Best Color Combinations To Use For Maximum Result
Have you ever wondered why certain color blends make you feel peaceful, while others lead you to action? Study supports the impression we've all felt
that colors affect our emotions, our viewpoints and our habits.
According to color psychology, color can hold a specific meaning, which is
either learned or is biologically innate. Its impact on habits is automatic:
distinguishing a color brings about an automatic evaluation in a person, which,
consequently, brings about habits that is driven by the color. This
means that it is possible to target your color blends to generate a
specific habits from your current, or your potential, audience.
Commonly used in the cosmetics industry, these color blends
depict a feminine quality. Pastel color blends are calming and peaceful
also, although they convey a warmth that is missing in muted color blends.
Blends that bring together traditional colors, colors identified with
royalty and wealth, and that are engrained in society, appeal to both
wealthier and older sectors of the population.
Cool colors can be put together with warm colors-- in small doses only, owing
to the potentially overpowering effect of warm colors. Neutral colors, such as
beige, brown, ivory, gray, white, can connect warm and cool colors extremely
You will use warm colors to excite and prompt your audience. However, you intend to use them judiciously, as these colors can provoke a wide range emotions, from optimism to violence. For this reason, you may tone down a warm
color blend with neutral colors, cool colors, or even the lighter spectrum of
warm colors, such as pink and pale yellow.
Colors that share the qualities of both cool and warm colors can both
calm and excite. These blends possibly used to connect with both a younger
and an older sector of the population. Neutral colors, described above,
can link otherwise clashing colors or they can act as a canvas to feature
color blends. The success in using color combinations also lies in your
awareness of the association of colors in the society you are trying to connect
with. In the West, black can be associated with death and mourning, while in the
East, white is the color of mourning. The most ideal color blends are those that get through to your audience and generate the response you seek. However, it involves more than just purely aesthetic considerations. Be aware that social interpretations of both color and color blends need to be taken into consideration to ensure that the color blends you customize are successful.
by Betty Reyyes