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I’d guess the answer to that question is: “Most are black and white, and then there are a few colors for which the dominant colors are blue and green.”

In the ’80’s it seems that black and white are everywhere, with people wearing neon green, neon blue, and neon gold.

Why was the era of blue-haired, blue-eyed, and bright-eyed boys popular in the ’80s? I’ve heard it’s because they made the best television, radio, and movies!

It seems that the best color for girls was white, while the worst color for boys was black.

8) I’m going to say “color theory!”

One of the reasons why color theory is popular is because I’m tired of being told everything color-wise is the same! You know these people — you know the typical TV news reporter who just tells you that “black and white looks bad!” How often do they tell you that blue and pink have a similar color-stacking effect? That’s how color theory got popular as well. The best color theory was “blue, pink, green — that’s an even color.”

In an attempt to save you time, here’s a color theory chart:

There you have it. Color theory has won the last 50 years. In fact, you almost feel stupid for even having this thought.

9) This is not that complicated.

Now let’s look at the two different ways you can understand color. The first is called monochromatic color theory. It basically says that all colors are the same color, no matter whether they’re in your eye or on your body. If you can’t agree on how to describe colors with this theory, just use something other than hue. For example, just say, “The bright white sun glows in all light (a blueish, white light).”

The second way is called multichromatic color theory. It actually tells you what color your eye has already determined when you look at a color — so for the first part of this theory, you’ll be using HUE to describe what you see. “Yellow” is already determined. “Orange,” by this theory, is already defined, by looking at orange. “Red” is already defined by looking at red. “Green” will be determined by the white sunlight.
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The problem is that it takes two pieces of information.

Firstly, HUE describes the color

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