Need a pink hex color code or RGB value?
Pinks are popular! Here are 33, so you can find that perfect pink.
There’s a table with color swatches to visualize the various pink values. These are followed by the color name, hex code, and RGB color code.
Plus there’s a handy color chart you can pin!
Ready to perk up with pink?
Pink Color Code
Pink is often described as light red, but pinks can really run the gamut – from baby pink to fluorescent pink.
There are so many pinks that it can be hard to know where to start.
We’re starting off with a traditional light pink represented by the #ffc0cb color hex. This is referred to as “pink” online, even though that term is commonly applied to many other hues!
In the RGB color space, this color pink is represented by (255,192,203). That means that red light is fully on, and there’s a good amount of green and blue light as well. This keeps the hue on the pastel side.
The RGB system is used by any type of display monitor – computer, TV, mobile device – which employs red, green, and blue light to create all the colors the human eye can see.
The nearest web safe color is is #ffcccc.
Here is the pink #FFC0CB color swatch:
Shades of Pink
Shade means the pure color with black added. We will start with our pink swatch from above.
Here are 9 shades between the #ffc0cb hexadecimal number through to pure black.
I am only counting three of these as pink shades, because they quickly go from pinks to looking more like muted purples and nearly-blacks!
Tints of Pink
Tint means your original color with white added. Here you’ll see pastel to pale pink.
Below we will run from the hexadecimal code for #ffc0cb through to pure white color.
Pink Color Codes
Now we get into all the different pinks: bright, muted, neon. Dark pink to pastel pink. Common shades plus more unusual!
Check out the exact colors in the swatches, then the color numbers.
You can grab these codes for your web page or design projects by copying the hexadecimal numbers and pasting it in where you need it.
|Bright Pink||#FC0FC0||(252, 15, 192)|
|Ruby||#E0115F||(224, 17, 95)|
|Ultra Pink||#FF6FFF||(255, 111, 255)|
|Thulian||#DE6FA1||(222, 111, 161)|
|Magenta||#FF0090||(255, 0, 144)|
|Rose Pink||#FF66CC||(255, 102, 204)|
|Lavender||#FBAED2||(251, 174, 210)|
|Creamy Pink||#FF69B4||(255, 105, 180)|
|Fuchsia||#FF00FF||(255, 0, 255)|
|French Rose||#F64A8A||(246, 74, 138)|
|Cerise||#DE3163||(222, 49, 99)|
|Carnation||#FFA6C9||(255, 166, 201)|
|Brick||#FB607F||(251, 96, 127)|
|Amaranth||#F19CBB||(241, 156, 187)|
|Taffy||#F987C5||(249, 135, 197)|
|Bubble Gum||#FE5BAC||(254, 91, 172)|
|Hot Pink||#F81894||(248, 24, 148)|
|Punch||#EC5578||(236, 85, 120)|
|Lemonade||#FDB9C8||(253, 185, 200)|
|Flamingo||#FCA3B7||(252, 163, 183)|
Salmon Pink can be found on the red color codes page.
You can find more pink color names on our color thesaurus.
Pastel to pow, pink covers it all!
Pink is a popular color for feminine businesses, like cosmetics. Or sweets, like baked goods, candy, or ice cream. Baskin-Robbins, anyone?
But even a tech company like T-Mobile uses a dark magenta! If you’re considering pink for branding, pick the right one with this advice on how to choose business colors.
You can also learn more about what it means if pink is your favorite color.
I hope you found the perfect pink above, but if you need different hues I can add these by request:
- Persian Pink
- Cherry Blossom Pink
- Cotton Candy Pink
- Ballet Slippers
- Coral Pink
- Rose Quartz
Let me know if you need more in a comment.
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To learn more about this color, check out the pink color meanings.