Primary colors are those which cannot be created by mixing other colors in a given color space. 

Here’s how you can create your own primary colours looks❤️💛💙

❤️Look 1:  Red tea length dress with bold hoops, red statement heels and everyone’s favorite red lipstick!

💛Look 2: Yellow dress with a yellow layered piece added on with yellow heels and a simple yet sophisticated earrings.

💙Look 3: A blue causal dress with blue heels added with some statement hoops!




Red stands for many things, all of them potent. Red is romantic love, and its physical passion. Red is violence, anger, and aggression, and it frequently indicates danger. Paradoxically–for a color associated with action and energy–red is universally used as the color that means “stop.” Red is used professionally to capture attention, elicit emotion, and convey confidence.

Positive Associations

We think of vitality, the life-giving power of blood, and helping people in need (think American Red Cross.) We give red roses when we’re in love, and call simply outstanding experiences “red letter days.” Red calls us to action, gets us motivated, and wearing red lets people know we feel confident and ready to take on the world. Red is also associated with luxury–a red Ferrari and the soles of Louboutin shoes declare that a person has achieved material success.

Negative Associations

Just as blood can be associated either with its life-giving properties or with violence, red is also paradoxically affiliated with notions of violence, danger, and anger.Matadors use red capes not to attract the attention of the bulls they fight (since bulls are colorblind,) but rather to hide the bloodstains of their gory sport. Red can indicate anger beyond what reason can contain–”seeing red”–and red flags indicate (or should) when something’s wrong with a person or a situation. Red is also associated with financial loss.

In Feng Shui

The most auspicious color in feng shui, the power of red is obvious. Red can be used to invite prosperity, wellness, and luck. Red is related to fire energy, fame, and passion.


Yellow is absolutely invigorating. It stimulates our nerves, glands, and brain, making us more alert and energized. Yellow boosts our memory, and it encourages communication. It’s a color that promotes activity and interaction.

Positive Associations

We associate yellow with warmth, sunshine, and positivity. Bright yellow is an attention-getter, and its contrast with black is the most visible color combination. It’s enthusiasm and enlightenment, and yellow is – in practical terms – the opposite of dark and dull.

Negative Associations

Despite its association with cheerfulness and warmth, yellow carries a surprising number of negative connotations. Yellow is a symbol of cowardice, of sickness, and of mental illness. It’s the color of sensationalism and even of excess. Vibrant yellow is typically used with caution by designers, though paler yellows can certainly have a modest uplifting effect. Too much bright yellow can easily overwhelm a project

In Feng Shui

Yellow is a very happy, uplifting, and stimulating color in feng shui,Wear yellow for relationship harmony,Yellow represents the hands and stomach. Because the hands are represented by the northeast and the stomach is represented by the southwest, the color yellow relates to these body parts. When you want improve your thinking and outlook, or how you perform on tests, areas represented by the northeast, yellow is a good color to wear.


The color blue is the color of trust and responsibility,There’s a reason we think of blue as relaxing; it actually tends to lower our heart rates, blood pressure, and even our body temperature. Blue can have an effect on the pituitary gland, affecting our sleep patterns, and it can slow our breathing as well. Studies of memory have demonstrated that memory is enhanced by blue light, and blue light can even kill some bacteria!

Positive Associations

The aqua and turquoise found in Caribbean waters typically engender positive feelings, and the blue of police officers’ uniforms call to mind protection, bravery, and loyalty. Blue is associated with peaceful rest, profound insight, and spiritual realization. Professional uses of blue carry connotations of stability, wisdom, and serenity.

Negative Associations

The deep indigo of stormy seas can carry more threatening or frightening associations, and can make us feel unsettled or afraid of secrets deeply held. Overuse of blue can feel cold and impersonal, and even unfriendly. Blue’s association with depression and sadness are also pervasive, and deep blue is a harbinger of night and darkness.

In Feng Shui

The water element. The open skies, nature, tranquillity and peace. Blue is one of the best feng shui colors, especially for people who are looking for some peace and calm in their lives. This feng shui color stands for the outside forces of nature- the sky and the ocean. It promotes inclusion of nature in one’s life and it also promotes the peace and tranquillity associated with the same. The range of blues that can be used range from clear blue to aqua blue to deep blue. All these blue tones fork as colors of feng shui.

Blue is a wonderful color for health reasons as well.

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