As writers description is one art we need to cultivate and colours are a great tool to use for description, i just thought to play with colours and ended up putting this write-up together. Have a pleasant read.
Sweet vibrant colours that’s what I will coat the woman in, the Pale Pink which dots her beautiful nails this will be used to denote her inherent humility. Humility- every woman’s beauty secret, humility beautifies in such an astounding manner because it shines from the inside and glows on the outside.
Her smile will inspire a rose shade of Pink, the kind that kisses her lips, this will encapsulate love, real women should symbolize love. Re-coining a line from Sonnet XLIII, women should love freely, as men strive for Right; like love, she should bear all things, believe all things, hope all things and endure all things.
Warmth that emanates from a woman produces a glowing effect; the warmth that surrounds her will be painted in the colours of a Chocolate bar.
Green is life in any of its shades; on the flip side, Green is jealousy or envy (green-eyed monster) and inexperience but our Green will symbolize her ability to nurture creation; unlike the ostrich who is hardened against her young ones, as though they were not her’s.
Yellow will be used to signify her unwavering cheerfulness; after all how many men will smile or laugh and gently correct a toddler who has just drenched them in urine?
White will be for the cleanliness and sanity an ideal woman should bring into every environment she steps into.
In human color psychology, Purple is associated with royalty and nobility (stemming from antiquity where Tyrian Purple was only affordable to the elites) so Purple will depict the regal gait every femme should have, fatale or not.
For that spark of intuition every woman should possess, Lavender will definitely be it! Azure blue will be hers for the calm she possesses to be a collected planner and executor.
Light Blue will highlight her patient nature, while Bronze will draw attention to her wisdom and Chartreuse will underscore her confidence.
Lemon for her ability to adapt in her portrayals as a woman of different roles; mother, wife, sister, auntie, agony aunt, girlfriend, friend, daughter, daughter-in-law…
The original Amber Room in the Catherine Palace of Tsarskoye Selo near Saint Petersburg was a complete chamber decoration of amber panels backed with gold leaf and mirrors. Due to its singular beauty, it was sometimes dubbed the Eighth Wonder of the World. Like that antiquated room, Amber will be used to capture her beauty.
Burgundy will be used to reflect her graceful elegance and stylishness.
For her creativity, Vermilion will be spot on to define it.
Copper will bring out one of her many innate abilities- resourcefulness.
Silver will be used to reflect her wonderful touch that satisfies the need for reassurance in a complex world, while adding a hint of mystery and excitement.
Gold will reveal her golden heart, which should beat with love for all mankind with no exception.
Peach will denote the fragility that envelopes her despite all her qualities.
Colour is a powerful tool that can enhance attitude and everyday life; colour, like a woman is inspirational, an ideal woman should exhibit a good number of these qualities if not all.
Here’s for a little assignment; patch all the above mentioned colours onto a plain white cloth and see what you’ll get- multicolour! And let’s hope that when we colour all these qualities unto a canvass we get one beautiful mix- woman!
Go ahead and appreciate at least one woman out there, yourself inclusive!