How to know my ring size? There are many measuring methods for ring sizes; however, you may find that some get you an incorrect outcome. I'm sharing this post here to help you measure correctly.
All you need is – paper, a pair of scissors, a pen, a ruler, and a ring-size chart.
Step 1: Cut out a rectangle paper slice
You can use a ruler to determine a rectangle's length and width and cut it out with your scissors.
Step 2: Wrap the strip of the paper around your finger and mark with your pen where it overlaps.
Step 3: Straight the paper against the ruler and measure the report from the beginning to the marked line.
Step 4: Compare the length with the ring size chart, and you will know which size fits you the most.
Sure, you can replace the paper with a string or yarn that is not stretchy for ring size measurement. However, if you are about to purchase a wedding band or a ring with a wide band, we still recommend that you use paper with width to cover the whole proximal phalanx.
Your finger knuckle is also a must to measure since some of the knuckles are bigger than the root. So it would be best if you guaranteed the ring passes the knuckle first.