Color Mix to Make Black?

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The colors to mix to make black include all the primary colors on the color wheel. The primary colors are red, yellow, and blue. Mixing equal parts of these will produce the color of black. If the colors are not mixed equally they result will be a more brown color. Most often people mix food coloring to make black for frosting. Black frosting often dyes a persons mouth and fingers. It is not recommended to mix wall paints yourself and should be done by a professional to make sure the proper color is achieved.
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