Lilac Luster 🎨 RGB Color Code: #AE98AA
The hexadecimal RGB code of Lilac Luster color is #AE98AA. This code is composed of a hexadecimal AE red (174/256), a 98 green (152/256) and a AA blue component (170/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(174,152,170). Closest WebSafe color: Manatee (#999999)
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Lilac Luster on Wikipedia
Light salmon pink Light sea green Light silver Light Thulian pink Lilac Lilac Luster Lime (color wheel) Lime (web) (X11 green) Lime green Limerick Lincoln
#FFFFE0 100% 100% 88% 60° 100% 94% 12% 100% Lilac #C8A2C8 78% 64% 78% 300° 26% 71% 19% 78% Lilac Luster #AE98AA 68% 60% 67% 311° 12% 64% 13% 68% Lime
Glossy Grape Granite Gray #AD6F69 #2E2D88 #AB92B3 #676767 Green Sheen Lilac Luster Misty Moss Mystic Maroon #6EAEA1 #AE98AA #BBB477 #AD4379 Pearly Purple
appearance. Charoite is translucent lavender to purple in color with a pearly luster. Charoite is strictly massive in nature, and fractures are conchoidal. It
Chocolate, Lilac) Blue-Eyed White Red-Eyed White Broken Group Broken Colored Group Chestnut Chocolate Agouti Chocolate Chinchilla Chinchilla Copper Lilac Chinchilla
pale pink, lilac Crystal habit Tabular crystals, granular, earthy aggregates, pseudorhombohedral Twinning Common Mohs scale hardness 3.5 Luster Vitreous
Amethyst is a lilac variety of quartz. The name comes from the Koine Greek αμέθυστος amethystos from α- a-, "not" and μεθύσκω (Ancient Greek) methysko
or a Satin sheen, though this should not be confused with the natural luster of some varieties. The ears are to be drooping but not fallen, and the eyes
(same H-M symbol) Space group P21/c Identification Color White to buff, lilac/lavender, pale pink, colorless in transmitted light Crystal habit As bladed
Identification Color Colorless, white, pale yellow, pale brown, faintly pink, lilac-rose Crystal habit Usually massive, rarely as rhombohedrons or hexagonal
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