Carmine Pink 🎨 RGB Color Code: #EB4C42
The hexadecimal RGB code of Carmine Pink color is #EB4C42. This code is composed of a hexadecimal EB red (235/256), a 4C green (76/256) and a 42 blue component (66/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(235,76,66). Closest WebSafe color: Deep carmine pink (#FF3333)
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color paradise pink is within the range of carmine colors. The rich carmine color tone displayed at right matches the color shown as carmine in the 1930
Cambridge blue Camel Cameo pink Canary yellow Candy apple red Candy pink Caput mortuum Cardinal Caribbean green Carmine Carnation pink Carnelian Carolina blue
Carmine Appice (/ˈkɑːrmaɪn/ /æˈpiːs/, born December 15, 1946) is an American rock drummer and percussionist. He is best known for his associations with
cultivar called 'Eden' in the 1950s. The large, old-rose type blooms are carmine-pink on the inside and cream or ivory on the outside, reaching an average
growing to 10 cm (4 in), with mottled, heart-shaped leaves and pink flowers, darker carmine pink at the base, appearing in spring. Like all cyclamens, the
stems, 8 cm in diameter, are covered in white down and white spines. Carmine pink flowers are borne in summer and autumn. Its status is listed as “Least
distributed as Correa sp. and later as Correa sp. (pink), Correa 'Rubra', Correa 'Carmine Bells' and Correa 'Pink Bells'. The name 'Dusky Bells' was originally
a natural red or pink food coloring, Cochineal, also called carmine, made with crushed insects of the family Dactylopius coccus. Pink is the color most
scent. The blooms are light pink with a rich play of inner lights and shadows. Numerous big and stylish thorns start off pink to match the flowers, but
Perpetual, 1875 'Clovis', red Hybrid Perpetual, 1868 'Henri Ledéchaux', carmine-pink Hybrid Perpetual, before 1868 'Joséphine Lédéchaux', salmon-orange Hybrid
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