How can you dye a white shirt to purple?
You first buy purple dye, from like Walmart or something, and then you put the shirt(s) in the washer, then pour the dye in, don't pour the WHOLE thing in though, unless you want to...
um id say white or....hmmm.....a lighter or darker purple shirt but it depends on if the tie is dark purple or light purple. White!
Costly and labor-intensive dyes Tyrian purple (or royal purple) and Tekhelet were historically made by the ancient Phoenicians using mucous from the hypobranchial gland of two species commonly referred to as "murex", Murex brandaris and Murex trunculus, which are the older names for Haustellum brandaris and the Hexaplex trunculus. This dye was used in royal robes, other kinds of special ceremonial or ritual garments, or garments indicating high rank. It featured prominently in the ancient… Read More
Yes, it would look really good, but jeans would look better in my opinion.
Camo pants are generally came in dark color, now a days you can also get this pants in different funky colors and designs. You can wear any color of shirt with camo pants. Purple shirt with camo pant will definitely give a cool look or dashing look to your personality.
Of course you can. However, some people might think that it doesn't match and it is unstylish. If I were you though, I would be more concerned with whether it looked good to me, and whether I was comfortable in it. Everyone can have their own style.
Well this first one I found is for women but who would really know.... http://www.rei.com/product/705490
Yes ! It'll look great !
you mix red and blue to get purple
I think they're the injured reserve players.. not playing in the game.I'd hope that if you played all year long, they'd let them were a Jersey to the Big Game!
Any mall near you =)
What colour coat matches purple shirt
with blue dye
Blue is a primary color, red and blue mixed make the secondary color purple.
red and blue
yes yu can!! all diff. colors- green, blue, purple, pink, orange, yellow etc...
blue and red make purple stupid idiot
You would mix it with yellow, it's complimentary colour. Whenever you want to make the colour brown, just mix it with a complimentary colour. (Purple + Yellow, Red + Green, Orange + Blue.)
nope unless your color blind
Maybe not completely white, but it should go at least cream . =]
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jeans black pantsyellow?
crush them boil them when there crushed then let cool down them poor on fabrick dude i realy dont no but answer back ..
It is impossible to create green without yellow.
You would be left with the color blue.
You really can't unless you also have red and blue. I don't know any other way than that except certain expectations. So you can't really use white.
You can try ties in quite a few colors to wear with a purple shirt. You can wear a tie that is a lighter or darker shade than the shirt you are wearing. You can try blue, grey, or black as well.
Blue! A dark purple shirt should have a dark blue tie, and a light purple shirt should have a light blue tie. Silvery white would look nice too. Blue! A dark purple shirt should have a dark blue tie, and a light purple shirt should have a light blue tie. Silvery white would look nice too. Depends on what you are wearing with the Purple Shirt. It could be a darker Purple, or lighter purple… Read More
to collect all these colours put them all in a bowl and mix them. Blue and orange are complimentary colors. They make brown.
a dark blue shirt! ;)
dark coloured denim jeans would look best.
blue, or bluish-green If you have made your own purple by combining red and blue, and have not mixed it well or made it a more of a blue violet, then you will get the bluish green because of the yellow mixing with the blue. If you are using a premixed violet such as deep violet, then yellow becomes the complementary color and you get gray or brown depending on the ratio and exact yellow… Read More
Well, if you are trying to dye a pale yellow cotton blouse a deep purple, you will get an ugly gray. That's what happened to me. I liked the blouse, but I don't look good in yellow; I had some purple dye, so I gave it a shot. Then I used a color stripper to remove the purple and the blouse ended up a grayish-lavender. Not the color I was hoping for.
Blue-Violet (Tertiary color)
depends on the shades of each color but anywhere in between brown and black
Purple is a secondary colour which is the result of mixing equal parts red and blue. Adding more of the primary colour blue, will result in the tertiary colour purple-blue.
If you are talking paints - mixing red and blue should produce purple.
first soil the coat in soda ash so the dye will actually stay in the fabric. then you need to get professional dye. and make swirls with rubber bands first soil the coat in soda ash so the dye will actually stay in the fabric. then you need to get professional dye. and make swirls with rubber bands
Does a pin stripe suit goes with a white shirt with purple stripped lines but the collar and sleeves are white?
What color is your suit? 1. Charcoal / shades of gray - Very Nicely 2. Black - Smart 3. Midnight Blue - Under artificial light, yes. But 1. and 2. are better!
If purple flower color is dominant over white flower color how can two purple flowered parents produce white flowered offspring?
It can happen when both parents are a heterozygous
The result will vary depending whether you are refering to subtractive or additive mixing of colours. If you were to mix dark purple paint with yellow paint for example you would get a brownish colour. This is because the more colours you add, the less light that is reflected to your eyes. Since blue and red make purple, and the three primary colours of paint are red, blue and yellow; mixing all three will cause… Read More
I like the color purple. But that is more of an opinion question.