Yellow is essentially a colour that used to be mostly despised from time immemorial as it’s a colour that denotes jealousy. However, times have changed, and for the better, as this colour is no longer despised but adored universally in view of its special appeal that sets it apart from the crowd. It has a unique character and is Spring’storchbearer that dazzles with many bright yellow flowers.
In terms of colour psychology, yellow connotes knowledge, referring to more and more decision-making from the head, not the heart. It also promotes rational thinking, but can make you creative and cheerful as well. Too much of yellow, however, is believed to cause anxiety, agitation or a confrontational attitude among people.
Different shades of yellow:
Once, my professor jokingly commented ladies couldn’t be colour blind as they have the power of making even the slightest colour differentiation. It’s very true that ladies in general have a much keener sense of colour than their male counterparts. There are about 32 shades of yellow that are slightly different from each other, such as Amber, Apricot, Aureolin, Belga, Buff and so on that stand truly amazing in terms of colour variations. Each shade can further be explored with other base colours like green etc. for developing some more variants. One such popular variant is yellow-green. On the whole, it is recommended to be worn along with other colours so as to make the colour yellow more vivid and live.
Who should choose to wear yellow?
As the psychological character of the colour suggests bright and intellectual people should choose to wear it, yet it’s not uncommon for jovial and agile people to wear this colour along with green, violet or any other bright shade that can bring out the rich quality of yellow. The blanket advice on this is that relatively fair- complexioned ladies should wear yellow with a view to realize the full potential of this dramatic colour.
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