Pink is an undeniably positive color. From the soft tones of pastel pink and baby pink to the rich hues of coral and Indian red, almost any shade of this color is bound to lift your mood. Here are some of the many shades of pink that exist, and that may inspire you in your next creative project. We have included their names, Hex, RGB, and CMYK codes for easy reference.
Watermelon is a warm, medium to dark pink that strongly resembles the color of the inside of a watermelon. This color is also sometimes classified as a red.
RGB 252, 108, 133
CMYK 0, 57, 47, 1
Flamingo is a light to medium pink that is a little cooler in tone than salmon. This shade is somewhat reminiscent of a flamingo’s feathers.
RGB 252, 142, 172
CMYK 0, 44, 32, 1
Coral is a warm, medium pink that resembles the shade of some sea corals. The term is thought to have first been used for a shade of pink in the 1500’s.
RGB 248, 131, 121
CMYK 0, 47, 51, 3
Salmon is a light to medium pink that somewhat represents the color of a wild salmon’s flesh. This shade of pink is a little warmer than flamingo but cooler than coral.
RGB 255, 153, 153
CMYK 0, 40, 40, 0
Pastel pink is a very pale, cool pink, often classified as an “Easter color.” It is lighter in tone than both light pink and baby pink.
RGB 255, 209, 220
CMYK 0, 18, 14, 0
Light pink is a soft, pale shade of pink traditionally dubbed a “little girl’s color.” It is a little darker and warmer in hue than pastel pink.
RGB 255, 182, 193
CMYK 0, 29, 24, 0
Cherry blossom is a light shade of pink resembling the blossoms of a cherry tree. Cherry blossom is very similar to the light, baby and pastel pinks.
RGB 255, 183, 197
CMYK 0, 28, 23, 0
Bubblegum is a light shade of pink much like the color of a traditional gumball. Bubblegum is a little darker and cooler in tone than baby pink.
RGB 255, 193, 204
CMYK 0, 24, 20, 0
Baby pink is a light shade of pink falling between pastel and light pink. Baby pink is traditionally thought of as a color best suited for baby girls.
RGB 244, 194, 194
CMYK 0, 20, 20, 4
Dark pink is a medium to dark shade of pink. With warm overtones and cool undertones, dark pink can compliment other colors in both fields.
RGB 231, 84, 128
CMYK 0, 64, 45, 9
Bright pink is a vibrant, rich pink color that is a little lighter and cooler than neon pink and warmer and brighter than dark pink.
RGB 255, 0, 127
CMYK 0, 100, 50, 0
Rouge is a dark, dusky purplish pink hue that can also be classified as a red or purple. It can be compared to a very dark shade of blush.
RGB 169, 64, 100
CMYK 0, 62, 41, 34
Neon pink is a dark, reddish shade of pink that somewhat resembles the dusky pinks often seen at the end of a sunset.
RGB 255, 110, 199
CMYK 0, 57, 22, 0
Blush is a medium, dusty pink reminiscent of a very common shade of pressed powder makeup known by the same name. It is cooler than dark pink and paler than rouge.
RGB 222, 93, 131
CMYK 0, 58, 41, 13
Fuchsia is a medium purplish pink with warm undertones. The color is named after the fuchsia flower.
RGB 193, 84, 193
CMYK 0, 56, 0, 24
Mauve is a light, very cool shade of pink that is sometimes also classified as a purple. It can also be described as a pale, dusty violet.
RGB 224, 176, 255
CMYK 12, 31, 0, 0
Orchid is a medium purplish pink color reminiscent of the pinkish purple flowers of the same name. It is darker in hue than mauve.
RGB 218, 112, 214
CMYK 0, 49, 2, 15
Magenta is a dark but bright pink with a purplish tone. Magenta can also be described as a brighter shade of orchid.
RGB 255, 0, 255
CMYK 0, 100, 0, 0
Hot pink is a warm, bright medium pink that might be compared to a darker shade of bubblegum pink.
RGB 255, 105, 180
CMYK 0, 59, 29, 0
Carnation is a soft, light to medium pink that resembles the hue of a pink carnation flower. It is similar to but darker than baby pink.
RGB 255, 166, 201
CMYK 0, 35, 21, 0
Tulip pink is a warm, medium shade of pink with a strong similarity to coral or salmon. It is meant to represent the color of a pink tulip flower.
RGB 255, 142, 142
CMYK 0, 44, 44, 0
Tea rose is a light shade of pink that is similar to baby pink but with a cooler undertone. Tea rose resembles the color of a variety of wild roses by the same name.
RGB 244, 194, 194
CMYK 0, 20, 20, 4
Cotton candy is a pale, cool shade of pink similar to light pink or pastel pink. Cotton candy pink is close to the color of the sugary fairground treat known by the same name.
RGB 255, 188, 217
CMYK 0, 26, 15, 0
Cameo pink is a muted, dusky shade of purplish pink named for the pink backgrounds on old cameo jewelry. Cameo pink also resembles the inside of conch shells.
RGB 239, 187, 204
CMYK 0, 22, 15, 6
French pink is a light to medium color of pink with warm, bright overtones. It’s similar to, but lighter in shade than cherry pink.
RGB 246, 74, 138
CMYK 0, 70, 44, 4
Strawberry is a light to medium shade of pink with red undertones. It is similar in color to an under ripe strawberry.
RGB 232, 136, 138
CMYK 0, 41, 41, 9
Persian pink is a medium, soft shade of pink with similarities to orchid and French pink.
RGB 247, 127, 190
CMYK 0, 49, 23, 3
New York Pink
New York pink is a warm, medium pink that resembles a darker version of strawberry.
New York pink
RGB 221, 131, 116
CMYK 0, 41, 48, 13
Indian red is a medium to dark but muted shade of pink that can also be classified as a red. With tones of mauve and coral, Indian red coordinates with both warm and cool colors.
