A loose-fitting ring is prone to be lost or fall unknowingly. To prevent that from happening, go through our story till the end.
Loop a small rubber band (preferably a transparent one) around your finger a few times to add thickness for the oversized ring to avoid slipping off.
Small and affordable plastic adjusters of different sizes can be placed inside the ring for temporarily resizing metal bands of any thickness.
If you need permanent resizing, take your ring to a professional jeweler. He will take a revised measurement of your finger and resize it accordingly for it to be as ready as new.
Avoid using nail polish, hot glue, or candle wax to temporarily resize your ring as they may ruin the metal quality.
Eternity rings with an entire circle of gemstones can’t be resized unless consulted with a professional. Likewise, hard metals, such as titanium, stainless steel, or tungsten rings can’t be resized.
If you don’t want or simply can’t get your ring resized permanently then get two metal beads soldered on your ring by a professional jeweler, it’s perfect for small size adjustment.
Another way to make small size adjustments is to get installed a metal strip on your ring by a professional jeweler that would spring back to its place when you put on the ring.
If weight fluctuations and changing weather often bother you with ring size, then instead of resizing, rather bear with it and stay cautious since it might not be the permanent solution.