Colours & Emotion For June 2018

Colours and Emotions
  1. Did you know that colour can help connect the neuropathways in the brain? When the right colour is found for a person's problem subject, it has been found that then the subject actually becomes a lot easier for the child. The student actually starts experiencing the joys of learning that subject. Children wearing coloured goggles that were made to complete pegboard tests were found to solve the tests much quicker when wearing goggles of their favourite colour.

  2. Children also react to colours on a physical level. In case you are wondering how, there is science behind it! The explanation is that the light enters the Hypothalamus which controls the nerve centres, as well as the respiration and heart rate. The wavelength and energy of each colour varies and affects children differently. What is interesting is that even new-borns react to light. This has been proven using blue light in the treatment of infant jaundice.

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Colours & Fashion For June 2018

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Floral eyeliner

Who said florals are only meant for clothing or curtains? Makeup artistry has gone to another level with floral eyeliner. So if you have got a good eye and a steady hand, do give it a try. Makeup artists have showcased their versions of the fun floral liner, some using bright colours and some using pastels. The look involves painting tiny, intricate flowers on the upper lash line for a colourful spring-ready look. You can try simple minimal floral designs to an all-out winged field of flowers. The choice is yours! It is a trend which is easy to achieve, even for beauty beginners.

 

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Colours & Gems For June 2018

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  1. Prehnite
    Take a look at this gemstone. It is called Prehnite. It is the first mineral to be named after a person, and it was also the first mineral to be described from South Africa, long before South Africa became one of the most important sources for precious and semi-precious gems. Its colour varies from soft apple green to yellow. The gem is believed to be a stone of unconditional love. It is known to bring peace and provide protection to its wearer. It is helpful for those who have a tendency to hoard materialistic possessions and for those finding it difficult to let go off these things. It is believed to alleviate phobias, deep fears, nightmares and healing the disease that creates them. It is known to be beneficial for hyperactive children.

  2. Demantoid Garnet
    Demantoid Garnet is the rarest of all the garnet varieties, and is valued by collectors for its extraordinary brilliance. The Garnet family is a complex group of minerals ranging in colour from red to orange and green. The rarest and most valuable Demantoid is from Russia. Owing to the latest finds in Namibia and Mozambique, this semi-precious stone is gaining popularity by stone collectors and investors worldwide.

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Colours & Nature For June 2018

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  1. Rosy Maple Moth
    Meet Dryocampa Rubicund - the rosy maple moth. It is a small moth native to North America. It belongs to the family Saturniidae, also known as the great silk moths. It was first described by Johan Christian Fabricius in 1793. The species is known for its striking pink and yellow coloration. It is covered in a coat of dense fuzz, which helps it to pollinate flowers more effectively. Males have bushier antennae than females, which enable it to sense female pheromones for mating. It is nocturnal and relatively small, with a wingspan of up to 5.2 cm.

  2. Fiery-Throat Hummingbird
    Take a look at this colourful bird. It is the Fiery-Throat Hummingbird. Males and females look similar in appearance and generally are green with blue tails. You can also catch a glimpse of the glistening golden-copper throat and the blue crown from a certain angle. Within the forest, it spends most of its time in the canopy, but comes much lower near edges and openings. It most often looks for epiphytic flowers by piercing long-tubed flowers or by using holes made by bees. Both sexes are known to be aggressive and defend flower territories when it is the non-breeding season. During breeding, males defend resource-rich flower patches and allow females to extract nectar from the flowers.

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