RGB 205, 92, 92
CMYK 0, 55, 55, 20
Munsell red is another pink you’ll find in the red family. With a rich, saturated bright hue, Munsell red resembles the color of a pink Gerbera daisy.
RGB 242, 0, 60
CMYK 0, 100, 75, 5
Cardinal is a deep, reddish pink shade that can be compared to dark pink or neon pink. It can also be classified among the reds.
RGB 196, 30, 58
CMYK 0, 85, 70, 23
Crayola red is a medium to dark pink that is bright and rich in tone. Although named as a red, it is comparable to bright pink, dark pink or neon pink.
RGB 238, 32, 77
CMYK 0, 87, 68, 7
Although the name suggests a red, this particular representation of crimson is like a deep, saturated dark pink.
RGB 220, 20, 60
CMYK 0, 91, 73, 14
Ruby is a medium darkish pink shade that is brighter than dark pink but not as warm in tone as neon. This version of the color ruby is more pink and less purplish in tone as a ruby gemstone.
RGB 224, 17, 95
CMYK 0, 92, 58, 12
Redwood is a dusky, brownish pink with lilac undertones. Redwood could be compared to a darker, browner shade of Indian red.
RGB 164, 90, 82
CMYK 0, 45, 50, 36
Rusty red, contrary to the name, is in fact a warm, dark pink hue. Rusty red has some coral-like undertones and can be compared to a warmer shade of dark pink.
RGB 218, 44, 67
CMYK 0, 80, 69, 15
Amaranth is a rich, medium to dark pink. This shade of pink is similar to dark pink but with some warmer overtones.
RGB 229, 43, 80
CMYK 0, 81, 65, 10
Bright maroon is a dark, reddish pink color with some hints of warm purple. Similar to a dark magenta, bright maroon is also sometimes classified as a red.
RGB 195, 33, 72
CMYK 0, 83, 63, 24
Burnt Sienna is often classified as an orange, but this version of the color very much represents a warm, salmon-like pink hue with hints of tangerine.
RGB 233, 116, 81
CMYK 0, 50, 65, 9
Candy pink is a deep pink with rich undertones of red and hints of purple. It can be compared to a soft dark pink.
RGB 228, 113, 122
CMYK 0, 50, 46, 11
Cherry pink is a medium, bright pink with a warm, reddish hue. This color is lighter and pinker than the cherry fruit, but it carries some of the same tones.
RGB 222, 49, 99
CMYK 0, 78, 55, 13
Chestnut is a warm but dusky shade of medium to dark pink with brownish undertones. Far pinker than a real chestnut, this shade is similar to a darker, dustier version of dark pink.
RGB 205, 92, 92
CMYK 0, 55, 55, 20
Dark coral is a shade of pink that is similar to coral, but, as the name suggests, is darker in hue. Dark coral can also be compared to a warmer version of chestnut.
RGB205, 91, 69
CMYK 0, 56, 66, 20
Dark Pastel Red
Dark pastel red is a dark, orangey-red pink shade that can also be classified as a red. Dark pastel red has a similarity to tomato red, but with distinctly dusky pink undertones.
Dark pastel red
RGB 194, 59, 34
CMYK 0, 70, 82, 24
Dark Terra Cotta
Dark terra cotta is a medium, dusty pink similar in tone to traditional terra cotta flower pots, but with a more pinkish hue than the orange pots usually associated with the name.
Dark Terra cotta
RGB 204, 78, 92
CMYK 0, 62, 55, 20
Dark salmon is a peachy, pink shade that is warmer than salmon. This darker shade of salmon could also fall into the orange family.
RGB 233, 150, 122
CMYK 0, 36, 48, 9
Lemonade is a soft, pale pink similar to pastel pink but even paler in tone. Lemonade pink is meant to represent the translucent light pink shade of the drink by the same name.
RGB 242, 219, 231
CMYK 0, 10, 5, 5
Peach is a soft, pale orangey pink shade reminiscent of the color of the outside of a peach fruit. Peach can be classified as either a pink or orange color.
RGB 250, 209, 175
CMYK 0, 16, 30, 2
Crepe is a warm, light to medium shade of pink similar to, but lighter than strawberry. Crepe is far more pink in hue than the off-white to yellowy-tan color generally associated with a crepe pastry.
RGB 248, 152, 131
CMYK 0, 39, 47, 3
This accurately named pale pink is just about the color of a freshly washed pig. It’s subtle enough to be used as a wall color or background color. And as you can see from the RGB value, it has enough blue to make it slightly muted.
RGB 253, 221, 230
CMYK 0, 13, 9, 1
This color’s name might make you think of a dark, calm pink, but Deep Pink looks a lot like an intense near-neon. This color pops against black, making it an excellent choice for accents on athletic wear, flyers, or any application where you want to get someone’s attention.
RGB 255, 20, 147
CMYK 0, 92, 42, 0
If you like pink but prefer muted, “dusty” shades, Dust Storm is a great option. This dusky shade looks especially nice against ivory and other pale neutrals. It will add an air of class to stationery, clothing, and website design, making it an especially versatile choice.
RGB 229, 204, 201
CMYK 0, 11, 12, 10
This exotic-sounding shade is named after the nadeshiko plant. The plant can be found in many areas of Asia and Europe, and its delicate, fringe-petaled flowers are a soft pink in color. Their pretty, starlike blooms have a pleasantly sweet scent. And in Japan, the name of the flower has also come to be associated with traditional female beauty.
RGB 246, 173, 198
CMYK 0, 30, 20, 4
If you’re looking for a quiet, cool shade of pink that’s very close to purple, Rose Quartz is a great shade. It’s named after a common stone that usually has a grayish-pink appearance. As you can see from its RGB value, Rose Quartz is more blue than most shades of pink.
