Two parts red, one part each of blue and violet, and white can be used to provide the desired brightness to create hot pink. The colour hot pink is made up of primary and secondary colours, which are hues blended from the red, blue, and yellow primary colours.
To create varied shades of pink, painters generally combine paint colours in slightly different ways. Today’s colour systems use HEX codes, sRGB coordinates, CYMK coordinates, and HSV coordinates to identify standard colour assignations to every conceivable colour combination. Any colour coordinate system has coordinates that describe the proportions of red, blue, and yellow in colour wheels, tables, and squares.