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In its essence, a teal color is blue green but darker than aqua and cyan hues. It can be created by combining green and blue pigments with white. Do you know that this color got its name from a duck called Eurasian teal that has a blue-green stripe on its head? People started using teal when referring to this hue back in 1917. The word itself has Middle German and Dutch roots.
Teal is a blend of stability peculiar to blue and healing qualities along with optimism peculiar to green. Teal is often associated with spiritual and mental balance, restfulness.
Read on to discover ways of making this bright and saturated hue a part of your life.
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