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Purple is the color for royalties. It stands for luxury, wealth, and sophistication. It is also the color of passion, romance and sensitivity. Purple is the third favorite color in terms of color preference after blue and green.
Purple is a rare color in nature. In ancient times, people used a certain species of shellfish to create purple dyes -- a meticulous process. Some people like purple decorations for its unusually posh and artistic look. To others, however, it just looks artificial.
Purple people are easy to live with but hard to know. They can be secretive, so that even when they seem to confide freely, their closest friends never completely understand them.
People who are attracted to purple are people who have an aura of mystery and intrigue. Purple is often preferred by artists. People who like to consider themselves different from the common herd or unconventional often prefer purple.
Because purple is a combination of red and blue, which are opposites in many ways, People who dislike purple often recognize their conflicting traits and are constantly trying to balance those opposites, the excitement of red and the tranquility of blue.
Purple is a bridge between warm and cold being a combination of red and blue.
Purple is considered a 'spiritual' color and when colors such as orchid, grape and lilac are used in e-book cover design they can communicate a unique individuality.
The eighteen to twenty-nine year old age group tend to see purple as sexy and the trendsetter group in society see it as a powerful and sophisticated color.
Dark purples are heavy and sometimes depressing unless they are offset with rich gold and deep reds.
Deep purple is associated with Royalty, wealth or richness and has been worn by kings, queens and emperors for many centuries.
Light purple is the color of lilacs and lavender evoking lighthearted, whimsical, romantic and nostalgic feelings.
Purple is frequently blended with sage, gold and taupe.
Purple (light, Pale): Sweet, sensuous, imaginative, feminine, aesthetic, ethereal.
Light Purple blends well with light yellows, pinks, corals and white.