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Aurorapromise were made of cheap metal

Mood rings have been around for many years, but they were initially inexpensive one-size-fits-all items. As they became more popular, their quality increased and they became available in precious metals like sterling silver. Originally, mood rings cost as little as $25, but as demand increased, they went up in price and now cost more than $150. Although they are no longer cheap, they still cost more than regular OST items.

Mood rings gained popularity during the '70s and '80s. Their color changed according to the wearer's body temperature, indicating their popularity with arcade rats. Despite these setbacks, the concept of mood rings has endured. In fact, some people believe the concept of mood rings was so popular that they are now marketed to grade schoolers and nostalgic relics. Mood rings are sold in retail stores like Claire's and Horse Smarts, as well as online.

They were susceptible to moisture

Mood rings are popular because they can indicate your mood or circulation. If you have poor circulation, you'll notice a lower temperature in your rings. Moisture causes capillaries to move closer to the surface, raising your skin temperature. This is why wearing mood rings is not recommended. If you want to keep them looking their best, you'll need to know a bit about how to care for them.

While mood rings have a layer of thermochromatic liquid crystals behind a layer of glass, you should keep them dry as water can affect their color changing properties. Once wet, mood rings can turn black and lose their mood-changing properties. It's best to wear a metal that is highly resistant to moisture, such as Sterling Silver. This metal won't tarnish or corrode. But you should still keep your costume jewelry away from perfumes and water, and never swim with it on. If you're wearing a sterling silver mood ring, you should dry it carefully after swimming.


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