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Birthday Color - Blue

Language of Colors - Your Birth Color

Birthday Color - Blue - Language of Colors - Your Birth Color

February 4th - 8th February
May 1st - 14th May
August 5th - 13th August
Your birthday color is Blue

The Birth Color of everyone is defined by their date of birth. A Birthday color tends to speak about the general and characteristic personality features of the people, belonging to that specific Birthday color.

Blue symbolizes: You have low self-esteem, and very picky. You are artistic and like to fall in love, but you love with your mind and not your heart.

Blue: What the Color Says About You

February 4th - 8th February
May 1st - 14th May
August 5th - 13th August
Birth Color - Blue:

Blue is the color between violet and green on the optical spectrum of visible light.

You may be very hard to please and  have low self-esteem. You are artistic and like to fall in love, but you let your love pass by, by loving with your mind, not your heart.

Blue is serene, honest, rational and idealistic. Blue, the closest color to black, was observed by Goethe to be the most negative color. Many languages do not distinguish between blue and green: in Egypt, light blue was considered green and dark blue, black .Dark blue is more sociable and light blue is more spiritual.

Blue is the color of the sky and sea. It is often associated with stability and depth. Blue symbolizes trust, loyalty, wisdom, confidence, intelligence, faith, truth, and heaven.

Blue is considered helpful to the mind and body. It slows human metabolism and produces a soothing effect. Blue is strongly associated with calmness and tranquility. In heraldry, blue is used to symbolize piety and genuineness.

You can use blue to promote services and products related to cleanliness (cleaning liquids, vodka and water purification filters), air and sky (air conditioners, airlines, airports,), water and sea (mineral water and sea voyages). As opposed to emotionally warm colors like yellow, orange and red; blue is linked to awareness and intellect. Use blue to suggest exactness when promoting high-tech products.

Blue is a manly color; according to studies, it is highly accepted among males. Dark blue is associated with stability, depth, and know-how;  it is a preferred color for corporate America.

Avoid using blue when promoting cooking and food, because blue suppresses appetite. Warm colors like orange, red or yellow, when used together with blue can create high-impact, vibrant designs.

  • Light blue is associated with health, healing, peacefulness, understanding, and gentleness.
  • Dark blue represents authority, knowledge, integrity, and importance.

Shades of Blue:

These words are synonymous with or represent various shades of the color blue: baby blue, beryl, azure, cerulean, cornflower blue, cobalt, corporate blue, cyan, midnight blue, indigo, navy, Prussian blue,royal, robin's egg blue, sapphire, slate, sky blue, and steel blue.

Too much blue can create feelings of negativity, melancholy, unhappiness, self-centeredness and self-righteousness. Too little blue brings about qualities of depression, distrust, stubbornness, timidity, and undependability.

Other meanings associated with the color blue:

  • The terms "feeling blue" or "getting the blues" refers to the extreme tranquil feelings associated with blue, such as sadness.
  • The saying "out of the blue" is used in reference to something unforeseen.
  • The expression "singing the blues" references a person who is complaining about their conditions.
  • The phrase "true blue" stands for someone who is faithful, trustworthy and loyal.
  • The term "blueblood" refers to a person of superior, noble, or royal birth.
  • The saying "baby blues" is used to describe the depression that women feel after giving birth. It is frequently used in reference to post-partum depression.
  • A "blue ribbon" represents the best, number one or first place.
  • The expression "into the blue" means entering the unknown; not knowing what you’re walking into.
  • The phrase "blue Monday" means feeling gloomy, often the feelings experienced when the weekend is over and the workweek begins.
  • The term "blue laws" refers to laws that were originally passed to enforce precise moral principles.
  • The saying "blue language" refers to using bad language.
  • The "Bluebook" is known as a register of people of significance in social standing.The term Bluebook has been adapted by the car industry as the name of the registry listing vehicle values.
  • The Blues is a music style characterized by the occasionally sad and melancholy melodies.
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