Magenta along with Cyan and Yellow is a primary color on the subtractive (CYM) color model, commonly used in modern color printing.
What Color is Magenta?
Magenta is a purplish, pinkish color that is created by mixing colors blue and red in various amounts.
Magenta is an artificially created color first seen in the late nineteenth century in color printing. The name for the color came into use shortly after the (1859) Battle of Magenta , near the Italian town Magenta.
Magenta has connections to the psychic world and psychic abilities. It is believed that being in the presence of magenta increases a person’s connection to their spiritual side and enhances any psychic abilities that they may have.
Electric Magenta was created in the 1980s for the purpose of color computer displays.
Magenta is unconventional that prides itself on being unique, it’s also a friendly and welcoming color. Magenta is also agreeable, very helpful and doesn’t like confrontation. Emotions are often expressed and open for all to see.
Magenta is a color that has strong connections to spirituality and intuitive thinking. An intuitive personality is not usually very practical, in fact, at times it can be anti practical, preferring ideas that appeal to them on an intuitive level rather than relying on practical, real world evidence to support a belief or idea.
Influences of Magenta
- Encourages compassion and placing the needs of others before our own.
- Promotes inward, intuitive non practical thinking.
- Encourages emotional expression and emotional extroversion.
- Magenta is believed to have relaxing influences and discourages aggression.
- Magenta also encourages open-mindedness and to seek answers beyond what is considered to be normal and conventional.
Positive Word Associations
Spiritual, empathy, helpful, unselfish, unconventional, mysterious, creative.
Negative Word Associations
Non practical, irrational, submissive, non assertive, over emotional.