Wernick, claimed he developed the rings a decade earlier. The book ‘Why Didn’t I Think of That’ is said to contain a chapter explaining Wernick’s work with mood rings, which he did not patent, giving others an opportunity to bring mood rings into the market. Regardless of who invented the mood ring, they were a popular fad in the 1970s and now mood rings and mood jewelry are as popular as ever.
The theory behind the mood ring is that your emotional state will be revealed by the corresponding colors of the mood ring.
How Mood Rings Work?
Mood Rings contain thermotropic liquid crystals inside the stone or the band of the mood ring. These liquid crystals are able to show different colors at different temperatures. The liquid crystals in modern mood jewelry are usually made from a flat strip of liquid crystals with a protective coating. These crystals react to changes in temperature by twisting. The twisting changes their molecular structure, which alters the wavelengths of light or color that are reflected or absorbed. When the temperature of the liquid crystals changes so will their color and this is how mood rings work.
Do Mood Rings Work / Do they really show your emotions?
Your mood is correlated with your body temperature. A person’s normal body temperature is 98.6°F (37°C). When you are stressed or cold blood is directed to the internal organs and away from the skin and the mood ring will turn a darker color. If you are happier or feeling passionate the crystal will twist in another direction and start to change color as your body temperature increases. Therefore there is a correlation with mood and your body temperature so to some degree a mood ring can show your emotion.
There are other factors why the mood ring will change that are unrelated to mood such as such as just finishing a workout or having a hot bath. Mood Rings and Mood Jewelry can’t tell your emotional state exactly but what they can do is provide you with a beautiful color changing ring; a guide to your mood and have a lot of fun deciding which ‘mood’ you are in.
What the Mood Ring Colors Mean
The top of the list is the warmest temperature, at violet, moving to the coolest temperature, at black.
- burgundy/pink – happy, romantic
- blue – calm, relaxed
- green – average, not much going on with you
- yellow/amber – tense, excited
- brown/gray – nervous, anxious
- black – cold temperature
Here is an example of a mood ring changing color from green to pink.
For a mood ring color chart and information on mood ring color meanings read our blog Mood Ring Color Chart Meanings
See our classic oval mood ring changing color in our blog page Example of a Mood Ring Changing Color
How Long Do Mood Rings Last?
It is best to take care of your mood ring by protecting the actual mood area. Therefore if you keep away from water and harsh chemicals this will keep your mood ring in good condition. Sterling Silver Mood Rings will last even longer as the metal is more durable. You can learn how to protect your mood ring by visiting our blog page Caring for Mood Rings