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Colour of Your Underwear Reveals What Sort of Lover You Are


Next time you go shopping for underwear, give some thought to what colour you choose.
The colour of a woman's lingerie, it appears, tells you what sort of a lover she is, a psychologist has revealed.
Red means you're not shy but if you opt for pink, you would never take the lead - white is for willing learners.
The poll found 72% of women now opt for nude or flesh toned lingerie when shopping shunning the classic white and black briefs or fancy lacey sets.  It seems celebrities may be responsible for the change in taste of lingerie.


  • Nude: Relaxed, with nothing to hide
  • Red: Passionate, energetic and driven
  • Pink: Romantic, gentle and in need of affection
  • Black: Powerful but sultry
  • White: Innocent, but open to suggestion

Expert Donna Dawson drew up her list after a poll for laundry experts Dr Beckmann found almost three quarters of women now opt for 'nude' underwear - which means they have 'nothing to hide'.
Dawson said: 'Colours at the warm end of the spectrum (red, orange, yellow), create feelings of excitement and vitality, and can actually raise our blood pressure heartbeat and breathing rate.'
Dawson said: ' A nude or flesh-coloured bra denotes a personality that is natural, easy-going, down-to-earth and transparent. This woman is relaxed, with nothing to hide.'
'A red bra denotes a personality that is passionate, energetic, dramatic and driven.
'This woman is not shy about asking for what she wants. Her moodiness and need for drama are also part of her allure."
"A pink bra denotes a personality that is romantic and gentle and in need of affection. She is feminine, sensuous and would never take the lead."
'A black bra denotes a personality that is individualistic and powerful, as well as sultry. This woman has subtle charms and is deeply passionate.'
'A white bra denotes a personality that is innocent but open-to-suggestion. A woman who opts for a white bra is usually a willing learner.'