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#665b91 Hex Color Code

#665b91 Paint ChipThe hexadecimal color code #665b91 is a shade of blue-magenta. In the RGB color model #665b91 is comprised of 40% red, 35.69% green and 56.86% blue. In the HSL color space #665b91 has a hue of 252° (degrees), 23% saturation and 46% lightness. This color has an approximate wavelength of 450.1 nm.

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#665b91 linear gradient to complementary #83a04c

  1. #665b91
  2. #6e6687
  3. #75727c
  4. #7a7d72
  5. #7e8966
  6. #81945a
  7. #83a04c

Monochromatic Colors

  1. #544a7e
  2. #5a4f84
  3. #60558b
  4. #665b91
  5. #6c6197
  6. #72679e
  7. #796da4

Tones

  1. #665b91
  2. #695f8d
  3. #6c6488
  4. #6f6884
  5. #726d7f
  6. #74717b
  7. #767676

Tints and Shades

#665b91 to white

  1. #665b91
  2. #7f74a3
  3. #988eb5
  4. #b1a9c7
  5. #cbc5da
  6. #e5e2ec
  7. #ffffff

#665b91 to black

  1. #665b91
  2. #554c77
  3. #443d5f
  4. #342f47
  5. #252131
  6. #16141c
  7. #000000

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Similar Paints

  1. TRUMATCH

    1. ★ 38-d5
      #675c8f
      ΔE = 0.784 / LRV ≈ 12.5%
  2. Earthpaint

    1. ★ 2-40-6 Palisade Orchid
      #635a8e
      ΔE = 0.925 / LRV ≈ 11.9%
    2. 2-41-6 Afternoon Delight
      #6f5c8d
      ΔE = 2.551 / LRV ≈ 13.0%
  3. Pantone / PMS

    1. ★ P 99-14 C
      #645a95
      ΔE = 1.267 / LRV ≈ 12.2%
    2. P 96-7 U
      #6a5988
      ΔE = 2.393 / LRV ≈ 12.0%
  4. Plascon

    1. ★ Desolate P2-D1-4
      #6c5c94
      ΔE = 1.528 / LRV ≈ 13.0%
    2. Silver Shell P3-D1-4
      #6c5894
      ΔE = 2.440 / LRV ≈ 12.3%
  5. Behr

    1. ★ 630B-7 Pandora
      #695f94
      ΔE = 1.538 / LRV ≈ 13.3%
  6. Dulux Australia

    1. ★ Colossus / A410
      #605c91
      ΔE = 1.632 / LRV ≈ 12.2%
  7. California Paints

    1. ★ Concord Bloom
      #6c5b8e
      ΔE = 1.701 / LRV ≈ 12.6%
    2. DE 5943 - Eye Candy
      #665d9e
      ΔE = 2.871 / LRV ≈ 13.1%
  8. Crown Diamond

    1. ★ 7348-63 Introspective
      #6d5d92
      ΔE = 1.715 / LRV ≈ 13.2%
  9. Sico

    1. ★ 6025-63 Introspective
      #6d5d92
      ΔE = 1.715 / LRV ≈ 13.2%
  10. Levis

    1. ★ Clear Purple C60
      #625894
      ΔE = 1.826 / LRV ≈ 11.7%
  11. Resene

    1. ★ Butterfly Bush V54-057-295
      #68578c
      ΔE = 1.841 / LRV ≈ 11.7%
    2. Kimberly V53-044-293
      #695d87
      ΔE = 2.979 / LRV ≈ 12.6%
  12. Dulux

    1. ★ 23RB 11/349
      #64568c
      ΔE = 1.911 / LRV ≈ 11.3%
  13. Valspar Paint

    1. ★ Pansy Purple
      #6a5c8b
      ΔE = 1.936 / LRV ≈ 12.6%
  14. Benjamin Moore

    1. ★ Seduction / 1399
      #6d5a8e
      ΔE = 2.011 / LRV ≈ 12.5%
  15. Dupont

    1. ★ CAS678
      #60578a
      ΔE = 2.091 / LRV ≈ 11.1%
  16. CIL

    1. ★ Palace Purple
      #67568a
      ΔE = 2.201 / LRV ≈ 11.4%
  17. Taubmans

    1. Purple Berry / T12 36.H5
      #5f568b
      ΔE = 2.305 / LRV ≈ 11.0%
    2. Intense Violet / T10 36C-2
      #61548b
      ΔE = 2.700 / LRV ≈ 10.7%
  18. Bristol

