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Teal Explained

The colof of open communication and clarity of thought.

Teal In Combination

Here are some different ways teal can be combined.






Teal For You

Teal Hues

Teal Tints

Teal Shades

Teal Tones

Teal In Nature

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Teal In Psychology

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Teal In History

According to some evidence, humans started developing blue colorants 5,000 years ago. The semi-precious stone Lapis Lazuli, a deep-blue metamorphic rock, was highly prized among the Egyptians. During the Renaissance, this bright blue mineral was often combined with other ingredients, which led to the pigment ultramarine, the most expensive of all pigments. Afterward, blue dyes were spread throughout the world. In the 19th century, organic dyes were replaced by synthetic blue dyes. Soon after, dark blue was used for military uniforms. In the 20th century, it was one of the most popular colors for business suits.

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