Colours & Emotion For January 2018

Colours & Emotion
  1. There are studies that show that some colours influence the way others feel about you. So the question is whether you are sending the right colour message? When you wear a certain colour, choose a shade that will help you all through the day, giving you what you need to be your very best, whether a calming effect, a sense of confidence, increasing respect or some inspiration. The colour purple generates feelings of self-respect, dignity and self-worth. It is considered a royal colour and is associated with kings and queens, wealth and extravagance. Individuals who wear this colour or use it in their surroundings are drawn to its creative and spiritual qualities. It is a good colour to send a message out to the world that one is unique and special. This is a wrong colour choice if you want to blend in among others and not stand out.

  2. White exudes a fresh, bright outlook, and represents cleansing and new beginnings. Putting on clothes in this colour makes one feel like being given an opportunity to start the day with a clean slate, as long as it has not taken on any discoloration from too much laundering.

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Colours & Fashion For January 2018

Colours & Fashion

Aztec prints add a lot of dimension and character to a look. It can be paired with many different pieces and it instantly adds that artsy vibe. Wondering how it came into being? It is not just an ordinary print; it has an important history. Ancient Aztec clothes were introduced to the world by the tribal people who formed the Aztec Empire in Central Mexico, particularly those groups who spoke the Nahuatl language and who dominated large parts of Mesoamerica from the 14th to 16th centuries! This print has succeeded in making its mark all over the world and is seen in clothing as well as accessories.

 

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Colours & Gems For January 2018

Colours & Gems
  1. Apatite is a gemstone mineral produced and used by the human body. It is named from the Greek word 'apate', meaning 'deceit', since Apatite is similar in appearance to many other minerals. It is a mineral that is cut as a gem when found in clear crystals. It has a hardness of 5 on the Mohs scale and is brittle. It is the most common phosphate mineral, and is the main source of the phosphorus needed by plants. The bones and teeth of most animals, including humans, are composed of calcium phosphate, which is the same material as Apatite. Apatite is a 'collector's gem' rather than a jewellery gem.

  2. Benitoite is a rare barium titanium silicate mineral found at a few locations around the world but in gem quality in only one location in San Benito County, California. Infact, it is the state gem of California. It is a rare blue barium titanium silicate mineral, which is found in hydrothermally altered serpentinite. Benitoite fluoresces under short wave ultraviolet light appearing bright blue to bluish white in colour. The more rarely seen are clear to white Benitoite crystals that fluoresce red under long-wave UV light.

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Colours & Nature For January 2018

Colours & Nature
  1. Meet the Cecropia Moth (Hyalophora cecropia Linnaeus), the largest moth in North America. It is referred to as silkworm moths. It is a member of the Saturniidae, which is a family of moths prized by nature-lovers and collectors alike owing to their large size and colourful patterns. It is arguably one of the most beautiful moths. Both adult females and males flaunt a spectacular display of bold colours, including red, black, orange, white, grey and shades of lavender. Females have thinner and smaller antennae than males. It prefers deciduous trees as its host plants and fruit trees are its favourite.

  2. Take a look at Eclectus. It is a very friendly and intelligent bird species. It is called as sexually dimorphic, which means that you can tell the sex of the bird by the colour of its feathers. Male Eclectus is a stunning emerald green colour, with bright orange beaks and red and blue under its wings. The females, by contrast, are mostly bright red, with black beaks and deep purple markings on its chests and tails. Earlier, this bird was thought to be an entirely different species. If you wish to keep it in your home as a pet, note that it demands proper attention and time.

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