World's Favorite Color
You don't have to be an artist to have a favorite color, most of us do. Find out what your favorite color reveals about you.
Blue is the color of water and sky. It's associated with stability, depth, intelligence, confidence, and truth. Physically, blue slows the human metabolism and calms. Blue is peaceful and tranquil and often used to advertise cleanliness, faithfulness, and professionalism. People who like blue are conscientious, self-controlled, and like to be admired for their wisdom.
Red is the color of power and emotion. It's associated with passion, lust, rage, courage, and strength. Physically, red increases the human metabolism, raises blood pressure, and draws attention of the eye, which it's found on stop lights and danger signs. People who like red tend to be impulsive and authoritative.
Green is the color of nature and growth. It's associated with freshness, safety, life, and fertility, but also envy and money. Physically, green calms the nerves and puts our mind at ease. Green is often used to indicate success or approval, and all-natural products. People who like green are peaceful, selfless, and sincere.
Purple is the color of royalty. It's associated with magic, nobility, mystery, luxury, imagination, and extravagance. Physically, purple suppresses hunger and stimulate creativity. Purple is especially rare in nature and often the favorite color of children. People who like purple are artistic, value the unconventional, and strive to be unique.
Orange is the color of fire. It's associated with energy, heat, enthusiasm, creativity, the fall season, and the tropics. Physically, orange can stimulate the sex organs, boost the appetite, and bolster the immune system. Orange is often used to advertise food. People who like orange are social and flamboyant. They like to have fun, but can also be fickle.
Black is the color of emptiness. It's associated with death, fear, elegance, formality, and prestige. Physically, black makes us silent; it's both comforting and mysterious. Black is often used in formal setting to suggest classiness and commonly denote grief, as in funerals. People who like black want to be seen as mysterious, reserved, and serious.
White is the color of light. It's associated with goodness, purity, innocence, elegance, perfection, safety, truth, and cleanliness. Physically, white brings about feelings of peace and comfort, but also potentially isolation. White is abundant in the medical industry because it's welcoming and underscores safety. People who like white value simplicity, perfection, and have the desire to recapture lost youth.
Pink, or magenta, is the color of ripeness. It's associated with sexuality, femininity, heat, and maternal love. Physically, pink soothes rather than stimulates (like red). Overuse of pink is physically exhausting. Pink is often used to advertise products and services to females. People who like pink are maternal, desiring protection, special treatment, and affection.
Yellow is the color of the sun. It's associated with happiness, energy, brightness, and warmth. Physically, yellow stimulates feelings of joy and generates muscle energy. Often attention-grabbing, yellow is used on taxi-cabs, toys, and street signs. Yellow is easily overused, which can make it nauseating. People who like yellow are playful, happy, imaginative, and free-thinking.
Gray is the color of stone and metal. It's associated with neutrality, caution, formality, sophistication, dullness, and depression. Gray is the only color to lack physiological affects. Gray is often paired with other colors, otherwise it feels to drab and evokes feelings of isolation. People who like gray are hardworking and often under-rewarded. They might also be trying to hide their true personality.
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