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Birthday Color - Yellow

Language of Colors - Your Birth Color

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

January 12th - 24th January
July 15th - 25th July
Your birthday color is Yellow

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.

Yellow symbolizes: that you are sweet and innocent and trusted by a lot of people. You make good decisions. You are usually the leader in relationships. You are always dreaming of a romantic relationship.

Yellow: What the Color Says About You

January 12th - 24th January
July 15th - 25th July
Birth Color - Yellow:

Yellow is the color of ripe lemons, butter and gold. In the spectrum of visible light, yellow is found between green and orange. It is a primary color in subtractive color.

Yellow is intellectual and communicative. It is used to produce detachment and reduce depression. Yellow is one of the most positive of colors, the opposite of blue, and the closest to pure light. Yellow is the symbol of the Sun in Egypt.

Yellow is the color of sunshine. It's connected with happiness, intellect, and energy.

Yellow produces a warming effect, awakens cheerfulness, inspires mental activity, and creates muscle energy. Yellow is often associated with food. The reason taxicabs are painted bright yellow is because this color is an attention getter. Yellow may have a disturbing effect when it is overused; it is known that babies cry more in yellow rooms. When yellow and other colors are placed against black, yellow is seen first. Yellow and black is often used to issue a warning. In heraldry, yellow indicates loyalty and honor. yellow was connected with cowardice.

Yellow is used to evoke cheerful feelings. You can choose yellow to endorse children's products and items related to relaxation. Yellow is used to highlight the most important elements of your design, it is very effective for attracting attention. Men usually observe yellow as a very lighthearted, 'childish' color, so it is not suggested to use yellow when selling expensive products to men - nobody will buy a yellow Mercedes or a yellow business suit. Yellow is an unbalanced and impulsive color, so avoid using yellow if you want to suggest stability and safety. Light yellow needs a dark color to highlight it because it tends to disappear into white. Shades of yellow are visually unattractive because they become dingy and loose the cheerfulness effect.

Words that represent different shades of the color yellow:

Mellow yellow, mustard, cream, saffron, yellow ocher, golden and lemon.

Meanings of the shades of yellow:

  • Dull (dingy) yellow represents cautiousness, deterioration, bad health, and jealousy.
  • Light yellow is associated with intelligence, freshness, and happiness.

Other meanings associated with the color yellow:

  • Today, yellow ribbons are still used to welcome homes loved ones. In the past yellow ribbons were worn as a sign of hope as women waited for their men to come home from war.
  • Referring to someone "yellow" or "yellow-bellied" is the same as calling them a coward.
  • The term "mellow yellow" stands for relaxation.
  • The phrase "yellow journalism" is in reference to careless or bad reporting.
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