Powder blue

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Powder blue is a pale shade of blue. It is a darker shade of alice blue. It is similar to azure. Similar to most colors, powder blue does not have a defined hue or saturation. In the 1650s, powder blue was powdered smalt (cobalt glass). It was used in laundering and dyeing. It came to be used as a colour name from 1894.

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Shades of powder blue
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