Your favorite color determine your personality?

Do you think it is true that your favorite color determine your personality?

The psychology of color is a study in how the colors we prefer play a hand in our personalities and behavioral traits.

If you’ve ever wondered what your favorite color says about you, here is the list to find.

Blue

  • calm
  • cool
  • deep
  • reliable
  • trustworthy
  • looking for peace and harmony
  • value your friends and family and rarely venture outside their own social circle
  • stick to traditions
  • have a strong dislike for extravagance and unpredictability
  • will not marry a foreigner or live abroad
  • prefer predictability and familiarity in everything, be that love, food, work or place where they live
  • pay a lot of attention to tidiness and neatness in their appearance and their homes
  • obey rules and respect the authority
  • loyal in all their relationships

Red

  • bold
  • loud
  • boisterous
  • full of energy
  • active
  • cheerful
  • optimistic
  • lack of patience
  • impulsiveness
  • adventurousness
  • egoism
  • narcissism

Green

  • putting lots of importance on money and security.
  • practical
  • loyal
  • consistent
  • good listeners
  • dislike details and prefer to leave details to someone else
  • good at learning and understanding new concepts due to their ability to grasp main idea
  • very open and emotional
  • do not hide their feelings
  • well-mannered

Orange

  • Friendly
  • easy going
  • want to be the center of attention
  • not likely to have too many serious thoughts
  • those with a favorite color of orange are not as likely to marry
  • have large network of friends and acquaintances

Purple

  • A wee bit off, but it your own special way.
  • artistic and unique
  • intuitive
  • interested in spirituality and the deeper meaning of life
  • tend to favor mysticism to reality

Grey

  • afraid of commitment
  • trying to protect yourself from the chaotic outside world
  • don’t really fit in or belong anywhere
  • prefer a safe, secure and balanced existence and never desire much excitement
  • practical and calm
  • do not like to attract attention
  • hard worker
  • tend to be committed and loyal to your work whatever it may be
  • indecisive
  • lacking confidence
  • like to be in control of your emotions and avoid experiencing emotional pain
  • unemotional

Pink

  • a little naive
  • sheltered
  • have delicate sensibilities
  • loving
  • kind
  • generous
  • sensitive
  • friendly and approachable
  • feminine
  • romantic
  • sensual
  • optimistic and positive
  • organized
  • refined, reserved and calm

Black

  • Part moody
  • part sophisticated
  • strong-willed and determined
  • serious
  • confident
  • strong
  • decisive
  • emotionally contained
  • introverted
  • fashionists

White

  • Innocent
  • simple
  • neat
  • peaceful yet immaculate
  • youth
  • high standards in cleanliness in appearance
  • courage
  • optimism
  • independence
  • harmony
  • wisdom
  • emotional control
  • self-reliance
  • confidence

Brown

  • calm
  • cool
  • collected
  • enjoy simple life and it’s good friends and close relationships what makes them happy

Yellow

  • A happy idealist who is underestimated far too often
  • curious and enjoy learning new things
  • always seek happiness and self-fulfillment
  • fun and exciting to be around
  • great sense of humor
  • When not in mood, people with personality type yellow may act aloof and mean, however this is only temporary
  • worry a lot
  • prefer only small circle of friends
  • impulsive
  • have a hard time to save money or budget
  • tend to avoid any unnecessary physical effort
  • enjoy games that require analyzing and strategizing, like puzzles and crosswords
  • don’t mind to be alone and are very self-sufficient

How was the result??

Color Preferences and their relationship to personality and psychological traits have been utilized in advertising, automotive and the fashion industry for years.

Now you can gain some insight on your inner struggles and problems with this highly effective color test.

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