To reach the appropriate level of brightness, two parts red, one part blue, and one part violet are combined with white. Hot pink is a mixture of primary and secondary colours, which are created by mixing the primary hues of red, blue, and yellow.

Typically, artists combine paint pigments somewhat differently to obtain a range of pink hues. The present use of HEX codes, sRGB coordinates, CYMK coordinates, and HSV coordinates by colour programmes assigns standard colours to all possible colour combinations. In any colour coordinate system, colour wheels, tables, and squares contain coordinates denoting the proportions of red, blue, and yellow.

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