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 | change source]

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


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

Name Color HEX Code Red Green Blue Hue Sat Lum Source
Light Lavender Blush #FFF9FB 255 245 251 340° 100% 99% Xona.com color list (Lavender Blush Light)
Lavender Blush #FFF0F5 255 240 245 340° 100% 97% web color
Pale Blush #F4BBCF 244 187 207) 339° 72% 85% Xona.com color list (Deep Blush Light)
Light Pale Red-Violet #F0B7CD 240 183 205 337° 66% 83% Xona.com color list "Pale Violet-Red Light"
Light Blush #DE98B2 222 152 178 338° 51% 73% Xona.com color list (Blush Light)
Light Rouge #D58EB5 213 142 181 327° 46% 70% Xona.com color list (Rouge Light)
Blush Pink #FE828C 254 130 140 355° 98% 75% Xona.com color list
Bright Blush #E47698 228 118 152 341° 67% 68% Xona.com color list (Deep Blush)
Pale Red-Violet #DB7093 219 112 147 340° 60% 65% web color Pale Violet-Red
Blush #DE5D83 222 93 131 342° 66% 62% Crayola
Deep Blush #B44668 180 70 104 341° 44% 49% Xona.com color list
Rouge #A23B6C 162 59 108 331° 47% 43% Xona.com color list




References[change | change 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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