Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Colour and individual personality

Everybody has a favourite colour right, I dont think I've met a person that hasn't mentioned their own favourite colour preference. Firstly let's review what the colour psychology theoriest say are the meaning behind each colour:

Red is the color of intensity and passion ;
Green a colour that exist heavily in nature and meant to have natural calming affect, that that symbolizes rejuvenation and birth, signifyies fertility and good luck.
Orange a colour of natural balance and warmth;
Yellow a colour of optimism.
Black is a color of authority, power and beauty, that signifes elegance & control;
Purple described as the colour that the peacock affect of royalty;
Blue colour of calmness and relaxation, signifies trust, symbol of water;
White colour of balance, signifies simplicity;
Brown a color of earth and abundance.
Silver signifies elegant, loves futuristic looks, and cool
Dark Blue signifies a credible, confident, dependable personality.
White signifies a Fastidious personality
Vibrant Red signifies a sexy, speedy, high-energy and dynamic personality.
Dark Green signifies a traditional, trustworthy, well-balanced personality
Light to Mid-Blue Cool signifies a calm, faithful, quiet personality.
Bright Yellow-Green signifies a trendy, whimsical, lively personality
Yellow Gold signifies an iIntelligent, warm, loves comfort and will pay for it personality.
Deep Brown signifies a Down-to-earth, no-nonsense personality
Orange signifies a fun loving, talkative, fickle and trendy personality.
Deep Purple signifies a creative, individualistic, original personality
Neutral Gray signifies a sober, corporate, practical, pragmatic personality.
Black signifies a empowered, not easily manipulated, loves elegance personality while appreciates classics
Taupe/Light Brown signifies a timeless, basic and simple tastes personality.

So what color are you? Some psychologist do not believe in color and personality because the believe in upbringing,genetic and environment in influencing personality.

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