In addition, there is a system for selecting jewelry depending on the combination of colors and shades of the skin, eyes and the hair of people: well-known system of four color types: "winter", "spring", "summer" and "autumn".
Representatives of the winter type can choose diamonds, rock crystal, black onyx and agate, dark red ruby, dark green emerald, sapphire, jade, green jasper, aquamarine, amethyst. Pearls should be black, cold white or gray.
"Spring" people can choose very bright colors, for example, blue sapphire, yellow topaz, turquoise.
In addition, coral, pearls of warm cream shades, yellow and red amber, topaz, carnelian, cat's eye, yellow, brown and red jasper are suitable for "spring" people.
Shades of the autumn type are golden, reddish, warm, like those of golden yellow citrine, topaz, sun stone, agates, red corals, as well as yellow, sandy jasper, wax-red and orange. Jewelry from natural materials - leather, wood, - is also great for "Autumn" people.
Summer type will look great in ornaments with cornelian, pink jasper, pink pearl, ruby, garnet, jade, opal and aquamarine.
There is one more important rule - a successful choice of festive stone, as well as stones of daytime and evening time.
Evening and festive stones should provide you with a lift, shine and royalty, as well as a great mood. Naturally, transparent faceted varieties are more suitable for these purposes - diamond, emerald, ruby, sapphire, rock crystal, etc.
Daytime "working" stones are opaque, calm, they provide an even mood, and their energy structure gives efficiency and energy.
If you want to combine several jewelry at once, then the selection should begin with a choice of earrings.
To the earrings, the ring and pendant are usually selected by color, the beads can be of a different color and make variety and contrast. A perfect example of such a combination are pearls and turquoise: turquoise earrings and a ring and pearl beads.
Another good combination is beads of amethyst and citrine together - amethyst has an amazing ability to "energize" any objects and minerals that are located in the field of its influence. This beautiful combination of lilac-violet and yellow ennobles citrine, reorients it for permanence and fidelity.
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