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Registered: ‎04-26-2010
Why do the hosts/vendors have to rename all the colors of items? Just say the name and moveon please.
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I don't understand what you're referencing.....often they describe colors, which is useful for potential buyers.....
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Sometimes the colors assigned by the Q don't exactly represent the true color of an item. I think that the hosts sometime compare the Q color to a color that the item closely resembles to help the customer understand what he or she is getting.

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Some of the color names that the Q uses are not helpful.

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On 9/14/2014 Bird mama said:

Sometimes the colors assigned by the Q don't exactly represent the true color of an item. I think that the hosts sometime compare the Q color to a color that the item closely resembles to help the customer understand what he or she is getting.

I think so too Bird Mama.Most of the hosts try to help out w describing & comparing colors (:

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Registered: ‎03-09-2010

There so many various shades/hues of each color - I think you can to be creative in naming them. I like when they name a color ink or eclipse or midnight rather than dark blue. Cider or luggage rather than tan.

I'm able to manage my color coordinating just fine the way things are.