Blush (color)

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Blush is a medium bright tone of red-violet.

The first written use of blush as a color name in English was in 1590. [1]



Meaning of blush[change | edit source]

  • The color blush represents live theatre because it is a color often used for theatre makeup.


Tones of blush color comparison chart[change | edit source]

  • Light Lavender Blush (Lavender Blush Light) (Xona.com color list) (Hex: #FFF9FB) (RGB: 255, 245, 251)
  • Lavender Blush (web color) (Hex: #FFF0F5) (RGB: 255, 240, 245)
  • Pale Blush (Deep Blush Light) (Xona.com color list)) (Hex: #F4BBCF) (RGB: 244, 187, 207)
  • Light Pale Red-Violet (Xona.com color list "Pale Violet-Red Light") (Hex: #F0B7CD) (RGB: 240, 183, 205)
  • Light Blush (Blush Light) (Xona.com color list) (Hex: #DE98B2) (RGB: 222, 152, 178)
  • Light Rouge (Rouge Light) (Xona.com color list) (Hex: #D58EB5) (RGB: 213, 142, 181)
  • Blush Pink (Hex: #FE828C) (RGB: 254, 130, 140)
  • Bright Blush (Deep Blush) (Xona.com color list) (Hex: #E47698) (RGB: 228, 118, 152)
  • Pale Red-Violet (web color Pale Violet-Red) (Hex: #DB7093) (RGB: 219, 112, 147)
  • BLUSH (Crayola) (Hex: #DE5D83) (RGB: 222, 93, 131)
  • Deep Blush (Blush) (Xona.com color list) (Hex: #B44668) (RGB: 180, 70, 104)
  • Rouge (Xona.com color list) (Hex: #A23B6C) (RGB: 162, 59, 108)




References[change | edit source]

  1. Maerz and Paul A Dictionary of Color New York:1930 McGraw-Hill Page 190; Color Sample of Blush: Page 47 Plate 12 Color Sample A7

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