Brilliant Rose 🎨 RGB Color Code: #FF55A3
The hexadecimal RGB code of Brilliant Rose color is #FF55A3. This code is composed of a hexadecimal FF red (255/256), a 55 green (85/256) and a A3 blue component (163/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(255,85,163). Closest WebSafe color: Light Crimson (#FF6699)
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coated with icing that is colored rose bonbon. Rose bonbon is a tone of rose that is popular in France. Brilliant rose #f653a6 At right is a Crayola color
Bright yellow (Crayola) #FFAA1D 100% 67% 11% 37° 100% 56% 89% 100% Brilliant rose #FF55A3 100% 33% 64% 332° 100% 67% 67% 100% Brink pink #FB607F 98% 38%
either event, the rose cut continued to evolve, with its depth, number and arrangements of facets being tweaked. The first brilliant cuts were introduced
the genus Dianthus. In most European languages, pink is called rose or rosa, after the rose flower. Cherry blossoms in Sendai, Miyagi, Japan. In Japanese
Baker-Miller pink Blush Brilliant rose Brink pink Carnation pink Cerise Champagne pink Cherry blossom pink China rose Coral Coral pink Cordovan
published by Europa Editions (New York). The names of the novels are My Brilliant Friend (2012), The Story of a New Name (2013), Those Who Leave and Those
Root beer Rose Rose bonbon Rose Dust Rose ebony Rose garnet Rose gold Rose madder Rose pink Rose quartz Rose quartz pink Rose red Rose taupe Rose vale Rosewood
called brilliant rose but the name was changed in 1958 to magenta. This color has a hue angle of 329, which is close to the hue angle of the color rose, which
64 box were made in its first year of production, as Light Blue and Brilliant Rose were replaced by Turquoise Blue and Magenta. From then to 1990, no colors
Magenta, shared a name with one of the original colors, now Razzle Dazzle Rose. For some reason, two of the original eight fluorescent crayons have the
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