Pastel and neon colours have always been my favourite! It’s really difficult to explain why, especially when I am a designer, but I am not a massive fan of plain bold colours! Colours are there to be playful with! Colours are to calm us, inspire us, give us an energetic boost or simply to enjoy them!
A few more facts about pastel purple colour :
Pastel Purple comes from family of Purples of course but there is so many shades of this colour, so if you’re not familiar with it, here are the names of the more popular shades of pastel purple family (how weird that sound!)
Dark Pastel Purple generic topamax ingredients
French Lilac Medium lavender Magenta
English Lavender Mountbatten Pink
Lavender Purple(web) Old Lavender
Lavender Web Opera Mouve
Light medium orchid Pale Lavender
Light pastel purple Pastel Violet
Light Orchid Purple Mountain Mejesty
Lilac Peri Winkle
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Now, here are a few other facts you may not know… So, the name? I was always interested how all these things got their name? Like ”Oh hey this looks like purple” Does it? Well, the word ‘purple’ comes from the Old English word purpul but has its roots in Latin purpura but in turn from the Greek ??????? porphura!
Many people confuse Purple and Violet but these are 2 different colours! Issac Newton was the guy behind Violet where Purple is achieved by mixing red and blue together. Pure violet cannot be accurately reproduced by the Red-Green-Blue (RGB) color system, the method used to create colors on a television screen or computer display.
Bold purple colour has been worn by Roman Emperors and magistrates, and later by Roman Catholic bishops. Also this colour is associated with royalty and richness. Often used in Luxury hotel interior spaces! In addition according to psychology of shopping, the colour purple encourages clients to buy more, so this colour is great to use in retail design!
Pastel colour in your wardrobe and nails should perfectly complement the interior of your apartment, it’s a must I always believe that colour coordination doesn’t end on the outside The secret is to blend it, in a unique and discreet way!
I love Pastel Purple Hair! I wish I could be a teenager again and be able to dip dye my hair like that!..and of course the nails!! Just pure love from me..
The methods of dip dyeing hair like that are multiple and Google is full of ideas! When I was a teenager with red ends-inspired by Christina Aguilera (eh I miss that time!) I have used Directions pot, I know they do a million and 1 colours and the colours stay up to 2 weeks. Another temporary method is hair chalk availble on ebay. Plenty of methods!