I sat thinking in my house one day and then the thought came that for no apparent and justifiable reason we Women they say are attracted to the color Pink, so I decided to come up with this article to help us identify some of the shade of pink that there we can easily lay our hands on in Nigeria.
There are about a million or so shades of pink going by the RGB color-coded but there are about 29,000 shades known to man. 29,000 key? Who has the time to learn all those shades? Please, we cannot come and die according to Toke Makinwa so invariably here are top shades of a pink well and widely known in Nigeria today. Make sure to learn to identify so when next your friend accosts you to buy her aso-Ebi with a strange description of pink you can put a name to it.
It is going to be in a series but here are 15 shades you should know this week
2. Fuschia pink
Fuchsia is a vivid purplish red color, named after the color of the flower of the fuchsia plant, which took its name from the 16th-century German botanist Leonhart Fuchs.
3. Bubblegum Pink:
This is the color of most bubblegum
4. Barbie pink
This shade of pink is a little bit lighter than the Hot Pink.
5. Blush pink
Synonymous with the flowering Dogwood, the Dogwood-Pink is a reddish kind of pink.
7. Flamingo pink
Just as the name implies they are rosy pink like colors often found on flamingos.
8. Cerise pink:
This is a deep to vivid reddish pink color.
The color name pink lace for this pale tone of rose pink. This color is suggestive of the color of some women’s lingerie.
10. Baby pink: It is a light shade of pink commonly used for baby girls
On the RGB color wheel, magenta is the color between rose and violet, and halfway between red and blue
12. Rose pink:
13. Strawberry pink
14. Carnation pink:
Carnation pink is a color that resembles the flower color of a carnation plant. The carnation plant is a flower that comes in various colors.
15. Cameo Pink: