Pink the sweet side of red. Pink is a softer, Pink is the color of girl. But DID YOU KNOW! According to study a large amount of the use of pink color can create physical weakness in people.
Moreover, there is a tie-in between this physical reaction and the color’s association with the so-called weaker sex.
The culture of Pink: In some cultures, like the US, the pink color is mostly of little girl colour. It means sugar, spice and everything nice and when any men use it goes in or out of style. Thus, many people still think that pink basically means a feminine, gentle color.
Using of Pink: Pink represents love, pink is romantic and delightful. Uses of pink color are to convey light-heartedness and sensitivity. There are multiple shades of pink and light purple or other pastels used together to maintain the soft, delicate, and playful nature of pink. Addition of strength with darker shades of pinks and purple and maroon.
The Pink’s Language: The use of pink in acquainted phrases can benefit a designer see how their color of choice might be observed by others in either optimistic or undesirable aspects.
but the question is Why only girls like pink colors?
Actually, there is a dissimilarity among liking a color, and liking a color publicly. Because We can see that there is a boy wearing a pink T-shirt, pin pants or pink Tie etc, as I am sure that they also like the pink and purple colors, and somewhat like sparkly things. Though, I am not sure whether they admit that in public or not.
Perhaps its society and its norms that baby boys are usually wearing a manlier color like blue, green, red, etc and baby girls wear in more feminine colors like pink, purple, yellow, etc. No doubt society also play an important role in the development of kids because when they walk with pink color its society who will laugh. Thus its society who assign the color to the genders.