Mood Ring Color Meanings Made Easy

Quickly Find Out Mood Ring Color Meanings Below

Want to easy figure out mood ring color meanings?

Check out this handy mood ring color meaning chart below. You will be able to compare your mood ring color with the range of color choices listed below and then easily read what that particular colors means in terms of how you are feeling

Mood rings are a fun and interesting trinket that can catch anyone’s attention. The tiny piece of jewelry will change colors according to the mood of the person who is wearing it.

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How Do Mood Rings Work?

Before we get into mood ring color meanings, let's take a minute to see how mood rings work.

How these actually work is that the mood ring changes colors according to the temperature.

As you probably already know your body changes temperature when you switch moods, anger will make your body hotter while sadness will cool the body down.

Mood rings contain a substance, usually in the form of liquid crystals that is called thermochromic element.

Now, this stuff is sensitive to temperature and changes color based on its temperature.. or in this case the temperature of the wearer of the ring.

When Were Mood Rings Invented?

Mood rings first came to light in the late 1960s, invented by a man named Marvin Wernick. Soon after in the 1970s they became very popular thanks to Joshua Reynolds, and were labeled as the fad of the '70s.

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Who Likes Mood Rings?

Mood rings have regained their popularity as of recently especially with the teenage crown. To wear a mood ring, bracelet, necklace or other such color changing jewelry has become a fashion statement.

Mood rings are cheap yet entertaining and attractive, because of this they are often bought as souvenirs, for friends, for children, or are given away in things like party favor bags. Of course, personal entertainment is always a good reason to buy a mood ring as well.

Mood Ring Color Meanings:

Without further adieu, let's get to the actually mood ring color meanings that you came here to see!

Below you will see a small sample of each color along with descriptive words that will tell you what moods/feelings each shade of color can mean.

You may not find the exact hue you are looking for so choose the color that is in the right range or your mood ring. In other words, if your teal is a little lighter on your mood ring than is shown here, don't worry about it, the meanings are still valid.

Black

  • Serious
  • Mysterious
  • Stressed
  • Angry
  • Intense
  • Overworked
  • Stormy
  • Upset

White

  • Astounded
  • Strained
  • Intense Fear
  • Confused
  • Indifferent

*If the temperature is too cold your mood rings can change white or gray without it meanings that you are feeling that way.

Brown

  • Anticipation
  • Heated Emotions
  • Jittery
  • Restless
  • Puzzled
  • Troubled
  • Worried
  • Fearful

Gray

  • Neutral
  • At Rest
  • Aloof
  • Little Emotion
  • Unconcerned
  • Sad
  • Depressed
  • Afraid
  • Worried

*If the temperature is too cold your mood rings can change white or gray without it meanings that you are feeling that way.

Sky Blue

  • Mellow
  • Collected
  • Radiant
  • Intuitive
  • Radiant
  • Genuine Concern

Dark Blue

  • Happy
  • At Ease
  • Fully Relaxed
  • Near Bliss
  • Content
  • Peaceful
  • Pleasant

Teal/Green

  • At Ease
  • Somewhat Relaxed
  • Upbeat
  • Surprised
  • Normal

Pink

  • Alright
  • At Rest
  • Mellow
  • Happy
  • Affectionate
  • Curious

Purple

  • In Love
  • At Peace
  • Balanced
  • Centered

Red

  • Allured
  • In love
  • Excited
  • passionate
  • Tense
  • Angered

Yellow

  • Hopeful
  • Excited
  • Expectant
  • Restless
  • Edgy
  • Mixed Emotions

Amber/Orange

  • Lovable
  • Emotional
  • Passionate
  • Concerned
  • Sincere
  • Nervous

Look Up Mood Ring Color Meanings Later

Mood ring color meanings may vary from source to source but overall the meanings should stay fairly consistent. You can bookmark this page to so you can always easy look up the color meaning of your mood ring or other type of mood jewelry.

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kidscrafts 4 years ago from Ottawa, Canada

Interesting article! I learn something new today:-)

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