RGB 170, 152, 169
CMYK 0, 11, 1, 33
Though it’s much more pink than the red glow of a strawberry, Wild Strawberry has a bright and cheerful spirit that can add life to any project. It looks great in very bright color palettes, but it can also add a burst of color to more neutral shades.
RGB 255, 67, 164
CMYK 0, 74, 36, 0
This warm, magenta-rich pink can add some energy to any project. As a variant of raspberry pink, it’s especially well-suited to summer-inspired designs. As you can see from the CMYK values, it has larger amounts of yellow and magenta than many pink shades.
RGB 227, 37, 107
CMYK 0, 84, 53, 11
Sometimes you need a shade of pink that effectively works as a neutral. And as the name suggests, Rose Taupe sits right between a rosy pink and a sandy taupe. It works well alongside other pale neutrals, and it also makes a stately border on stationery, cards, and invitations.
RGB 144, 93, 93
CMYK 0, 35, 35, 44
Rubine means “ruby,” and this pink shade certainly has the presence of a gemstone. While this color is described as being red, it’s more of a magenta-heavy pink. It’s a great choice if you want a reddish pink that’s bright without being neon.
RGB 209, 0, 86
CMYK 0, 100, 59, 18
This dreamily-named color is similar to fuchsia. Its bright, summery character makes it a good choice for advertising or any other application where grabbing attention is important. As you can see from both the RGB and CMYK values, it has a good bit of both blue and magenta. That gives it excellent balance.
RGB 244, 0, 161
CMYK 0, 100, 34, 4
This striking, cheerful color holds significant cultural importance in Mexico. Citizens consider it to be a symbol of the country’s charisma, and taxicabs in Mexico City are even painted in Mexican Pink and white. Famed Mexican architect Luis Barragan often incorporates the color into his projects as well.
RGB 228, 0, 124
CMYK 0, 100, 46, 11
This interestingly named color has a somewhat metallic look about it. It’s one of the pink shades named and used by Crayola. It first appeared in a set of colored pencils. Steel Pink is a great choice if you like magenta but would prefer something that’s a little darker and more subdued.
RGB 204, 51, 102
CMYK 0, 75, 50, 20
This dusty shade of pink does get somewhat close to the color of rose gold used in jewelry. It looks especially nice beside ivory and pale gray.
RGB 183, 110, 121
CMYK 0, 40, 34, 28
Rose Bonbon is another shade of pink that has a relatively high proportion of both yellow and magenta. There’s also a good bit of blue, so it’s a balanced shade that manages to be soft and bright at the same time. It’s a classic middle-of-the-road pink that can be useful for a wide range of projects.
RGB 249, 66, 158
CMYK 0, 73, 37, 2
This cheerful, bright magenta is a color offered by Pantone. Its youthful charm makes it great for accenting children’s rooms or for use in children’s clothing. As you can see from the CMYK values, Barbie Pink is tempered by some amount of black.
RGB 224, 33, 138
CMYK 0, 85, 38, 12
If you’ve seen a mulberry bush, you probably know that actual mulberries are almost black in color. But this shade of pink is almost exactly the color that mulberry juice will stain your hands. It’s a great choice if you need a color that will remind you of summer without being overly bright.
RGB 197, 75, 140
CMYK 0, 62, 29, 23
Razzle Dazzle Rose
This one might bring back memories of coloring in elementary school. Razzle Dazzle Rose is another Crayola color that can add a healthy dose of cheer to any project. This is another color that manages to be both pale and bright, so it can add some energy to a color palette without becoming overwhelming.
Razzle Dazzle Rose
RGB 255, 51, 204
CMYK 0, 80, 20, 0
Fandango is a bright, highly saturated pink that has a somewhat purplish touch. It pops against its complementary color (a medium bright green), but it also looks nice against pale yellow. Fandango is ideal for projects that need a burst of fun, free-spirited energy.
RGB 181, 51, 137
CMYK 0, 72, 24, 29
This uncommon color name means a dark reddish purple-brown. But this particular shade is more of a pinkish brown with a hint of purple. It’s less brown than many of the dusty shades of pink we’ve seen on the list, making it a happy medium between bright pink and dusty pink.
RGB 204, 136, 153
CMYK 0, 33, 25, 20
Old Rose is one of the many muted, mauve-like shades of pink out there. The name is especially fitting, as it’s very similar to the color of a pink rose as it starts to wilt. Its vintage appeal makes it ideal for historically-inspired projects. It’s also a great accent color against paler neutrals like taupe, ivory, and light gray.
RGB 192, 128, 129
CMYK 0, 33, 33, 25
Rosewood is prized as a tonewood for high-end guitars, and it’s also well known for its beautiful chocolatey grain and sweet, rosy scent. However, some pieces of unfinished rosewood do have a color similar to this one. Rosewood has more black than many pink shades (as seen on its CMYK values), so it has more depth and presence than many varieties of pink.
RGB 158, 66, 68
CMYK 0, 58, 57, 38
This delicate, candy-inspired hue is a pale pink that still manages to be decently energetic. It’s ideal for use in whimsical designs alongside similarly bright colors. It has a relatively high proportion of yellow and a relatively low proportion of black, making it an especially bright option.
RGB 250, 134, 196
CMYK 0, 46, 22, 2
Many shades of pink are described as being some variety of rose. Turkish Rose is a somewhat unusual shade. Though it’s somewhat muted, it still delivers fresh energy to any color palette. Its uncommon characteristics might be explained in part by its RGB value. It has somewhat similar proportions of red, green, and blue.
RGB 181, 114, 129
CMYK 0, 37, 29, 29
This fruity color’s high proportion of red makes it ideal for projects that require a more in-your-face shade of pink. This rosy shade has enough warmth to avoid seeming aggressive, and it looks very nice next to bright yellow.
RGB 242, 82, 120
CMYK 0, 66, 50, 5
This tropically-inspired pink color offers a beautiful depth not often seen in most shades of pink. Its complementary color, a bright and lively turquoise, looks especially beautiful alongside it. Its low proportions of both blue and black help explain its eye-catching brightness.
