Mood Ring Color Chart Meanings are shown on the Mood Ring Color Chart below.
Here are some of the most common mood ring color chart meanings and the associated emotions. The most common color for a mood ring to turn is between green and blue.
Fear, Nothing, Angst, Serious, Overworked, Stormy, Depressed, Intense
Anxious, Cool, Cautious, Distracted, Mellow, So-So
Stressed, Nervous, Mixed, Confused, Upset, Challenged, Indignant
Mixed Emotions, Restless, Irritated, Distressed, Worried, Hopeful
Normal, Alert, No Great Stress, Sensitive, Jealous, Envious, Guarded
Upbeat, Pleased, Somewhat Relaxed, Motivated, Flirtatious
Normal, Optimistic, Accepting, Calm, Peaceful, Pleasant
Deeply Relaxed, Happy, Lovestruck, Bliss, Giving
Love, Romance, Amorous, Heat, Mischievous, Moody, Dreamer, Sensual
Very Happy, Warm, Affectionate, Loving, Infatuated, Curious
Generally the mood ring will be a darkish color when cold….. and as the temperature of your skin heats up the ring you will see the mood ring changing color. The color of the mood ring will stabilise with the current temperature of your skin. If you get hotter or colder the ring will change color again.
You may notice when wearing a mood ring the most dramatic change in color will be when you first try the ring on. This is where you will see the beautiful color changing properties e.g. the ring changing from a dark color, through the oranges, greens and blues. Depending on which ‘mood’ you are in or body temperature the ring will stabilise in color. If while wearing the ring your ‘mood’ changes so will the color of the mood ring.
Mood jewelry can vary in respect to how well the jewelry changes color.
Here is an example or a Mood Ring Color Chart.