Colours & Emotion For August 2020

Colours and Emotions
  1. Hair Colour

    With hair salons shut, people have resorted to chopping their long locks with craft scissors or dyeing their hair in a fun colour like blue, pink or brown with box dye. Browse social media platforms and you will see thousands of those practising social distancing flaunting fun hair makeovers. Wondering why? According to psychologists, going for a change such as a hair cut can make one feel good. It can serve as an emotional outlet and give one a sense of accomplishment in these weeks of isolation. So if you are thinking of giving your hair a new ‘do during the quarantine period, go ahead and experiment!

  2. yellow colour wall Ideas

    Colours have the power to distract a child or enhance a child's learning potential. It has been observed that young kids love bright colours while middle school children love greens and blues. High school students are seen to prefer dark colours like dark green, violet and navy blue.

    With schools taking online classes for children owing to the pandemic, it is a good idea to paint their rooms in colours like blue, red or yellow to enhance their productivity, stimulate brain activity and unleash their creativity.

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Colours & Fashion For August 2020

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Selecting Clothes

Do you have a job interview from home? While deciding on what to wear, it is a good idea to go with solid colours over fine patterns like stripes, polka dots, or gingham. Patterns can be distracting on camera, especially when the interviewer can only see you from the chest up. Many shades of blue like sky blue, royal or navy blue look great on video but steer clear of yellow, orange, pink and red as they can be quite distracting. Make sure the background of your interview is not too jarring either. Choose a backdrop with wall paint in a soothing shade and you are ready to impress!

 

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Colours & Gems For August 2020

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  1. Pearl

    Mother of Pearl
    The object in the picture is called Mother of pearl, also known as "MOP.” It is the thin inner nacreous layer of a mollusk shell. It can be white, cream, or grey with a beautiful iridescent play-of-colour. It is considered a protection stone and is believed to bring the gentle healing power of the sea. It is known to be a stress-relieving stone, helping soothe human emotions. If you love the lustre of this gemstone, you can give a stylish pearl-like finish to your precious walls with a wall colour in a cream or a beige shade.

  2. Celestite

    Celestite
    This lovely blue crystal that you are looking at is called Celestite. The meaning of its name comes from the Latin 'coelestis', which means 'heavenly'. This refers to the lovely blue colour of these stones and the way they make such a heavenly angelic connection. A cluster of this lovely blue stone in your room is perfect for your emotional state as it is calming and uplifting. When it comes to dysfunctional relationships, take the time to deeply connect with this gemstone in daily meditation practice.

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Colours & Nature For August 2020

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  1. Dwarf Gourami

    Dwarf Gourami
    We bet you are mesmerised looking at the iridescence of the fish! This fish comes in all colours of the rainbow. If you are looking to make your aquarium stand out, this is the perfect fish. Known as Dwarf Gourami, this fish is a low maintenance fish that displays truly unique behaviour, taking down its prey like a hunter. Otherwise, a peaceful and shy fish, if in a pair, it can be seen swimming together. The male is a bright orange-red with turquoise blue vertical stripes till the fins. The females are pale, silvery blue-grey with faint yellowish vertical stripes.

  2. Coreid Bug

    Coreid Bug
    This little bug that you are looking at is known as Coreid bug. It is also called a footed insect or squash insect, one of the 2,000 widely spread insect species that are often considered plant pests. The Coreid bug is common throughout the eastern United States west to the Great Plains. It feeds on a variety of wild and cultivated plants, destroying roses, citrus, and other fruits and ornamentals. When young, it has a varied colouration that ranges from light-yellow to orange to bright red. Its body appears round rather than flat. You may also notice a couple of black spots down the middle of its back towards its bottom. Interesting colour combination, isn’t it?

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