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					First let us RECALL some facts about

What do you think different colours
Is that what you thought of???
 Colours make us feel pleasure or disapproval,
  hot or cold, to be attracted or repelled, our
  appetite stimulated or suppressed?
 other associations with colours are specific to
  a culture or regions
 Some believe that colours reflect your
The Meaning behind the colour
   The meaning behind the colour
Can you guess???
Introducing the colour pink…
 Pink is the color of happiness and is sometimes seen as
 Brighter pinks are youthful, fun and exciting while vibrant
  pinks have the same high energy as red. They are sensual
  and passionate without being too aggressive.
 They say toning down the passion of red with the purity of
  white results in the softer pinks that are associated with
  romance and the blush of a young woman's cheeks .
The Effects of the colour pink:
 Stimulates energy
 Can increase the blood pressure, respiration, heartbeat,
  and pulse rate
 Encourages action and confidence
 Pink has been used in prison holding cells to effectively to
  reduce erratic behavior.
Language of pink…
 tickled pink: to be happy.
 in the pink: in good healthpinking shears: scissors with
  serrated blades.
 a pink elephant: term to describe hallucinations during
 pinkie finger: the smallest finger on the human hand.
 Pink slip: notice that employment is ending.
 Pink collar: refers to a particular class of jobs once only
  filled by women.
Pink around the Globe…
 The pink ribbon is an internationally recognized symbol
  of hope and awareness in the fight against breast cancer.
 In Japan, the color pink has a masculine association. The
  annual spring blooming of the pink-blossomed cherry
  trees (the Sakura) is said to represent the young Japanese
  warriors who fell in battle in the prime of life (the
 Jaipur City is a foremost tourist attraction in India
  because of its superlative forts, grandiose palaces,
  vivacious temples, multicolored bazaars, pulsating streets,
  and its distinguished pink color to which the city owes its
  oft-used name "The Pink City".
 Marrakesh is refered to as the "Rose City" because of its
  salmon-pink colored buildings.
And its impressions are…
 European : Feminine colour, baby girls

 East India : Feminine colour

 Japan : Popular with both sexes

 Korea : trust

 Feng Shui : Yin, love
Pink Personalities:
 Pink : Romance, love, friendship, femininity, truth,
  passivity, good will, emotional healing, peace, calming,
  affection, emotional maturity, caring, nurturing, sweet
  tasting, sweet smelling, ethereal, delicacy.

 Pale pink : sweetness of youth, fragility

 Vibrant pinks : high spirits, energy, youth
And Something for you…
 Different personality types are believed to be influenced by
  different shades and tints of colours.
 Some of us have externally motivated personalities and are
  strongly influenced by our perception of what other people
  think and feel. Whereas internally motivated personalities
  are more self-contained.
 Each type can vary in the strength of the personality, either
  light or intense. This leads to four basic group types, each
  of whom relate favourably to a specific range of colour
  Which type are you?
Type 1 personality:
 If u are a lover of sunshine yellow, peach, cream, also
  aquamarine, turquoise, lilac, light grey and sky blue.

  Then you are Externally motivated, light and outgoing,
  enthusiastic and eternally youthful.
  Preferred colours: Warm toned (mainly yellow based)
  colours that are light in intensity
Type 2 personality:
 If you are a lover of powder blue, rose pink, plum, sage
  green, lavender, taupe, navy and oyster.

 Then you are Internally motivated, light, sensitive,
  artistically gifted, elegant and sometimes shy.
Type 3 personality:
 For lovers of Burnt orange, flame, butter yellow, burgundy,
  forest green, teal blue, peacock and warm browns.

 You are externally motivated and a more intense character.
  Interested in people, love of philosophical debate,
  passionate and efficient.
  Preferred colours: Warm and rich, shades rather than
  primary colours.
Type 4 Personalities:
  Crimson, shocking pink, lemon yellow, pistachio, midnight
  blue, royal purple, cyan and jade green

 You are internally motivated, strong and intense. A born
  leader, self-assured and objective. An instinct for style,
  demands quality and hates clutter.
  Preferred colours: Cool and strong. Primary colours,
  extreme tints and shades and includes black and white.
Really hope you Enjoyed my pink

Luv Pinkie

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