Diamond Review

Diamond Review

There are so many things to think about before writing a diamond review. Writing a diamond review is nothing like writing a review on your favorite restaurant or writing a negative review on a random nail salon. Writing a diamond review, focused on very small details that can turn into big things. For example a diamond that has a small black inclusion in the center of the diamond, even though it is very small it can have a huge effect on what the diamond looks like. Another thing that can change what someone would write in a diamond review is the color of the diamond. A slight tint of yellow can be the difference between a very nice and white diamond that blows everyone away with its brilliance and radiant, and a diamond that just sits on someones finger.


The obvious things that have to be looked at when writing a diamond review is the is the 4C’s of the  diamond. That is the Carat weight of the diamond, which is the size of the diamond. The cut of the diamond. It is especially important to pay attention to the cut of the diamond because a poorly cut diamond can make for example a 2 carat diamond  look like a 1.5 carat diamond. Spending a lot of extra money for a heavier diamond and all of the carat weight ends up the bottom where it can not be seen does not make a lot of sense. The third C  is for color, which the importance of color has already been mentioned. And the final C is clarity. Clarity is one of most important thing to look at when purchasing a diamond. A high clarity diamond has timeless beauty. This diamond can be passed down from generation to generation and will always look incredible.


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Of coarse there are also other things to look at when writing a diamond review. For example if someone is putting the diamond in a yellow gold setting. There is no need to spend a lot of extra money on getting the best color for the diamond because the yellow gold that the diamond will be sitting in will make the diamond look like it has a small hint of yellow. Therefore getting a G color and a litter better quality diamond is better than getting a D color with a lesser clarity diamond. Another factor is, sometimes a poorly cut diamond can make the diamond look bigger, if the diamond has a very wide cut. Even though it is not an ideal cut diamond, it might be what the person is looking for.


When writing a diamond review it is very important to look at all of the information of the diamond, the ring, as well as the customers preference. There are the obvious things to look at but as mentioned, everything has to be taken into consideration. Just looking at the diamond is not enough.


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Sean Gomez.

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