What does the color red mean to you?
That’s a whole lotta meaning.
I like the way the color red pops. You can put it against any other color, and it takes center stage. That’s why it’s all over my apartment. (I’m sure someone could psychoanalyze that to death.)
Well, today the color red is in the news, because celebrity jailbird Lindsay Lohan has returned to her original red hair now that she is out of rehab. Her PR team has recommended the move to help signal to Hollywood that she is back and serious about her career.
Really? All that from red hair? I think that’s kinda hilarious. Sure, red is a power color, and I think Lindsay looks good as a red head. (I could be a bit biased in that area.)
I think we need to do a study on this. It could be big. It could change the entire landscape of the hair color industry. Heck, if would mean some colors — like red — could rise to the top, and others fall away forever.
Just like Lindsay’s career.
If you have a few extra pounds on your person, don’t blame yourself.
Blame Benjamin Moore.
A study published in a recent issue of Contract magazine reveals that people who eat in kitchens and dining areas painted red, orange and yellow feel hungrier. The sunnier hues apparently make food more attractive.
To eat less, we need to surround ourselves with blue light and blue tones…or, at the very least, use blue utensils and dishes to help curb our hunger.
Now they tell me!
My entire house is a tribute to the colors red, yellow and orange. They’re even in my bathroom. I have always loved their energy and fire, but now I guess — deep down – I was really just looking for another excuse to eat.
This revelation has its advantages. Now, if I gain a pound or two, it’s not my fault; it’s the yellow paint in my kitchen. And all those red dishes. Or maybe the orange FLOR tiles in the living room. Heck, I even have a red leather love seat.
I’m the victim here!