Colours & Emotion For July 2014

Colours & Emotion
  1. Warm colours like orange and yellow are known to bring about feelings of contentment, hope and energy. Too much of yellow and orange can also irritate the human eye, and too much of red is believed to increase a person's appetite!

    Name some famous fast food restaurants and the colour red and yellow is sure to pop up in your mind. McDonald's or KFC, anyone?! And let's not forget the world famous Coca Cola red!

  2. Known as the colour of the mind, blue has the most soothing effect on us and our thoughts. Whenever we require concentrating on something, a lighter shade of blue immensely helps us in achieving it.

    Blue is the colour of our skies and oceans, and as such, is a colour that we immediately trust as it has been such a constant in our lives. Thus, it invokes a sense of familiarity and calm.

    #FunFact Several studies across the world have also discovered that blue is world's favourite colour!

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Colours & Fashion For July 2014

Colours & Fashion

Black is often the most worn colour to suppress and protect emotions. White, on the other hand, highlights any colour worn with it, and when used alone, symbolizes a clean palate - completion, purity, cleansing, and strength!

The seductive power of black works its full force in this never ending gown weaving subtlety and sensuality together.

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Colours & Gems For July 2014

Colours & Gems

Colours, in essence, are vibrations of light, and the shades seem varied in different lights. Like colours affect our senses, gemstones affect our lives; the traits of the colour have an influence on the gemstones and should be accordingly used. For instance, red gemstones are used to enhance strength, vitality and will power.

 

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Colours & Nature For July 2014

Colours & Nature
  1. Often in life, we keep putting off living to the next day, but nature in its own beautifully subtle way reminds us to not miss all the beautiful colours of the rainbow looking for that elusive pot of gold!

    Gold is a precious metal found at natural spots all over the earth and ocean. It's interesting to note that gold is the colour that symbolises success, abundance and victory. The psychology of gold has always been implied prosperity, luxury, prestige and elegance.

  2. Nature can give any master-painter a run for their money with one stroke of its colour setting the sky aflame at sunset or magically transforming a familiar landscape into a snow-white wonderland or by painting beautiful autumn colours on trees, or a clump of daffodils in the grass with glow of soft sunlight.

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