RGB 230, 62, 98
CMYK 0, 73, 57, 10
This deep, purplish magenta is aptly named. It is approximately between rose and raspberry shades of pink. It has relatively high proportions of both red and blue (as seen in its RGB values), so it has a bit of a purplish character.
RGB 179, 68, 108
CMYK 0, 62, 40, 30
You probably already know crimson as a deep red color. But Light Crimson is effectively a diluted version. Its RGB value indicates that it has a high proportion of red, but a small amount of blue helps to balance it out. The result is an attractive pink that’s pale yet bright. A classic choice for a range of projects.
RGB 245, 105, 145
CMYK 0, 57, 41, 4
This refreshing light pink is just about the exact color of raspberry sherbet. Though it’s more saturated than a pastel, it has a pastel-like quality that makes it very easy on the eyes. It looks great with other bright yet soft colors like pale lime green and pale orange.
RGB 247, 143, 167
CMYK 0, 42, 32, 3
Tickle Me Pink
If the name of this pretty shade sounds familiar, you might have read it off the side of a crayon years ago. Tickle Me Pink is a soft petal pink that’s just slightly more saturated than a pastel. It looks nice beside soft greens, blues, and yellows.
Tickle Me Pink
RGB 252, 137, 172
CMYK 0, 46, 32, 1
Thulian Pink is a bright, saturated shade that looks a bit like Light Crimson. It is very slightly purplish, so it’s bright without seeming neon. Thulian Pink is a great choice if you need a shade of pink that’s slightly cooler in color than most.
RGB 222, 111, 161
CMYK 0, 50, 27, 13
As the name suggests, Brilliant Rose is an especially high-energy shade of pink. It’s very bright but not overly dark, and it isn’t quite as intense as hot pink. Brilliant Rose looks especially nice next to other tropically-inspired light colors.
RGB 255, 85, 163
CMYK 0, 67, 36, 0
So far, many shades on the list have been bright, energetic pinks. But this delicate shade with cool undertones is soft enough to work as a wall color. As its name indicates, it’s about the same color as pale pink lace. Lace is also a great choice for a gentle website backdrop.
RGB 255, 216, 240
CMYK 0, 15, 6, 0
This happy shade of magenta has a suitable name. Compared to many other shades of pink on the list, it’s a bit more purple. Its high proportions of red, blue, and black contribute to its intensity.
RGB 200, 65, 134
CMYK 0, 68, 33, 22
This one has an odd name, but its pale and peachy color is sure to appeal to plenty of people. Unlike many shades of pink, Your has equal amounts of magenta and yellow, and that helps create its soft warmth. This color contains no black, and its paleness makes it a great wall color if you want something warmer than eggshell.
RGB 255, 192, 192
CMYK 0, 25, 25, 0
This pink shade looks a lot like a soft, diluted mauve. It’s a great choice if you’re looking for a pale pink that leans more toward purple than it does toward peach. Thanks to its fairly large proportion of blue and green, Careys has a cool undertone that gives it a particularly soothing quality.
RGB 216, 168, 168
CMYK 0, 22, 22, 15
This very soft pink is inspired by the color of the inside of an oyster. Even a quick look at its CMYK values shows you that it’s a very unsaturated shade. Its very small percentages of magenta, yellow, and black give it a barely-there quality, and it makes a nice calm wall or background color.
RGB 240, 216, 216
CMYK 0, 10, 10, 6
Shimmering Blush is a pleasant pink shade that does almost have a metallic quality about it. It’s very similar to the color of most powdered blush, and it strikes a beautiful balance between rose and lavender. Since it has slightly more red than blue and green, Shimmering Blush is also well balanced in terms of both warmth and coolness.
RGB 217, 134, 149
CMYK 0, 38, 31, 15
Sea might seem like a strange name for a shade of pink. However, this color is just about the color of the inside of a seashell. With equal amounts of magenta and yellow, Sea is a very warm, almost peachy shade of pink. However, it also has substantial amounts of green and blue, so it manages to not be overly warm.
RGB 240, 144, 144
CMYK 0, 40, 40, 6
This bright medium pink is a great option for projects requiring a shade of pink that’s just a step down from hot pink. As you can see through its CMYK values, Brink has no cyan or black, and its RGB values show that it has far less green and blue than it does red. That helps explain its vivacious warmth. Brink pops against black, and it looks nice beside its complementary color – a very bright seafoam shade.
RGB 255, 96, 144
CMYK 0, 62, 44, 0
Hippie is somewhat of an outsider among other shades of pink. It’s too red to be mauve, yet too purple to be raspberry. It looks a little like a watered-down maroon. This muted color looks nice beside blue and green jewel tones, but it would also work well alongside other neutrals in a calm color palette.
RGB 168, 72, 96
CMYK 0, 57, 43, 34
Light Deep Pink
The name of light deep pink might seem like a contradiction at first. But while this color is lighter than some pinks, it has incredible depth and presence. It’s ideal if you need a light pink that can grab attention without being quite as loud as a neon color. If you’re looking for a fresh contrast, Light Deep Pink creates a memorable pop against navy blue.
Light Deep Pink
RGB 255, 92, 205
CMYK 0, 64, 20, 0
Orchid shades of pink have a calming beauty thanks to their light quality and slight blue undertones. Wild orchid, in particular, has a very slight dusty quality. It’s a good choice if you’re looking for a calming shade, and it looks nice alongside blues and grays.
RGB 212, 112, 162
CMYK 0, 47, 24, 17
Cerise means a deep, bright red, and Cerise Pink can accordingly be described as a deep, bright pink. This is one of the most vivacious shades of pink you can choose. Thanks to its depth, it’s a great choice if you need something with substance that is still a high-energy shade. Cerise Pink works well alongside high-energy greens and blues.
