Blue is a primary hue, hence there is no pigment that can "create" it. If you mix a lot of blue paint with a little pink, you'll get an extremely bluish purple. When another main or secondary hue is mixed with pink, it produces blue. When red is mixed with pink, the result is a redder tint of pink. When yellow is mixed with pink, the result is a golden-yellow color.
The best way to think about this is that colors are mixes of other colors: blue is a mixture of green and violet, while pink is a mixture of red and white. There are many different mixtures that can produce the same color, so each color has many names. For example, red may be called maroon, crimson, brick, plum, or ruby - depending on which base color you're mixing it with.
It's helpful to remember that blue and pink are two ends of the spectrum - they are opposite in terms of how much of each main color they contain. If you were to take any color on the spectrum and reduce its intensity by half, you would end up with blue or pink. It's like turning up the volume down on a radio channel; if you did it with enough channels, you would end up with noise.
These colors exist in nature, where they are seen everywhere from flowers to feathers. In art, colors similar to blue and pink exist too; they are called violets and pinks.
When orange is mixed with pink, it creates an orangish pink, similar to salmon. When yellow is mixed with pink, the result is orange. When green is mixed with pink, the color becomes olive drab.
Although purple is a secondary color, similar to pink, since it is created by combining red and blue, blending blue with pink produces a different range of purple colors, such as pastel purple or light purple. The paler the red, the paler the purple. A very dark red will produce a very dark purple.
In fact, the more pink there is in the mixture, the darker the purple will be. So, if you were to mix equal amounts of red and pink, the color would be medium purple. If you added more pink powder, the color would become lighter again. The same thing happens with blue and yellow - the closer they are in strength, the brighter the resulting color will be.
So, to create a white color, you would need to add some black to the mixture (or more accurately, dark blue). To make a gray color, you could mix any two colors - for example, half blue and half pink would produce an olive green color. To make a brown color, you would need to mix red and yellow or blue and yellow.
There are many other colors you can make by mixing different amounts of red, blue, and pink powders. But remember, the more pink you add, the lighter the color will be. And also remember that purple is a secondary color, so it's normal if some colors are missing from your experiment!
When you combine blue with purple dye, you get various colors of purple. When you blend a medium blue with purple, you get purple with blue tones. If you choose an electric blue, the outcome will be a blueish purple, and if you choose a dark blue, the result will be an intense purple. The more of each color you use, the darker the resulting color will be.
The easiest way to think about these colors is that purple is a mix of blue and red, while blue-violet is a mix of blue and green. Combining colors like this allows for some really interesting effects. For example, when you mix blue and red, you get pink; when you mix blue and yellow, you get green; and when you mix blue and orange, you get red. There are also black, white, and gray colors that can be created by mixing different amounts of any color. For example, black can be created by mixing all red with all blue, or some red with some blue. White can be made by mixing all of one color with all of another (for example, all red with all white), and gray can be made by combining equal amounts of two colors.
So, considering there are actually three colors involved (with blue, purple, and grey being the variations) it can be said that hair color can be anything from black to silver to blue to purple to red to gray. :
When you mix pink and blue, you get a more pastel purple, or light purple. Pink is a red-tinted color. Blue is a green-tinted color. When you mix them, you get a color in between.
According to scientists, when red and blue colors are mixed together, it creates a white color at the end. However, this does not mean that you can mix any two colors and expect a clear result. There are limits to what can be created by mixing certain colors together. For example, you cannot make red violet by mixing red and blue colors. Instead, you will just get dark red.
The same thing happens with gray colors. You cannot make a gray by mixing red with blue; instead, you get black. It's only possible to create different shades of gray by adding more or less red or blue. For example, if you added more blue to the mixture, you would get lighter gray. If you added more red, you would get darker gray.
Finally, there are true colors like magenta and cyan. These colors cannot be made by mixing other colors together. They are always pure tones of one single hue.
In conclusion, when you mix two colors, you will always get a new color.