So you think pink is just one of those many hues lighting up your world? Sure, it is. But pink is definitely not just one color. Obviously a color as pretty as pink needs to be interpreted and manifested in as many myriad ways as possible. So while guys would fret over the next shade of their pinkish encounter, we for one are grateful that the prettiest of colors exist in the prettiest of shades!
Let’s get all pretty with 20 of the choosiest shades of pink!
Light pink is such a cool color. With definitive leanings towards a shadier white, light pink is the ultimate color of summer.
If it’s pink, it’s forever pretty. And when it’s the brightest shade of pink around, you don’t have to worry about ever being out of focus!
Champagne Pink. The name says it all. The pale yet very refreshing color of champagne manifests itself in a whole together different shade of pink. And it’s not just the color that is enigmatic, the drink itself very much is!
Understated yet classy, elegant and sensuous, deep pink might not be the richest shade of pink around. But with its sophisticated subtlety and deep undertones, it surely is one truly striking color.
BAKER- MILLER PINK
Pink that has been bathed in white is Baker- Miller pink. This obviously isn’t among those shades of the color to have occurred naturally. Yet this perhaps is one of the most appealing versions of pink prettiness ever!
Bubblegum pink is the color embodied by frothy bubblegums. So this shade of pink is all that its name encompasses- fun and pretty and all cool and funky.
COTTON CANDY PINK
Cotton candy is certainly the most enjoyable of confectioneries ever. Soft mounds of sweet sugary delight, cotton candy is an emotion. And the dainty cotton candy pink is as soft and sweet a color as its eponymous food mate. The total color enthraler of the ages.
Why is there a shade of pink particular to one country? I mean, there’s no color that is as admired as pink the world over, so why should pink be attributed just to mexico? Frankly, we don’t know. Apart from the fact that it finds ample exhibition in Mexican architecture, Mexican pink isn’t any more Mexican. This purplish pink tone is one truly vivid extension of the shades of pink.
Watermelon pink is nature’s very own color fusion into pink. More of a bright red surprisingly over ruled by a subtle yet distinctive shade of pink, watermelon pink obviously is an extension of the fruit’s shady red pink color.
Fuschia has always been elevated in demeanor and unique in its appeal. As the singularity of its name, the color fuschia too is a shade of pink that is striking in the brightness of its hue. Flowers are vibrant in all their beauty and fuschia is one of the most exciting shades of pink around.
Carnations appear more purplish than pink; yet as a color, it’s carnation pink and not carnation purple that turns out to be a thing. Quite a diversion from the more common place shades of pink, carnation is a discrete version of pink.
Who on earth wouldn’t love strawberries?! The rich luscious berries aren’t just titillating to the tastes, strawberry pink is also as pleasing to the aesthetics. Bright and pretty and delightful and shiny, strawberry just about makes pink all the more charming!
Most of you would be shaking your head in disbelief, but believe me guys, pink lemonade is a real thing. However, given the fact that it’s just regular lemonade with a dash of fruit juice to spice things up, it isn’t so dramatic. However, lemonade pink as a color pretty much is. It’s that extremely toned down version of the pink color that is so delightful and soothing to the eyes. Total winner!
Salmons aren’t pink, are they? So why is salmon a shade of pink? Because it very much looks like a fusion with pink. A subtle shade of red, interspersed generously with rich pink streaks, we are sure glad salmon pink is a real thing!
This is so much the candy color of pink! All things feminine and lovely, taffy would be so much of an artist’s delight. Visually pleasing and evoking notions of relaxation, taffy is that combo of pink gaiety that seriously enlivens our spirits.
Berries for me had always been those magical mounds of fruits in children’s tales. Rich and exquisite, berry pink is a very rich shade of pink that has a tendency of blending into the darker versions of the color. This is the pink that appears lighter to the eyes; yet isn’t jaded in any of its spirits. Sensuous, definitely. Dark, definitely not.
Punch pink might be the most aptly named shade of pink! The brightness of this variant of pink never fails to deliver the ‘punch’ that makes pink even prettier. Lustrous and lively, punch pink is the color to die for.
CHERRY BLOSSOM PINK
Yet another of those pinks derived from nature. Unsurprising however, since pink perhaps is the most adaptable of colors. And cherry blossom pink is one truly soft, elegant and toned down variant of the pink hue.
Pink that thrills and lures with its unbelievably rich shady hue is what shocking pink looks like. Hot and stunning, shocking pink is already pretty pink morphing into something even more captivating.
Raspberry pink is one of those pastel colors, endowed with a shine that is exotic and enticing. Another of those shades of pink that makes you want to sit up and take notice of whosoever is flaunting it.