RGB 236, 59, 131
CMYK 0, 75, 44, 7
As the name indicates, Shocking Pink is an electric shock to the eyes. Its CMYK values indicate that it’s primarily magenta. But as you can see from its RGB values, Shocking Pink also has a good bit of blue that gives it some depth. Shocking Pink looks great beside its complementary color, which is an especially bright Kelly green. It also provides a striking contrast against very dark background colors like dark hunter green or navy.
RGB 252, 15, 192
CMYK 0, 94, 24, 1
Hit is another interestingly-named color. It’s a peachy, coral-like pink that looks great alongside a bright sky blue. As you can see based on the CMYK values, Hit contains more yellow than it does magenta. It’s a great choice if you’re looking for a shade of pink that is warmer than most but still has a softness about it.
RGB 255, 168, 120
CMYK 0, 34, 53, 0
Lady is a dignified shade of pink that has a bit of a vintage look about it. It’s a little peachy, but it has much more red than Hit. It sits roughly between peach and mauve. Lady looks nice next to various shades of blue.
RGB 240, 192, 168
CMYK 0, 20, 30, 6
There are plenty of shades of bright pink that are billed as great alternatives to neon, but sometimes you just need a genuine neon shade of pink. That’s where Neon Fuchsia comes in. On its own, fuchsia is close to neon, but this version packs some extra punch. As indicated by its CMYK values, it has a high degree of both magenta and yellow. Its brightness is slightly tempered by blue, but its high proportion of red ensures plenty of presence.
RGB 254, 65, 100
CMYK 0, 74, 61, 0
This is an interesting shade of pink with some clear violet undertones. It has equal amounts of red and blue, and as you can see through its CMYK values, it has no cyan, yellow, or black – only magenta. Ultra Pink has a decidedly modern, sophisticated look, and it looks nice alongside creamy white shades.
RGB 255, 111, 255
CMYK 0, 56, 0, 0
If you find Schauss Pink to be calming, scientific evidence agrees with you. This color is named after Alexander Schauss, a researcher who extensively investigated the effects of color on emotions. He conducted the research at Seattle’s Naval Correctional Facility. Schauss named the color Baker-Miller Pink after the directors of the facility, but the color has since also been called Schauss Pink. You may also sometimes hear it described as P-618 or Drunk-Tank Pink.
RGB 255, 145, 175
CMYK 0, 43, 31, 0
This aptly-named color is roughly the tone of a healthy amount of redness in the face. It’s also close to the color of many shades of powdered blush. Its slightly dusky quality makes it look especially good in patterns with cocoa browns or soft, pale grays.
RGB 225, 142, 150
CMYK 0, 37, 33, 12
Though you can’t necessarily see a pearlescent luster through a computer screen, Pink Pearl does seem to have a bit of a sheen to it. It’s soft in color and almost lavender, and it’s a relaxing choice of color to have around. Incorporating Pink Pearl throw pillows or rugs can add a sense of homey calm to any living room.
RGB 231, 172, 207
CMYK 0, 26, 10, 9
Lavender Rose is a shade of pink that really lives up to its name. Its color really is right between that of lavender and of a pale pink rose. It’s close to the color of a lilac bloom. If you like a somewhat bright wall color, this one is a good choice. If you’re creating a color palette, Lavender Rose works beautifully with its seafoam green complementary color.
RGB 251, 160, 227
CMYK 0, 36, 10, 2
You don’t necessarily see pink shampoo all too often anymore, but this pale, pearly shade does accurately capture the color of pink shampoo. As you can see from the CMYK values, it’s primarily magenta, but the color is low in saturation. Shampoo is a great shade of pale pink to use as a wall color or as a background.
RGB 255, 207, 241
CMYK 0, 19, 5, 0
This soft pink color is sometimes described as being a generic shade of pink. Its youthful, floral quality makes it a great choice for use in lipsticks, and it’s sometimes used in high-end lip color. Spanish Pink is made up of a high proportion of red, but its equal proportions of blue and green make it pleasingly balanced.
RGB 247, 191, 190
CMYK 0, 23, 23, 3
Valentine’s Day is sometimes associated with very bright pink shades. But if you’d prefer to celebrate with something a little calmer, you might find this shade to be a good choice. As you can see in its RGB values, Valentine Pink also has a high proportion of blue, and its cool undertones give it a pleasant and balanced quality. This color is close to the color of candy hearts, making its name all that more appropriate.
RGB 230, 166, 190
CMYK 0, 28, 17, 10
This pretty color is ideal if you’re looking for something that’s in between gray and pink. Silvery Pink has a higher proportion of black than many shades of pink on the list (as you can see in its CMYK values), and that helps give it its shadowy quality. It also has relatively high amounts of green and blue, making it one of the cooler-leaning shades of pink.
RGB 220, 181, 180
CMYK 0, 18, 18, 14
This soft, peachy color is a bit more subdued than the color of a watermelon. Melon is right between the shades of salmon and peach, and it’s cheerful yet mellow. You can see that quality reflected in the CMYK values. Melon has slightly more yellow than it does magenta, but it has a little bit of black. This pink shade pairs well with light blue and light green, as well as some shades of light purple.
RGB 247, 188, 172
CMYK 0, 24, 30, 3
This classy shade of pink lies somewhere between mauve and coral. It’s energetic without being too bright, and it’s a bit more red than many other pink shades. You can see this in its RGB values. There’s over twice the proportion of red than there is of blue or green. And as its CMYK values show, its large amounts of both magenta and yellow help create its warmth.
RGB 217, 93, 103
CMYK 0, 57, 53, 15
This rosy shade of pink certainly lives up to its name. Sweet Pink has a blush-like character thanks to its large amounts of magenta and yellow. It works well alongside various shades of green, but it also looks nice beside light or dark blues. Its complementary color is a sky blue with just a hint of turquoise.
