Lavender Blush 🎨 RGB Color Code: #FFF0F5
The hexadecimal RGB code of Lavender Blush color is #FFF0F5. This code is composed of a hexadecimal FF red (255/256), a F0 green (240/256) and a F5 blue component (245/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(255,240,245). Closest WebSafe color: White (#FFFFFF)
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web color lavender blush. It is a pale pinkish tone of lavender. The color designated as the web color lavender is a very pale tint of lavender that in
Blush is a medium bright tone of pink. The first written use of blush as a color name in English was in 1590. The color blush represents live theatre
midway between red and magenta: Displayed at right is the web color lavender blush. It is a very pale shade of rose. The color tickle me pink is displayed
60° Ivory, 120° Honeydew, 180° Azure, 208° Alice Blue, 340° Lavender Blush 100%/99% 0° Snow, 240° Ghost White Several groups of colors share
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Languid lavender Lanzones Lapis lazuli Laser Lemon Laurel green Lava Lavender (floral) Lavender (web) Lavender blue Lavender blush Lavender gray Lavender indigo
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once in eight years in a mass flowering covering the forest floor in a lavender blush. It grows in abundance in the Western Ghats hills near Mumbai and throughout
of purple. The color blush is displayed at the right. The first recorded use of blush as a color name in English was in 1590. Blush has been a Crayola color
#CCCCFF 80% 80% 100% 240° 100% 90% 20% 100% Lavender blush #FFF0F5 100% 94% 96% 340° 100% 97% 6% 100% Lavender gray #C4C3D0 77% 76% 82% 245° 12% 79% 6% 82%
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