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Getting this right will help make your ring look like a million bucks, even if it’s a smaller gem. The light will help catch all the right angles or facets for your diamond or gem to shine at its maximum potential. Photo: @bensimondiamonds Cute prop ideas include holding a mug, holding hands with your partner, or announcing the news with your furry friend! Photo: Pinterest This means applying handcream to get rid of any potential dry flakes, keeping your nails trimmed and even, finding the right shade to match, and so on. Stick to neutrals, if you’re thinking of painting your nails. Think nude, pale pink, blush tones, so it doesn’t distract readers from your ring. Photo: @leeehar Avoid filters that change your skin tone or jewellery, or ones that dull or darken your bauble, unless that’s your style (i.e. you’ve been using the same filter for your feed all the while). Photo: @heidigibsondesigns You don’t want a bunch of things keeping the focus away from what’s important: your new bling. Photo: @paris_photographer If your hands are a little too veiny or wrinkly, apps like mobile photoshop and mei tu xiu xiu will remove the lines in a jiffy. But prepare for your big day with moisturising hand cream as much as possible, as they will be photographed too, especially during the ring exchange. Photo: Pinterest When everyone is wearing the ring the normal way, you change the game and become the trend. Image: @the.ring.lover / Instagram Don't leave out your partner on this joyous occasion, because an engagement takes two! Image: @amardiamonds / Instagram