Color Meanings: What Color Are You? Personality and Symbolism
Pick Your Favorite Color and then See What It Means Below
What is your favorite color?
What Does Your Favorite Color Mean?
What color are you? Have you ever wondered if your favorite color has a meaning? More often than not it does, and a harmless question from somebody about your favorite color can say a lot about your personality. Have more than one favorite color? Usually one tends to dominate the other, whether in your wardrobe, paint scheme, artistic drawings or other manner. Look closely, you will be able to see that some colors are more prominent than others in your life. (Unless you own a rainbow tye-die t-shirt. Don’t count that as a determining factor!)
Meaning of the color BLACK
Black – Black is not a color. It is the absence of one, however that does not mean a person has no personality if they like black. It symbolizes fear and a bad experience. For some black means rest and mystery. A person who likes black has a calming presence.
Meaning of the color BLUE
Blue- Blue is an honest color. People who pick this color are usually truthful and stable. They are tranquil and have a fierce loyalty. They are protective, calm, and confident.
Meaning of the color BROWN
Brown – people who choose this color are stable in their lives and more resilient to challenges. They are reliable and can provide a lot of comfort to a mate. They are simple in their manner and value friendship.
Meaning of the color GRAY
Gray – People who love gray are not usually argument starters. They do not pick sides and tend to remain neutral in most of their decisions however if an issue is dear to them they will pick and choose sides. They are timeless and generally quiet. They believe in quality over quantity and are otherwise very practical yet reserved people.
Meaning of the color GREEN
Green- People who love green are closely in tune with nature. They love hikes, outdoor sports and a breath of fresh air. They are refreshing in their personality. They tent to be envious, but they are lively and generous.
Meaning of the color ORANGE
Orange – Ambition and energy characterizes this color. People who love orange are usually flamboyant and have a lot of enthusiasm. They are expressive and generally in a good mood, and like to think and expand on creative ideas.
Meaning of the color PINK
Pink – People who pick pink are fun and outgoing, but often have a soft relaxing vibe to their personalities. They are usually very feminine and bright in their manner. If the person prefers a light pink instead of a darker pink they tend to be more sweet and delicate and a compassionate friend.
Meaning of the color PURPLE
Purple- This color symbolizes spirituality and royalty. It is associated with mystery as well as wisdom. These people usually are respectful to others around them and ask for respect. They are confident in their financial future and do not usually depend on others to carry out their tasks.
Meaning of the color RED
Red - People who choose red are extroverted. A bad temper sometimes characterizes these people, but red can also mean prosperity and joy. Red symbolizes a person who is passionate about love, but also lives under the ruling of Mars which is known as the God of War and symbolizes aggression
Meaning of the color WHITE
White- White represents innocence and love. Technically white is not one color, but a combination of all of them. It means wholesomeness and fulfillment. People who generally choose this color are at peace with themselves and are spiritual. They like new beginnings and new projects to work on.
Meaning of the color YELLOW
Yellow – People who choose yellow are always on the go! They love action, optimism and are happy most of the time. Sunshine is energizing for these people and they are usually associated with youth and imagination.
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