It was a bright sunny day and I was on bus stop waiting for my bus when a lady passed by me. I felt a layer of ache rising in my head when she walked across. It was nothing but the color of her dress that made my head to bang so bad.
OMG! A bright yellow dress in such a warm day…. It was literally exasperating.
Now you are thinking how can a color control mood, thinking and behaviors??
It’s simple and also scientifically proved that each color has its own properties with its own wavelength and frequency that’s why they have some effects on human thinking and behaviors. They communicate in that order to the body, the mind and the emotions and the essential balance between these three.
It’s time to explain YELLOW and its effects BEHAVIORS
The yellow wavelength is relatively long and basically exciting and is visible from a great distance. Therefore yellow is the strongest color, psychologically. The right yellow will lift our spirits and our self-esteem. It is the color of confidence and hopefulness.
Too much of it, or the wrong tone in relation to the other tones in a color scheme, can cause self-esteem to drop, giving rise to fear and anxiety.
When you wear brighter tones of yellow in sunny days, it is going to be more YELLOW. It is because of the color of sunlight which is also the same and it maximizes focusing property of yellow as it becomes double and sometimes 4 times in case of brighter tones.
Yellow is color of hope, confidence and creativity BUT only if the appropriate tone is used Otherwise it will result into a headache.
Wearing colors that don’t suit your own unique personality, style and physical coloring could have a very negative effect on your mood and on those around you. Choose the right colors for you and they can give you more energy, help you to feel happy and attractive and help you to be more focused.
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