LET’S TALK ABOUT COLOR PSYCHOLOGY

Colors have a huge impact on our mood, feelings, emotions, behavior, physical appearance…. Have you ever felt sexy wearing red? Or does the color blue make you feel calm or relaxed?

WHAT IS COLOR PSYCHOLOGY?

Thus, in brief, color psychology is the study of how certain colors impact human behaviors. Which means that every color has its own meaning that impact us in the daily lifetime.

10 COLORS WITH THEIR ASSOCIATION.

1-BLUE: As y’all know blue is the color of the sky and the sea which represents:TRUST, LOYALTY, STABILITY, CALM, FREEDOM, and INTUITION.

2- RED: The color of blood and fire it represents: LOVE, SEXUALITY, PASSION, LUST and STRENGTH.

3- BLACK: In science black is the absence of light it represents: MYSTERY, ELEGANCE, POWER and SOPHISTICATION.

4- PURPLE: Ties to kings and queens date back to the ancient world, it’s a color that represents: ROYALTY, WEALTH, WISDOM, SPIRITUALITY, and BRAVERY.

5-GREEN: It’s a color relates to god and heaven it represents: LIFE, RENEWAL, HEALTH, and RESURRECTION.

6- YELLOW: It’s the color of sun, sunflowers, and canary … It represents: HAPPINESS, HOPE and SPONTANEITY.

7- ORANGE: It is the color of pumpKin, carrots, oranges, and a bunch of other vegetables and fruits it represents: JOY, CREATIVITY, SUCCESS, and WARMTH.

8- BROWN: It is often seen as solid, it represents: SAFETY, SECURITY and DEPENDABILITY.

9- WHITE: It is the true balance of other colors, it represents: PURITY and INNOCENCE.

10- GREY: Grey comes from being the shade between black and white it represents: NEUTRALITY, and BALANCE.

FUN FACTS ABOUT COLORS:

-A new study shows that blue is the art world’s most popular color.

-The main colors of art in painting or other fine arts are: RED, BLUE and YELLOW.

-The most favorite color in the world is blue, and yellow is the least favorite.

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