Ruby, Scarlet, Vermilion, Auburn, Burgundy, Cardinal, Maroon, Crimson, Brick, Raspberry, Chestnut, Lava, Mahogany, etc.
It is easy to feel overpowered when using too much red, especially highly saturated hues. Like candy red makeup, a little goes a long way and a lot negates its benefit all together. It is the color of blood and can remind people of violence or serious accidents. Red is the color of Satan, sin, the red lit districts that promote them. It is the color of warning labels, stop signs and emergency sirens.
Vermilion, Persimmon, Persian, Bittersweet Shimmer, Peach, Alloy, Tangerine, Pumpkin, Naranja, Orange Peel, etc.
Because Orange shares so many similarities to red, it can come off as a weak substitute for red, and seem cheap or tacky. It is also the color of road construction and can arouse feelings of annoyance. Of all the warm colors, orange is the least associated with summer, often used to signal fall and back to school. Orange is also the color of prison wear.
Amber, School Bus Yellow, Saffron, Mustard, Jasmine, Gold, Aureolin, Cream, Goldenrod, Lemon Chiffon, etc.
Through the middle ages, yellow indicated honor and loyalty, although in more modern times, yellow has come to represent cowardice and even deceit. Yellow can also be associated with loss, as seen in war ribbons, and danger, although not as strongly as red. Like red, yellow can be associated with anger and loss of one’s temper.