Satin fabric is a fabric that is known for its luxurious feel. It is woven using a special method where four or more weft yarns are woven over a single warp yarn and this gives the characteristic sheen to satin fabric. Fabrics created from satin weaves are more flexible, with better draping characteristics than plain weaves, allowing them to be formed around compound curves, which is useful in carbon-fiber composites manufacturing. In a satin weave, the fill yarn passes over multiple warp yarns before interlacing under one warp yarn. Common satin weaves are. One more reason is because satin fabrics are so closely woven they disperse body heat when touched because of the surface to surface dynamics causing it to feel very cool to the touch making it a very unique fabric. Also satin is related to being elegant and luxurious. Satin sheets have a silky feeling that is cool to the touch, while cotton sheets are often heavier and coarser. Like luxury silk sheets, satin has a tendency to feel smooth from the minute you put them on the bed.
Red is a primary color, so you cannot create it by mixing any other color. The red is the color most associated with courage.It is best combination of Red saree with Black Blouse. As a ray of white sunlight travels through the atmosphere to the eye, some of the colors are scattered out of the beam by air molecules and airborne particles due to Rayleigh scattering, changing the final color of the beam that is seen. Colors with a shorter wavelength, such as blue and green, scatter more strongly, and are removed from the light that finally reaches the eye. At sunrise and sunset, when the path of the sunlight through the atmosphere to the eye is longest, the blue and green components are removed almost completely, leaving the longer wavelength orange and red light. The remaining reddened sunlight can also be scattered by cloud droplets and other relatively large particles, which give the sky above the horizon its red glow.