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To read a birth-month color chart, read the outside edge of the chart to find your birth month, and then match it with the corresponding color on the wheel. Each color and birth month combination is associated with certa... More »

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January’s flower is the carnation, representative of innocence and true love, while the faithful violet is associated with February. The daffodil, symbol of unrequited love, is paired with March, and April’s traditional ... More »

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The tradition of gemstones representing birth months originated in the Bible. Moses' brother Aaron became a high priest, and his breastplate contained 12 gemstones, which symbolized the 12 months and the 12 zodiac signs. More »

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Although the first color wheel is attributed to Sir Isaac Newton, the first basic color chart was created by Richard Waller in 1686. Waller's chart only showed basic colors and their names and did not show light spectrum... More »

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Complementary colors are two colors that are directly opposite each other on a color wheel chart. Purple and yellow are examples of complementary colors. Other examples include green and red as well as orange and blue. More »

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In terms of color theory, there can be many ways to find matching colors, such as choosing complementary, analogous and triadic colors from the color wheel. Complementary colors are those that are opposite each other on ... More »

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The four primary colors in the 4-primary color wheel are blue, yellow, green and red. This differs from the color mixing wheel, which only has three primary colors. More »

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