What's Your Color?
Just as red sits on top of the rainbow, you like to stay on top of things. You have a zest for life. Remember that red can speed up the pulse, increase the respiration rate and raise blood pressure. It is associated with fire, heat, and blood, so it is impossible to ignore. And so are you (or would like to be).
The key words associated with red are winner, achiever, intense, impulsive, active, competitive, daring, aggressive and passionate. Red people are exciting, animated, optimistic, emotional and extroverted. Desire is the key word, they hunger for fullness of experience and living.
Now that you have all the good news, let's hear it for the bad news. Since you crave so much excitement in your life, routine can drive you bananas. Restlessness can make you fickle in your pursuit of new things to turn you on. It is hard for you to be objective and you can be opinionated. You have a tendency to listen to what others tell you and then do whatever you please. Patience is not one of your virtues.
However, you are an exciting person to be with, and always stimulating. The world
would be a dull place without red people.
This is a softened red, so it tempers passion with purity. It is associated with romance, sweetness, delicacy, refinement and tenderness. Pink people are interested in the world around them, but they do not throw themselves into participating with the ardor of the red person. Violence in any form is upsetting to you.
At one time, pink was considered exclusively feminine, like the frosting on a little girl's birthday cake, but more men are comfortable with pink now because it's no less macho to exhibit sensitive, so-called "feminine traits."
If you love pink, you are talented and have subdued drive, charm and warmth, and
are probably an incurable romantic. Pink people are friendly but tend to keep inner
Yellow is luminous and warm because it is strongly associated with sunshine. It sparkles with optimistic activity. Yellow people are highly original, imaginative, idealistic, creative, artistic and often spiritual. You love novelty and challenge and have an inquiring mind. You are a reliable friend and confidant. Your ambitions are often realized, and you usually have a sunny disposition.
You are often egotistical, however, and do not like to be second best. You can be
generous, but may be rather shy at heart and appear somewhat aloof as a result.
You may be impatient with other people's ideas if they seem less well thought out
than yours. You are genuinely concerned about the good of society, but generally
spend more time talking about it than actually doing anything about it! Yellow
people are perfectionists, but can also be joyful.
Orange is a combination of red and yellow, so it takes on many of the characteristics of both colors. It is vibrant and warm, like the autumn leaves. Orange has the physical force of red, but it is less intense, less passionate. Lovers of this color work and play hard, are adventurous and enthusiastic.
You are good-natured, expansive and extroverted with a disposition as bright as your favorite color, and you like to be with people. Your ideas are unique and you have strong determination. You are more agreeable than aggressive.
Orange people can be fickle. It has been said that your latest friend is your best friend. Orange lovers make for undependable mates--they're always looking for new worlds to conquer! Success in business can come easily to this gregarious, charming person.
If your preferences tend to the peach tones, you have all of the same traits as the
orange person, but you are much less assertive about it. You work hard, but your
play (especially sports) activities are more as an observer than a participant. You're
friendly and charming as well, but in a much more subtle way!
The color of Mother Earth is the hue that is associated with substance and stability. A preference for brown means you have a steady, reliable character with a keen sense of duty and responsibility. You are the down-to-earth person with a subtle sense of humor. Browns love simplicity, comfort, quality, harmony, hearth and home.
You are a loyal friend, understanding but firm. Brown people have strong views and may be intolerant of others who think, talk, or act too quickly. You strive to be good money managers (we won't say "cheap") and drive a good bargain.
You are the person who might find it difficult to be carefree and spontaneous but will often rebel internally against accepting things the way they are. You feel very uncomfortable about losing control, but will work hard to change a situation that seems unjust or unfair.
You'd make a good marriage partner and a good parent because you
have a strong need for security and a sense of belonging. Family life is
very important to you.
Beige people have many of the same characteristics as brown,
though they are probably less intense. Creamy beiges and honeyed tones
take on a lot of yellow qualities, while rosy beiges take on pink
characteristics. You are warm, appreciate quality, and are carefully
neutral in most situations. You are usually well-adjusted and practical.
