If you and your partner are thinking of getting married, chances are he’s on the hunt for the perfect, handmade engagement ring. And maybe he feels a lot of pressure to find just the right one. To make it easier, check out this sites for rings that will take your breath away. Scroll down to see more handmade engagement rings.

Who says that engagement rings have to be traditional diamond rings? And if you have a penchant for all things unique and handmade, Julie and Oliver is a company you’ll love.

The Marissa Flower Ruby Ring is not your stereotypical engagement ring, and it’s delicate and exotic feel is both fun and playful.

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The Art Deco Micaela Engagement Ring showcases a single ruby, with diamonds and sapphires encircling it to form a colorful mandala.

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For something truly romantic, Etsy shop ArtWark, has their Woodland Romance Fairy Engagement Ring. Where to begin? A chocolate and cinnamon colored solitaire diamond rests in the center, with hand-carved and diamond-filled leaves on either side.

Source: www.etsy.com/shop/artwark

MinimalVS is another Etsy shop that offers simpler designs that are still breathtaking, like this Baquette Engagement Ring, with cluster of diamonds set on a rose gold band.

Source: www.etsy.com/shop/MinimalVS

If you’re into rustic style, but still want a stunner, Ken and Dana Design, based in New York City, create handcrafted pieces from start to finish, like this Melinda Ring, with a branch-like band and a solitaire diamond.

Source: www.kenanddanadesign.com

Canadian-based jeweler, EidelPrecious, offers delicate feminine pieces, like this Heart Sapphire Rose Gold Engagement Ring – a perfect gift from your own sweetheart.

Source: www.etsy.com/shop/EidelPrecious

Do you have dry or oily skin this winter? Your face is dealing with lots of cold and chill this winter. These harsh elements can really dry out your skin. So, you might think the best thing to do is just keep lathering on creams and moisturizers to hydrate and nourish your skin. But you need to exfoliate, too. In fact, it’s the best thing you can do for your skin this winter. Here’s why.

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