RGB 238, 145, 141
CMYK 0, 39, 41, 7
Knockout Pink is easily one of the most striking pink shades on the list. It’s very similar to the color of a bright pink highlighter, but it has a bit more depth. Knockout Pink is a great choice for advertisements or for other projects that require a high-energy, attention-grabbing color scheme. As you can see from its CMYK values, part of Knockout Pink’s high-energy nature comes from its high proportion of magenta and yellow.
RGB 255, 62, 165
CMYK 0, 76, 35, 0
Grapefruit is one of the most easily recognized pink fruits, and this shade of Grapefruit Pink does it justice. It’s roughly the color of ruby red grapefruit juice. It has relatively large amounts of both blue and yellow, making it nicely balanced. It looks great next to its complementary color, a bright blue that’s in between sky blue and turquoise.
RGB 224, 112, 124
CMYK 0, 50, 45, 12
The glamorous nature of pink champagne translates well to the world of color, and this quiet shade would work very nicely as a wall color. Champagne Pink has a relatively large amount of green and blue, and that helps explain its cool undertones and quiet look. If you’re looking for a pale pink that pairs nicely with gold, this is also a good shade to consider.
RGB 246, 225, 211
CMYK 0, 9, 14, 4
This unusual, brownish pink is designed to approximate the color of most people’s lips. Though it’s still technically a shade of pink, Lip Pink approaches being a neutral, and it’s good for adding just a hint of warmth to otherwise completely neutral color palettes.
RGB 219, 172, 152
CMYK 0, 21, 31, 14
Passion Pink is very close to being an energetic light purple. Like many brighter, purple-tinged pinks, this one has a modern edge to it. It pairs nicely with silver, but it also looks nice beside its complementary color, a medium green.
RGB 206, 116, 167
CMYK 0, 44, 19, 19
Of all shades on the list, Nude Pink must be the closest to being a true neutral. It has a relatively high proportion of black compared to most pink shades, and it also has a relatively small proportion of magenta. Plus, as you can see from its RGB values, Nude Pink has relatively even amounts of red, green, and blue. It pairs nicely with gray and with calm shades of blue.
RGB 221, 192, 180
CMYK 0, 13, 19, 13
Rosy Pink is a lovely shade that’s somewhere between a rose pink and a hot pink. It’s great for use as a text color against a dark background, but it’s also a welcome addition to a bright, swirling color palette. A decent amount of blue stops its brightness from being overpowering, but it still offers plenty of energy.
RGB 255, 102, 204
CMYK 0, 60, 20, 0
Gold Pink is another pink shade on the list that’s very close to being a neutral. As you can see from its CMYK values, it has almost the same amount of black as it does magenta. That helps explain its grayish color. Gold Pink is similar in color to rose gold, and it makes a dignified website backdrop or background for stationery.
RGB 230, 199, 194
CMYK 0, 13, 16, 10
Misty Rose is a gentle pastel pink with just a hint of peach. If you’re looking for a wall color with a little more warmth than eggshell or other forms of off-white, Misty Rose is a great option. It looks beautiful alongside very pale pastel blues and greens. As you can see in the CMYK value, it has slightly more yellow than magenta, which explains its peachy glow.
RGB 255, 228, 225
CMYK 0, 11, 12, 0
This playfully-named shade is essentially a more pinkish version of mauve. As you can see from the RGB values, Mauvelous has a good amount of blue. That helps give it its cool undertones. Mauvelous looks especially good with pale shades of blue.
RGB 239, 152, 170
CMYK 0, 36, 29, 6
This light pink is about the color of most light-colored powdered blushes you can find at almost any store. It’s also a classic example of what most people would picture when they imagine light pink. With a good proportion of magenta, a decent amount of yellow, and very little black, it’s a well-balanced pink that’s a little on the bright side.
RGB 241, 171, 185
CMYK 0, 29, 23, 5
Copper Rose is a somewhat unusual shade of pink. It might best be described as being rose gold with a little brown mixed in. And as the name suggests, it’s also roughly the color of a rose mixed with the color of copper. This reddish-metallic hue has a quiet look about it, and its complementary color is a somewhat dusty shade of blue. As you can see, much of its subdued nature comes from the large amount of black present.
RGB 153, 102, 102
CMYK 0, 33, 33, 40
This color’s appetizing name seems accurate. It does look a lot like a sugar-preserved raspberry. It does have a fairly purplish look that’s explained by its high proportion of blue in relation to red. If you like quieter, dusty pinks but want something that’s more mulberry-like in appearance, Raspberry Glace is worth considering.
RGB 145, 95, 109
CMYK 0, 34, 25, 43
Many different colors are named after company logos they are used on. Debian Red is the logo color of the Linux operating system Debian, a free software system collaboratively developed by volunteers. While it has “red” in the name, Debian Red is essentially a very vivid magenta. It’s a high-energy, summery shade that really pops against lemon yellow.
RGB 215, 10, 83
CMYK 0, 95, 61, 16
Ruber is a lovely, raspberry-like pink that looks great with turquoise. As you can see by looking at its RGB values, it has a large amount of red but a medium amount of blue. That combination gives it a mildly purplish hue. Ruber is a great color choice if you’d like a color that offers a lot of presence without being overly bright.
RGB 206, 70, 118
CMYK 0, 66, 43, 19
Vanilla Ice is a sweet petal pink that can add a springlike magic to any color palette. It goes well with pastel yellows and soft spring greens. This color has a somewhat bright quality, but the amount of blue seen in its RGB value helps add just enough coolness.
RGB 243, 143, 169
CMYK 0, 41, 30, 5
Light Hot Pink
As the name suggests, Light Hot Pink is essentially a diluted, pastel version of hot pink. This color is probably what most people would picture when imagining a pale pink. There’s enough green and blue present to create just a hint of a cool undertone, but Light Hot Pink isn’t purple in the slightest.