Nature's most plentiful color promises a balance between warmth and coolness, so green people are usually stable and balanced types. This is the good citizen, concerned parent, involved neighbor and PTA member--the joiner of clubs and organizations. You are fastidious, kind and generous.
It is important for you to win the admiration of peers so you are often a "do-gooder." You are a caring companion, loyal friend, partner or lover, with a high moral sense, and are super sensitive to doing the right thing.
You are intelligent and understand new concepts. You are less inclined,
however, to risk something new than to do what is popular and
conventional. The bad news about green people is that they often have
big appetites for food. If you are dieting, it is difficult for you to lose your
lumpies. The worst vice for a green is the tendency to gossip. Are you a
little green with envy?
The color of tranquility and peace, blue tends to be the most preferred color universally. Although cool and confident (or wishing to be), blues can be vulnerable. You are trusting and need to be trusted. You are sensitive to the needs of others and form strong attachments, and are deeply hurt if your trust has been betrayed.
Blue people aspire to harmony, serenity, patience, perseverance and peace. You are somewhat social but prefer sticking to your own close circle of friends. You think twice before speaking or acting out. You are generally conservative, even tempered and reliable.
Because of the highly developed sense of responsibility of the blue
personality, you must be careful of perfectionist tendencies that may
make you unrealistically demanding. Your gentleness, however, will win
Since this is a marriage of the blue and green colors previously mentioned, many of the traits will be combined, but there are added dimensions. You are neat (to the point of fussiness) and well-groomed. You are sensitive, but also sophisticated, self-assured and (usually) stable.
You help others and usually manage your own affairs very well.
Courtesy and charm are characteristics, too. But narcissism is a key
word here. Teals love to dress up to get the admiration of others, but
along with admiration, you may also provoke some of the
This hue has an aura of mystery and intrigue. The purple person is enigmatic and highly creative, with a quick perception of spiritual ideas. Purple is often preferred by artists. People who like to consider themselves different from the common herd or unconventional often prefer purple.
You are often generous and, at times, charming. Purple is also associated with wit, keen observation, super sensitivity, vanity and moodiness. Because purple is a combination of red and blue, which are opposites in many ways, you often have conflicting traits. You are constantly trying to balance those opposites--the excitement of red with the tranquility of blue.
It has been said that purple people are easy to live with but hard to
know. You can be secretive, so that even when you seem to confide
freely, your closest friends never completely understand you.
People who love this tint use it sometimes to the exclusion of all other colors. Just as with purple, this person likes to be considered different. You are quick-witted, though usually not intellectual.
The lavender person seeks refinement in life. Yours is a fantasy land
where ugliness and the basic aspects of life are ignored. Outward
appearances are very important. Gentility and sentimental leanings also
go along with this color, as do romance, nostalgia and delicacy. Since
lavender is first cousin to purple, you may aspire to creativity, but if not
capable of it, you tend to encourage those who do have talent.
People who prefer this most neutral of all shades are carefully neutral about life. You like to protect yourself from the hectic world, wrapping yourself with the security blanket of a noncommittal color. You prefer a secure, safe, balanced existence, and so unlike the reds in life, you never crave real excitement, just contentment. It is important for you to maintain the status quo.
You have often made compromises in your lifestyles. You are practical
and calm and do not like to attract attention. You are willing to work
hard (the grey flannel suit) and to be of service. You are the
middle-of-the-road type, cool, conservative, composed and reliable.
This is rarely chosen as a favorite color because it is actually the negation of color. The person who chooses black may have a number of conflicting attitudes. You may be conventional, conservative and serious, or you may like to think of yourself as rather worldly or sophisticated, a cut above everyone else, or very dignified.
You may also want to have an air of mystery, or, as in the language of
the proverbial black negligee, be very sexy. Wit, cleverness, personal
security and prestige are very important to you.
White is cleanliness and purity, and those who prefer white are
neat and immaculate in their clothing and homes. You are inclined to be
a cautious buyer and shrewd trader, but critical and fussy. If you got a
spot on your tie or scarf in a restaurant, you would summon a glass of
water immediately to clean it off. White also signifies a self-sufficient
person and, occasionally, innocence. It is a recall of youth and