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The ever-changing colors of a mood ring represent the wearer's mood at any given moment. For instance, blue represents a feeling of calm, and black represents severe stress and tension. Mood rings are designed with liqui... More »

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BestMoodRings.com has a mood ring color chart. This chart shows the colors most commonly associated with mood rings and the emotional significance behind the colors. More »

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Mood rings, which gained popularity in the 1970s, cannot accurately identify human moods, but they do change color as the wearer's body temperature fluctuates. The rings contain liquid crystals that twist and change colo... More »

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Under most systems for determining mood from a mood ring's color, blue is considered to mean that the wearer is relaxed and happy. Indigo and shades of blue close to it indicate that the wearer is in a loving mood, feeli... More »

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When a mood ring turns blue, it indicates a relaxed mood. A darker blue means happiness and love, while a blue-green color could signify that inner emotions are motivated. More »

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A signet ring is traditionally worn on the little finger of the wearer's non-dominant hand. That means a right-handed person would wear the ring on the little finger of the left hand. More »

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A purple stone on a mood ring indicates that the wearer is in a particularly happy or romantic mood. A purple mood ring color is associated with love and passion. More »

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