When asked about color choices by both men and women their opinion varies from one another. Their thoughts on one color may not match at all. Even discussing and choosing a red color is not the same as they see the same color but in different ways. Men and women see things in different ways, it is a universal truth.
Maybe this is a reason that there is always a mismatch in observing things. Women have greater choices over things compared to men. Men do not have an expanded choice as their distinguishing perceptions are over limited things. While women like to see things in an elaborative manner. Hues of colors can easily be distinguished by the eyes of a female. A man can hardly differentiate in a few colors.
Visuals in Dark Ranges of Colors between men and women
When focusing on dark ranges of colors, the female eyes are easily able to check and find the different types of changes of any one color. It can be a brown color or a dark shaded red, with blends and hues. Visuals of women can understand the mixes and blends. Lesser to least differences can be picked by a female.
But when asked men, they can hardly understand the minor changes or blends in the colors. As per the percentage of mixed gradients in the red, yellow, or green the gradations can be less identified by men. The changes in yellow or orange are hardly picked by them, as they find it all the same. So, women who ask to choose the color for their dress or lipstick may not find men smart to choose the appropriate one for them.
As asking with lesser gradation in color blends in orange mixed with a bit of yellow or white respectively can hardly be identified by men. As male’s eyes can only identify the orange color, not the blends. It is not possible for women to take the unexpected response from their men when matters to choosing colors.
So, it is always better to ask a woman about the variations and choices when it matters to colors. They will realize the need and the difference to respond effectively.
Any biological reason for the differences
The effect of gender works on the choices and identification of colors and their depth. Few believe that testosterone is responsible for the visual difference but there are researches going on to support the fact. Therefore any biological response may be present, not confirmed. The testosterone receptors are responsible for developing the images. Colors in brighter hues are identified by men, but a female is able to check both the darker shades as well as brighter shades.
A longer wavelength sensitive to L cones is required for men to experience the color changes. Female visuals make them more creative to work with colors and designs. The longer wavelength visions enable men to see colors in limited variations compared to women. When asked to choose colors, the choice difference ensures that women may see the grasses greener than men can observe just green.