Light Hot Pink
RGB 255, 179, 222
CMYK 0, 30, 13, 0
This cheerful yet cool pink shade is reminiscent of electric purple, but it has more magenta present. It’s a bit like a darker lilac bloom, and it can add a springlike touch to any project. Super Pink is a departure from the shades of pink you often see, so it’s a great choice for a project that needs to stand out.
RGB 207, 107, 169
CMYK 0, 48, 18, 19
China Rose is a stately, slightly purple shade that has a slightly dusky quality. This is one of the shades of pink that pairs nicely with gold, but it also looks nice dressed down alongside navy or other more demure shades of blue. As you can see in the CMYK values, China Rose’s large proportion of black gives it a more muted presence.
RGB 168, 81, 110
CMYK 0, 52, 35, 34
Pruce is a great color if you like earth-toned pinks, and Deep Pruce is effectively a darker, more present version. This is one of the pink shades that is close to being a neutral, but not quite. If you’re looking for a gentle and dignified color, Deep Pruce is worth considering.
RGB 169, 92, 104
CMYK 0, 46, 38, 34
This cheerful, bright pink is one of the many variants of fuchsia you’ll come across while searching for just the right shade of pink. As evident in the CMYK values, it has a good bit of magenta and yellow, both of which add to its noticeable presence.
RGB 253, 63, 146
CMYK 0, 75, 42, 1
Shades of Pink Color
As you can see, there is a nearly unlimited range of different shades of pink to choose from. Whether you’re looking for warm shades or cool shades, or you want something closer to purple or closer to red, there is a variety of the color pink to suit every personality and mood.
These colors can also be found in nature. Here’s a visual list ofthings that are pink.
What is the RGB color code for pink? ›
Information about Pink / #FFC0CB
In a RGB color space (made from three colored lights for red, green, and blue), hex #FFC0CB is made of 100% red, 75.3% green and 79.6% blue.
99 Shades of Pink Color With Names, HEX, RGB, & CMYK.What hex is dark pink? ›
Dark pink is a vivid purplish-red color with the hex code #AA336A, sometimes called deep pink.What hex is hot pink? ›
The hex code for hot pink is #FF69B4.What is the RGB for blush pink? ›
The color blush pink in percentages
If you're identifying color for pretty much anything digital, you're working in an RGB colorspace. If the project you're working on requires percentage representation, blush pink is made of 100% red, 51% green, and 55% blue.
50 Shades of Pink Foundation founded by Dr. Jacqueline Walters. Our mission is Treating the Inner & Outer Beauty of Breast Cancer Patients/Survivors.Is pink a girl color? ›
In Europe and the United States, pink is often associated with girls, while blue is associated with boys. These colors were first used as gender signifiers just prior to World War I (for either girls or boys), and pink was first established as a female gender signifier in the 1940s.What Colour is rose pink? ›
Rose is a shade of red, not a pink. Because it sits between red and pink on the color wheel, rose looks like a mix of both colors – but it's actually closer to red than it is pink. Aesthetically, rose red is darker than most pinks and might be seen as less overtly feminine.Is Rose gold a shade of pink? ›
What color is rose gold? Rose gold is a soft, golden-tinged shade of pink. The rose gold color code is #B76E79.Is pink the rarest color? ›
|Complementary Colors||Light Green Yellow-Green|
|Color Temperature||Neutral to warm|
What color is Valentine pink? ›
Valentine Pink is a midtone, pure, fun fuchsia pink with a magenta undertone. It is a perfect paint color for a small bedroom. Pair it with white trim and accents of lime greens and juicy oranges.What color is honey pink? ›
Maybelline Honey Pink is a moderately warm-toned, light-medium coral with a satin finish.What color is scarlet pink? ›
Scarlet is a bright red color, sometimes with a slightly orange tinge. In the spectrum of visible light, and on the traditional color wheel, it is one-quarter of the way between red and orange, slightly less orange than vermilion.What hex is Barbie pink? ›
Barbie Pink - #e0218a Hex Code, Shades and Complementary Colors.What color is calypso pink? ›
Calypso is a light pink-nude with fine black specks nail polish.What color is power pink? ›
Powder Pink is a light, pure, coral pink with a raspberry undertone.What color is lush pink? ›
Lush Pink is a dark value, brown/pink. Suitable for Fitzpatrick skin tones 1-4. Vibrant, cool-toned with a pink base.What color is Dusty rose? ›
A mix of pink and violet, dusty rose is a gentle, subdued color. While not overly showy, this particular shade of pink embodies a sense of maturity that allows it to stand on its own while also pairing well with others.Does she get pregnant in fifty shades? ›
Seven months later Ana and Christian have a son named Theodore Raymond Grey, nicknamed Teddy. Two years later Ana is six months pregnant with their second child, a daughter whom they decide to name Phoebe Grey. Elliot and Kate have married and have a two-month-old daughter named Ava.What is pink and grey? ›
Pink and Gray (ピンクとグレー, Pinku to gurē) is a 2016 Japanese drama film directed by Isao Yukisada. It was released in Japan on January 9, 2016. It is based on the homonymous novel by Japanese idol writer Shigeaki Kato. Pink and Gray.