    1. Purple Berry / P097-C7
      #5f568b
      ΔE = 2.305 / LRV ≈ 11.0%
  19. Evonik-Degussa

    1. 274A Purple Tryst
      #5e5c8e
      ΔE = 2.349 / LRV ≈ 12.0%
  20. General Paint

    1. High Church / CLV 1175N
      #6d5f8e
      ΔE = 2.499 / LRV ≈ 13.4%
  21. Sikkens

    1. V9.26.33
      #605787
      ΔE = 2.523 / LRV ≈ 11.1%
  22. Cloverdale Paint

    1. Iris Illusion / 7157
      #605786
      ΔE = 2.696 / LRV ≈ 11.0%
  23. Caparol

    1. 2211
      #605c9c
      ΔE = 2.822 / LRV ≈ 12.5%
  24. Dunn-Edwards

    1. Mardi Gras / 340
      #665d9e
      ΔE = 2.871 / LRV ≈ 13.1%
  25. Brillux

    1. 51.15.24
      #666293
      ΔE = 2.908 / LRV ≈ 13.7%
  26. Devoe Paint

    1. Palace Purple / 23RB 11/349
      #695686
      ΔE = 2.965 / LRV ≈ 11.4%
  27. Sigma

    1. Mistic Purple / S 4040-R60B
      #666292
      ΔE = 2.994 / LRV ≈ 13.6%

#665b91 HTML / CSS Code Examples

#665b91 foreground

The job of the artist is always to deepen the mystery.

Francis Bacon
<p style="color: #665b91">…</p>

#665b91 background

There are painters who transform the sun into a yellow spot, but there are others who, thanks to their art and intelligence, transform a yellow spot into the sun.

Pablo Picasso
<p style="background-color: #665b91">…</p>

#665b91 shadow

The object of art is not to reproduce reality, but to create a reality of the same intensity.

Alberto Giacometti
<p style="text-shadow: 0.1em 0.1em 0.15em #665b91">…</p>

Color Charts

Color Space Conversions

Decimal
6708113
Binary
01100110, 01011011, 10010001
Hexadecimal
#665b91
LRV
≈ 12.4%
Closest short hex
#658 ΔE = 2.625
RGB
rgb(102, 91, 145)
RGBA
rgba(102, 91, 145, 1.0)
rg chromaticity
r: 0.302, g: 0.269, b: 0.429
RYB
red: 0.400%, yellow: 0.357%, blue: 0.569%
Android / android.graphics.Color
-10069103 / 0xff665b91
HSL
hsl(252, 23%, 46%)
HSLA
hsla(252, 23%, 46%, 1.0)
HSV / HSB
hue: 252° (252.222), saturation: 37% (0.372), value: 57% (0.569)
HSP
hue: 252.222, saturation: 37.241%, perceived brightness: 39.932%
HSLuv (HUSL)
H: 272.497, S: 31.845, L: 41.769
Cubehelix
H: -112.769, S: 0.376, L: 0.393
TSL
T: -3.466, S: 0.096, L: 0.394
CMYK
cyan: 30% (0.297), magenta: 37% (0.372), yellow: 0% (0.000), key: 43% (0.431)
CMY
cyan: 60% (0.600), magenta: 64% (0.643), yellow: 43% (0.431)
XYZ
X: 14.330, Y: 12.351, Z: 28.412
xyY
x: 0.260, y: 0.224, Y: 12.351
CIELab
L: 41.769, a: 17.115, b: -28.202
CIELuv
L: 41.769, u: 1.849, v: -42.392
CIELCH / LCHab
L: 41.769, C: 32.989, H: 301.252
CIELUV / LCHuv
L: 41.769, C: 42.432, H: 272.497
Hunter-Lab
L: 35.144, a: 11.282, b: -23.331
CIECAM02
J: 31.864, C: 34.166, h: 285.565, Q: 111.213, M: 29.878, s: 51.832, H: 325.295
OSA-UCS
lightness: -10.309, jaune: -5.092, green: -1.264
LMS
L: 11.193, M: 11.057, S: 28.151
YCbCr
Y: 102.288, Cb: 150.078, Cr: 128.995
YCgCo
Y: 107.250, Cg: -16.250, Co: 14.750
YDbDr
Y: 100.445, Db: 67.032, Dr: -2.945
YPbPr
Y: 97.231, Pb: 25.735, Pr: 3.016
xvYCC
Y: 99.504, Cb: 150.606, Cr: 130.649
YIQ
Y: 100.445, I: -10.795, Q: 19.127
YUV
Y: 100.445, U: 21.926, V: 1.364
Munsell Color System
10PB 4/8 ΔE = 1.725
Brand Color
Heroku (dark) ΔE = 5.198

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