Off pink is any pink that is tinged with another color. Pink isn't a spectral color but is a result of red+white and other combinations such as red+blue. Colors that are perceived as true pinks are typically red+white+blue. Pinks with much blue such as fuchsia become extremely bright and begin to resemble purple. Off-pinks also include pastel pinks such as rose, orangish pinks and greyish pinks. The following are common types of off pink.
New York Pink
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