Magic Mint 🎨 RGB Color Code: #AAF0D1
The hexadecimal RGB code of Magic Mint color is #AAF0D1. This code is composed of a hexadecimal AA red (170/256), a F0 green (240/256) and a D1 blue component (209/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(170,240,209). Closest WebSafe color: Magic mint (#99FFCC)
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Reboletti, Dennis (March 2007). "Reboletti Passes First Bill, Bans "Magic Mint"". Illinois State Representative Dennis M. Reboletti (R) 46th District
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