brown: amber, brandy, champagne, chestnut, chocolate, cognac, doe-eyed, golden, honey, nut brown, russet, soft, tawny, topaz, velvety, walnut, whiskey, cinnamon, copper, fawn, maroon, rusty, sepia, straw-colored, tawny, terracotta, umber, beige, bronze, coffee/cocoa, molasses, coconuts, fudge, toffee, dirt, mud, autumn.
black (dark brown): coal black, ebony, jet black, obsidian, pitch black, sloe-eyed, smoky, soot, velvety, dark, soulless, ink, charcoal, (mid)night, raven’s wing, inky, flinty
blue: aquamarine, baby blue, china blue, cornflower blue, crystal blue, (washed out) denim blue, electric blue, forget-me-not blue, gunmetal blue, steel blue, ice blue, indigo, sapphire, sky blue, navy, peacock, royal blue, teal, turquoise, ultramarine, aquamarine, cornflower blue, watery blue, milky blue.
gray: charcoal gray, cloud gray, graphite, gunmetal, silver, slate, smoky, storm, iron grey, leaden, dove grey, slush, gravel, wolf’s fur, moon-like, soft grey, opal, washed out, cement
green: bottle green, cat’s eye green, chartreuse, emerald, forest green, grass green, jade green, leaf green, sea green, olive, pea green, color of spring, fern green,
hazel: generally brown/green desc.
violet: amethyst, hyacinth, magenta, lavender, lilac.
red: plum, wine-colored, rose-colored, ruby, scarlet, vermilion, burgundy, cerise, claret, crimson.
note: eye colors are in order from most common to least common. all of these are varying degrees of cliché, so avoid describing eye colors more than a small handful of times. you should use other details to enhance these descriptive terms, or scratch them, and use an unusual comparison.
I stumbled upon a website that allows you to blend any colors evenly no matter how opposite on the spectrum they are.
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WHERE HAS THIS BEEN ALL MY LIFE???
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