Colours & Emotion For December 2014

Colours and Emotions
  1. Some emotions are pleasant, while some are not, and nervousness definitely falls in the category of a not so pleasant emotion, especially when you are about to go on stage. It is common for many of us to develop cold feet just when we are about to go on stage to present a speech or any other performance. The right cure to your bouts of nervousness lies in the colour turquoise. This colour is known to aid in clear thinking, enhances concentration and calms the nervous system. So, the next time you go on that stage, print your speech on a turquoise piece of paper which will make sure you give an impeccable speech by balancing your state of mind.

     

  2. In today's day and time, there will be hardly anyone who does not use smileys as an intrinsic part of their conversation. And talking of smileys, have you ever wondered why they are always yellow in colour? Well, the answer lies in the fact that the colour yellow helps the brain in releasing the chemical, Serotonin, which is responsible for producing a happy mood. A popular saying also says that the colour yellow can charm the Gods. Thus, judging by yellow's capacity to charm and cheer up, it is only natural that we humans perk up at the first sight of this bright and vivacious colour!

     

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Colours & Fashion For December 2014

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Don't let the barren winters rule the mood of your wardrobe. Invest in some vibrant accessories or statement pieces which will give your look a cheery lift without burning a hole in your pocket. The first colour that you need to incorporate in your wardrobe is a dense red shade, something similar to the recent Versace ads. It is the ultimate wow colour; add subtle tinges of orange or purple but ensure it doesn't get too intimidating and dominate your ensemble. We suggest you start with smaller pieces like accessories, a pleated skirt or a shoulder bag to begin with. Another darling colour to jazz up your wardrobe would be a metallic bronze shade, which is shiny but not sparkly, and will add just the right amount of dazzle to your look.

 

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Colours & Gems For December 2014

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  1. Moonstone is perhaps one of the prettiest gemstones available and its rather distinct name has an interesting story behind it. It is believed that the gemstone is named so because the ancient Romans believed that the shimmering rock was formed from frozen moonlight and named it moonstone. It is one of those gemstones which is rarely found in its true form and is becoming rarer by the day. Originally, the moonstone is a perfectly clear and colourless body with a blue sheen but the rainbow moonstone found in India and Madagascar ranges from pink to purple, to yellow, peach and blue in colour.

  2. Peridot, historically also called Olivine, is a beautiful gemstone with a lovely shade ranging from lime green to olive green. Its beautiful colour is a result of its iron content because of which it is also used for cellular rejuvenation, as well as for reducing problems associated with ageing. The vibration of this gemstone helps in increasing the magnitude of desired things. So, it is widely used by people to bring about an improvement in attributes like confidence, patience and clarity of thought. It is not only a lovely looking stone but is also known to enhance happiness and prosperity among its users.

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Colours & Nature For December 2014

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  1. When we think of the colour green, the first image that comes to our mind is of lush green foliage, which is perhaps one of the most beautiful sights that nature has to offer. The colour green is not restricted to only flora and fauna in nature and a variety of animals of green colour are a sight to behold too. One such spectacular example is the garden insect. This insect has a shiny jewel like appearance and an oily exterior surface, which makes its green hue glow. On a closer inspection, you can see that it is not only green but a dazzling blue-green colour which adorns its body.

  2. The inevitable sign marking the arrival of spring is the sight of blossoming trees and the dull colours of winter giving way to the cheerful colours of spring. In Denmark, though there is more to spring than simple blossoms all around, around half an hour before sunset approximately more than a million European starlings gather together in the sky to form some amazing formations. This phenomenon is known as the Black Sun in Denmark and can be observed during early spring throughout western Denmark. These starlings spend the entire day gathering food from the meadows and as soon as the day begins to set, they fly into the sky to make these beautiful formations.

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