Color. We’re surrounded by it. Whether it’s our makeup, our wardrobe, or our home decor, different hues and shades are all around us. While we may not recognize it, color has more influence on us than we think.
Have you ever thought that orange shirt you love does more than just compliment your skin tone?
Or have you ever considered that brightening up your home decor can do more than just lighten up your living room?
It can be easy to get stuck in your comfort zone surrounding yourself with the same colors day-by-day. With all the benefits that can come from incorporating different colors into your life, there’s no time like the present to ditch those safe colors and start coloring up your life (literally!).
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Yellow: We most often associate the color yellow with the sun, lemons, and for being the brightest hue of the rainbow. With that being said, it should come as no surprise that seeing the color yellow inspires happiness and optimism. One of the easiest places to incorporate more yellow into your life is through your home decor. Next time you’re thinking of revamping your kitchen or bedroom, opt for a bright yellow paint color or brighten up your space with a bold yellow rug!
Orange: Whether it’s eating a clementine or staring at a gorgeous orange sunset, orange is another bright hue of the spectrum that can initiate all kinds of benefits. Not only does orange draw feelings of excitement and enthusiasm, there have also been studies that orange helps to boost socialization and increase oxygen supply to the brain. The next time you’re going flower shopping, opt for marigolds or orange roses. Their bright hues will be sure to liven up any room you put them in.
Red: Undoubtedly, one of the boldest colors in the spectrum is red. With it’s vivid hues, it’s no surprise that seeing red inspires feelings of passion. One of the best ways to incorporate more red into your life is through a bold red lip. Whether you want to sport the look at a boardroom meeting or for a night out on the town, applying a red lipstick to your look will be sure to turn heads!
Pink: The color most often associated with little girl baby showers and Valentine’s day, pink is a color that inspires kindness and is known to have a calming effect on nerves. With Spring around the corner, one of the best ways to incorporate more pink in your life will be through your wardrobe. Whether it’s through a bright pink dress or a pair of blush flats, wearing pink pieces from your wardrobe will not only brighten your day, you’ll be brightening up the day for those you surround yourself with.
Purple: On the darker end of the spectrum, purple is one of the most popular colors we see. Not only have studies shown that the color purple helps to calm the mind, it’s also been shown to uplift us and trigger creativity. With its vivid color, one of the best ways to display purple is through your physical appearance. Next time you feel like making a change to your hair color, think outside the box and dye your hair a vivid shade of purple from a company like oVertone. Hair color company, oVertone makes hair colors every shade of the rainbow so no matter what color you might be feeling, any shade is possible.
Blue: As one of the darker shades of the rainbow, certain shades of blue are seen as calm and serene while also inspiring trustworthiness. Because blue has been seen as a color that helps alleviate the mind of worries and fear, including more blue into your life is a sure way to integrate more relaxed feelings in your lifestyle. One of the most popular ways we see blue integrated is through our home decor. Whether it’s through a comfy blue couch or indigo colored bed sheets, using blue for your home decor will help with your health and will also be aesthetically pleasing.
What are some ways that you incorporate different colors into your life?
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