This post is my forty third entry for Tourmaline’s Color Your World Challenge and this week’s color is Mauvelous. I hope y’all enjoy reading my new post. Hope y’all are staying safe and healthy! Here’s a link to Tourmaline’s blog

Color your World: Mauvelous

In a RGB color space, hex #ef98aa (also known as Mauvelous) is composed of 93.7% red, 59.6% green and 66.7% blue. Whereas in a CMYK color space, it is composed of 0% cyan, 36.4% magenta, 28.9% yellow and 6.3% black. It has a hue angle of 347.6 degrees, a saturation of 73.1% and a lightness of 76.7%. #ef98aa color hex could be obtained by blending #ffffff with #df3155. Closest websafe color is: #ff9999. The hexadecimal color #ef98aa has RGB values of R:239, G:152, B:170 and CMYK values of C:0, M:0.36, Y:0.29, K:0.06. Its decimal value is 15702186.

The hexadecimal color code #f091a9 is a light shade of pink. In the RGB color model #f091a9 is comprised of 94.12% red, 56.86% green and 66.27% blue. In the HSL color space #f091a9 has a hue of 345° (degrees), 76% saturation and 75% lightness. This color has an approximate wavelength of 495.82 nm.

Mauve is a pale purple color named after the mallow flower. The first use of the word mauve as a color was in 1796–98 according to the Oxford English Dictionary, but its use seems to have been rare before 1859. Another name for the color is mallow, with the first recorded use of mallow as a color name in English in 1611.

Movies with Mauve in the Title

1.) Mauve Decade (1989)

2.) Mauve (2015)

3.) Un Taxi Mauve aka The Purple Taxi (1977)

4.) Mauves: Eh Fille (2018)

TV Shows with Mauve in the Title

1.) Emmenez-moi au théâtre La robe mauve de Valentine (1985)

2.) Skitmarks Season 1 Episode 7 Mauve Waterfall’s Beautifications Ramifications (2013)

3.) Beau temps, mauvais temps (1955)

4.) Mysteries at the Museum Season Episode Buried Alive, Mauve, Crash at Crush (2012)

Books with Mauve in the Title

1.) Mauve Gloves and Madmen, Clutter and Vine by Tom Wolfe

2.) Mauve by Isobella Crowley

3.) Mauve and Murder by Barbara Burnett Smith

4.) Girl in the Mauve Mini by Leslie Lance

Bands or Singers/Musicians or Artists with Mauve in the Name

1.) MaUVe

2.) Mauve Band


4.) MauveStröm

Songs with Mauve in the Name

1.) “Mauve” by GUMI

2.) “Billets Mauves” by Pins

3.) “Mauve” (Original Mix) by Kaiserdisco

4.) “Time to Mix Blue and Red and Make a Mauve” by Jake Bradford-Sharp

Production Companies with Mauve in the Title

1.) Mauve Films

2.) Mauve Image

3.) Mauve Films & Equipment Rentals

4.) Mauve Music Inc.

Companies with Mauve in the Title

1.) Fierce Mauve Indian Restaurant

2.) Mauve Cafe and Restaurant

3.) Mauve Dreams

4.) Mauve Group

Movies with Lous in the Title

1.) Lousy Little Sixpence (1983)

2.) Shaandaar (Fabulous) (2015)

3.) The Gun in Betty Lou’s Handbag (1992)

4.) Miss Congeniality 2: Armed & Fabulous (2005)

TV Shows with Lous in the Title

1.) Absolutely Fabulous (1992)

2.) The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (2017)

3.) Scandalous (2018)

4.) Ramuism Welcome to the world of Ram Gopal Verma Episode 10 Jealousy (2014)

Books with Lous in the Title

1.) Fabulous India by Subhash Majumder

2.) Once Upon a Time in India: The Marvellous Adventures of Captain Corcoran by Alfred Assollant

3.) The Unscrupulous Uncle by Allison Lane

4.) The Advent of the Incredulous Stigmata Man by Kelvin Mason

Bands or Singers/Musicians or Artists with Lous in the Name

1.) The Mary Lous

2.) Lou’s Blues

3.) Les Lou’s

4.) Captain Lou’s

Songs with Lous in the Name

1.) “Shaam Shaandaar” by Amit Trivedi (Shaandaar means Fabulous)

2.) “Jealousy” by Gagan Kokri

3.) “Lou’s Song” by Jason Upton

4.) “Marvelous” by Walter Hawkins

Production Companies with Lous in the Title

1.) Loustaunau Productions

2.) Lousiana Governor’s Office of Film and TV Development

3.) Lousanne Films

4.) Lousy Amoeba Productions

Companies with Lous in the Title

1.) Tiny Lou’s

2.) Lotus Curry House

3.) The Lou’s Corporation

4.) Lou’s Construction