WHY IS BLUE THE PERFECT COLOUR?

April 14, 2015

Pretty much everyone looks good in blue, darker tones of blue tend make a person appear thinner and taller! The more intense tones make a statement without being too brash for those who are colour shy. With its cool undertones, blue compliments every complexion. 

Colour psychology, blue symbolises, trust, tranquility, truth, cleanliness and contentment. Ask people what their favourite colour is, and a clear majority will say blue, much of the world is blue the skies and the seas. Seeing the colour blue causes the body to actually produce chemicals which are calming. Many bedrooms are often decorated with shades of blue because it's a calm and restful colour.

OUR FAVOURITE BLUE LIBBY PIECES!






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