Quotes about the Color Pink

Pink is a magical color. ~Constance Fuller McIntyre, “The Philosophy of Dress,” 1905

And then, I am the color pink. If hot red is for anger and rage, then pink is the color of a soft burning — hot enough to light up the dark corners of sadness and grief, but cool enough to be tender, innocent, open. ~Ibi Zoboi, American Street, 2017

Pink is a powerful color. ~William Ralston Balch, 1883

Everything should be available in the color pink, including monster trucks. ~Richelle E. Goodrich, Smile Anyway: Quotes, Verse, and Grumblings for Every Day of the Year, 2015

Pink says it with a passion. ~Anthony T. Hincks, An Author of Life, 2018

Pink, a whisper of beauty… ~Terri Guillemets, “Listen to the colors,” 2007

Pink activates endorphins and energizes my creativity. It is a colour of femininity and fierceness. ~Janna Cachola, c.2013

Happiness doesn’t always come in pink. Learn to appreciate the rainbow. ~Richelle E. Goodrich, Smile Anyway: Quotes, Verse, and Grumblings for Every Day of the Year, 2015

Pink — it was love at first sight…
Pink — it’s like red but not quite…
~Richie Supa, Glen Ballard, & Steven Tyler, “Pink,” 1996 ♫

Pink is not just a color. It’s an attitude. ~Miley Cyrus, c.2009 [Elyn Aviva, The Journey, 2004: “So black isn’t just a color, it’s an ‘attitude.'” –tg]

Pink is a seashell,
Pink is a rose,
Pink is a puppy’s
Tongue and nose.
Pink are my cheeks
And my bunny’s ears;
Pink is the sky
When sunrise nears…
~Jean B. McKinney, 1968

Suddenly the ballerina appears. She is all allurement, rose glow, cream and pink. ~Louis Weinberg, “Color in the Theatre,” 1918

Pink is the name often given to the colour rose-pink, a light, gentle, slightly bluish variety of the reds, because of its being the usual colour of the flower of the same name. ~The National Encyclopædia, 1884 [Dianthus, and carnations. –tg]

The rose colours of madder have justly been considered as supplying a desideratum, and as the most valuable acquisition of the palette in modern times, since perfectly permanent transparent reds and rose colours were previously unknown to the art of painting. These pigments are of hues from warm or cool, from pure pink to the deepest rose colour. ~George Field, Chromatography, 1835