Which 50 shades does she get kidnapped? ›
Rather, I'm talking about the scene in Fifty Shades Freed that left many of us confused: when Jack Hyde kidnaps Mia Grey. Jack is released from prison on bail and kidnaps Mia not too long after.Do boys like pink? ›
There is no such thing as gender colours. This is a myth – just clever marketing. And while we're at it, there's no such thing as gender neutral colours either. Over the years I've had many people come to me saying their son likes pink and should they be worried.Can a boy wear pink? ›
Whether you want a custom pink dress shirt, or prefer to add a pop of pink (think a pocket square or tie) as to complement your custom suit, you simply can't go wrong with adding pink to your look. Keep in mind that men with darker skin tones look better in lighter hues such as baby pink, pink sky and lavender pink.Is pink a unisex color? ›
The short answer is no. Pastel colors for baby clothing—including blue and pink—were introduced in the mid-19th century, and they didn't become sex-specific colors until the 20th century. A couple of different aspects affected the ultimate designation of pink for girls.What color is watermelon pink? ›
Watermelon pink is a bright, saturated shade of pink with the hex code #E37383, the color of the perfectly ripe interior of the watermelon fruit. Watermelon pink closely resembles other fruit-themed shades of pink like raspberry and cerise.Is salmon a pink color? ›
Farm-raised salmon is naturally gray; the pink color is added. Wild salmon is naturally pink due to their diet which includes astaxanthin, a reddish-orange compound found in krill and shrimp.What color is pink berry? ›
Estee Lauder Pinkberry is a moderately warm-toned, medium mauve with a cream finish. It is a permanent lipstick that retails for $32.00 and contains 0.12 oz. Jump to a particular section if you know what information you're looking for!Is magenta a shade of pink? ›
Magenta is a color that is usually pinkish-purplish-red. The technical answer is that magenta is the concentrated form of pink or purple. Sometimes it is confused with pink or purple. In terms of the HSV (RGB) color wheel, the hue is the same for both pink and magenta; only the saturation and value differ.Is Peach a shade of pink? ›
What Color Is Peach? The peach color can be described as a light orange-pink or a light yellowish-orange. However, what colors make peach? When mixing a peach color, you can use red, yellow, and white or orange, red, and white.Is neon pink warm or cool? ›
Pink has a tint of red in it, so we can conclude pink is a warm color.
Is there a royal pink color? ›
The color royal pink with hexadecimal color code #e73895 is a shade of magenta-pink. In the RGB color model #e73895 is comprised of 90.59% red, 21.96% green and 58.43% blue. In the HSL color space #e73895 has a hue of 328° (degrees), 78% saturation and 56% lightness.Do pink roses exist? ›
We all know that roses are red and violets are blue…but actually, roses can also be blue, pink, orange, or even black. And that's just the beginning. These beautiful flowers come in many different colors, both naturally and with the help of dye.Why is pink the oldest color? ›
“The bright pink pigments are the molecular fossils of chlorophyll that were produced by ancient photosynthetic organisms inhabiting an ancient ocean that has long since vanished,” Dr. Gueneli said in a news release.What is color brightest pink? ›
Neon pink is a bright shade of pink with the hex code #FF10F0, first created with the advent of luminescent paint in the 1920s. Neon pink is often confused with hot pink, but neon pink is typically much brighter.What is the most pink pink? ›
In 2016 Semple stirred up a storm with his lurid PINK pigment, made in retaliation against British installation artist and sculptor Anish Kapoor's exclusive jet-black 'Vantablack'. Read on to find out more about Semple's infamous PINK pigment, dubbed the world's “pinkest pink”, and its controversial backstory.Is pink the happiest color? ›
According to color psychology, pink most often creates feelings of kindness, romance, nurturing, and calmness. Pink can be a warm hug in your happiness safe haven, but it can also be bright, vibrant, and stimulating if you go with a brighter shade.What color is ballerina pink? ›
Ballerina is a pale, bright, cheerful cerise pink with a rose-pink undertone. It is a perfect paint color for a powder room or all walls in a bedroom.Is Sakura pink a colour? ›
The color cherry blossom pink with hexadecimal color code #ffb7c5 is a very light shade of pink-red. In the RGB color model #ffb7c5 is comprised of 100% red, 71.76% green and 77.25% blue. In the HSL color space #ffb7c5 has a hue of 348° (degrees), 100% saturation and 86% lightness.What color is sangria pink? ›
Pink Sangria is a light, pure, salmon pink-orange with a brick undertone.What color is punch pink? ›
Pink Punch is a midtone, pure, cheerful cerise pink with a rose-pink undertone. It is a perfect paint color for an accent wall or the exterior of your home.
What color is sugar pink? ›
The hexadecimal color code #f6e4c6 is a very light shade of brown. In the RGB color model #f6e4c6 is comprised of 96.47% red, 89.41% green and 77.65% blue.What is the colour dusty pink? ›
Dusty pink is a bright, delicate color. It's a result of mixing three colors: white, red and beige. It's often mistaken for pastel pink, although it looks very different. If you compare those two shades, you can notice significant differences.What color is Disney pink? ›
Disney has a brand new color for the Summer of 2022 and its Orchid Pink.What color is fuchsia? ›
Fuchsia. Fuchsia, a vivid reddish purple that straddles the line between purple and pink, is also named for a flower: a genus of decorative shrubs that are tropical in origin but which are commonly raised as houseplants.What color is TikTok pink? ›
|#ff0050||TikTok Pink Hex: #ff0050 RGB: 255, 0, 80|
|#00f2ea||TikTok Aqua Hex: #00f2ea RGB: 0, 242, 234|
|#000000||TikTok Black Hex: #000000 RGB: 0, 0, 0|
Red and white mixed together make pink. The amount of each color you add affects the shade of pink you end up with. So more white will give you a lighter pink, whereas more red will give you a darker pink.How do you make neon pink? ›
To make pink paint by mixing other colors together, start by mixing equal parts red and white paint together. Add more white paint if you want a lighter shade of pink, or add more red paint if you want a darker shade. For a vibrant shade of pink, try adding a little bit of white paint to crimson paint.What color makes light pink? ›
Pink requires a mixture of red and purple light—colors from opposite ends of the visible spectrum.What is Japanese pink? ›
In the Japanese language, the traditional word for pink, momo-iro (ももいろ), takes its name from the peach blossom. There is a separate word for the color of the cherry blossom: sakura-iro. In recent times a word based on the English version, pinku (ピンク), has begun to be used.